SBC DIGEST: Lifeway recognized for online store; Longtime Foundation employee dies; Churches repay PPP loans
Lifeway recognized on Newsweek’s Best Online Shops List; Longtime Southern Baptist Foundation employee Christine Bess dies; Some churches paid back PPP loans.
SBC DIGEST: NOBTS back on campus; MBTS to offer online live lectures; Billy Graham films available online
NOBTS and Leavell College resume in-person classes; Midwestern Seminary to offer online courses featuring live faculty lectures; Billy Graham videos now available on Answers TV.
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- Campbellsville University has begun an online chapel experience for students. The university's online chapel is believed to be the first of its kind in the online educational world.
ONTARIO, Calif. (BP) -- Gateway Seminary will become the first Southern Baptist seminary to offer all its master's degrees completely online in the fall of 2019. Approval to offer the final two degree programs online came from the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) on Feb. 15. "Having all of our master's degrees online means […]
[…] Trustees voted to approve three new teaching sites -– one for certificate training and two of doctoral studies. The Carroll-Montgomery Baptist Association office in Winona, Miss., was approved as a site for the biblical teaching certificate. The Arkansas Baptist State Convention building in Little Rock and Blue Mountain College in Mississippi were approved as […]
CLAREMORE, Okla. (BP) – For Joshua Clayton, talking to people about Jesus has always been a part of who he is, even while playing video games or creating online content.
McALLEN, Texas (BP) – Instead of being slowed down by limitations from the COVID-19 pandemic, BT.Church in Texas instead experienced an increased revival in part due to a revamping of its online ministry.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP) — Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, online worship services were a novel concept for many churches. In the almost two years since, however, churches have adapted and reached new people with the adoption of digital streaming.
[…] written about church websites being an unexpected “front door” to the church, but in the aftermath of the pandemic and near-universal adoption of video technology by churches, your online worship service is probably your new front door. For many, the first time they encounter your congregation will be through a video. Churches should plan for […]
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--As consumers in the United States shift increasingly to online banking and bill payment, their electronic financial habits are spilling over into the church.