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Graduation truly family affair for father & daughter seminarians

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--Like hundreds of other parents, Larry Cochran watched proudly as his daughter, Beth, walked across the stage to receive her master's degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in December.

Seminary grad returns to Indonesia determined to reach country for God

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–With the current turmoil in Indonesia, which includes worsening persecution of Christians, it would be hard to blame Victor Rembeth if he never returned home. Rembeth has not only returned to his native land, but in his current ministry position, intends to work to help heal the situation. When Rembeth earned his […]

Land warns of ‘greatest danger’ ahead for religious expression

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–The greatest danger to religious freedom in America is not violation of the First Amendment’s no-establishment clause but violation of the free exercise clause, said Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission. Land’s comments came in a debate with J. Brent Walker, executive director of the Baptist […]

Elvis’ stepbrother now evangelist, Rick Stanley, recounts testimony

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–When Rick Stanley talks about the day he was accepted into a royal family and saw his life radically changed, he’s not just talking about spiritual matters. Long before he became a child of the King, Stanley was the stepbrother of the man known as the “King of Rock and Roll.” When […]

Salt, not politics, should be focus of church, NT prof says

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–The Christianity of today will determine the Christian ethics of the twenty-first century, which means Christians need to focus less on politics and more on living as the salt of the earth, a professor said during the Pastors Conference at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Oct. 5-6. Christian ethics of the new century […]

Christians called to service, not survival, Reccord says

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–Ministers of the gospel are not called to survive; they are called to serve, said Bob Reccord, president of the Southern Baptist North American Mission Board, during a chapel at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 13. “God is going to mold you and shape you, and make you […]

Austin pastor encourages, challenges seminarians to re-examine, rededicate

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–Pointing to an epidemic of moral failures among pastors and other ministers, an Austin pastor challenged seminarians to re-examine what it takes to minister and asked them to rededicate themselves to following God’s call in their lives. The moral failures of pastors and ministers is so commonplace that “it doesn’t even surprise […]

47 students from as far away as Japan begin new Southwestern doctoral program

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–It’s 3 in the morning in Japan and also to Ron Capps’ body clock. But the Southern Baptist International Mission Board missionary to Japan is in the United States preparing for an evening of studying. “I am seriously in jet lag, and this is exhausting physically,” Capps said. “But spiritually, you might […]

Got Life!

People in a postmodern, relativistic world need to be asked, "got life?" – and shown evidence that Christianity is true – before they will turn to Jesus. A new evangelism tool, "got life?", is designed to make presenting and defending the gospel in a postmodern world more effective and simple. "This new system is designed […]

He seeks to reach fellow Chinese with music, comedy & testimony

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–He performs classic American pop songs with a smooth singing voice and can fill a room with contagious laughter. But Bill Huang’s nightclub-style one-man show is more than music and comedy. It is primarily a ministry through which Huang shares his Christian testimony, especially with lost people in China and Taiwan. In […]