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FIRST-PERSON: From Adrian Rogers to Millennials who count the cost

Andrew Walker, a Millennial who hadn't been born when Adrian Rogers was elected as president of the Southern Baptist Convention, assesses the costs Millennials face in holding to a biblical faith.

COOPERATING FOR THE GOSPEL Churches Embrace, Highlight Cooperative Program

Northeast Church, Braselton, Georgia Russ Harbin, pastor of Northeast Church in Braselton, Georgia, came to see the importance of the Cooperative Program through the merger of two churches into the one he currently pastors. Harbin became pastor of Hoschton Baptist in Braselton in January 2010. Located just down the road was Zion Baptist Church, a […]

Dockery: Calvinism has roots in SBC history

CRESTWOOD, Ky. (BP) -- Calvinism isn't a recent phenomenon in Southern Baptist life but instead has deep roots in its history, Union University President David S. Dockery said Saturday (Aug. 4) at a conference on the issue.

Dockery: Calvinism has roots in SBC history

CRESTWOOD, Ky. (BP) -- Calvinism isn't a recent phenomenon in Southern Baptist life but instead has deep roots in its history, Union University President David S. Dockery said Saturday (Aug. 4) at a conference on the issue.

CP Booth to Express Appreciation, Show Support, Highlight “Many Faces” of SBC

    The Southern Baptist Convention’s mission work, ethnic diversity, and vast network of cooperation will be on display at a fifteen hundred square foot Cooperative Program booth in the exhibit hall at this year’s annual meeting in New Orleans. On a platform stage area, visitors to the CP booth will see approximately thirty interviews […]

Central Baptist Church: Model Church, not Mega-Church

Central Baptist Church has been a vital component of its neighborhood since its founding in 1950. And its impact for God's Kingdom has proven immeasurable.

FIRST-PERSON: CBF — Yesterday’s moderates are today’s ‘conservatives’

Columnist Andrew Walker says a CBF-sponsored conference on sexuality was an example of what happens when Scripture's clear teachings and clarity are subjected to competing authorities.

Gay issue major theme of CBF-sponsored conf.

DECATUR, Ga. (BP) -- Despite conference organizers' best attempts to keep the Baptist Conference on Sexuality & Covenant focused on broader issues April 19-21, the conversation often centered on the topic of homosexuality.

Speaker: Avoid ‘proof texts’ for sexual ethics

DECATUR, Ga. (BP) -- A highly anticipated conference sponsored by moderate Baptists on the topic of sexuality kicked off its first day on Thursday (April 19) with conference attendees hearing speakers discuss the issue of sexual identity and how to discern "new understandings" of authority.

Mohler warns of gay ‘marriage’ consequences

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) — Two prominent Southern Baptists discussed the consequences of same-sex “marriage” at a biennial conference, warning that Christians will face increasing difficulties as the culture changes. R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., was interviewed by Washington, D.C. pastor Mark Dever about the cultural impact of […]