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FIRST-PERSON: Forgotten former seminarians

College professor Bryan Cribb reflects on former seminarians no longer in full-time ministry. "Being a 'full-time' disciple of Christ," he writes, "is just as important as being a 'full-time' vocational minister."

FIRST-PERSON: Same-sex marriage & the pro-life example

ANDERSON, S.C. (BP) -- No issue flummoxes and frustrates evangelicals in today's culture wars more than homosexuality.

FIRST-PERSON: Pastors, help your people ‘live’ in the text

Columnist and professor Bryan Cribb says he has learned church members get more from a sermon when he tells them in detail about the biblical context and helps the text come "alive."

FIRST-PERSON: Pastors, help your people ‘live’ in the text

Columnist and professor Bryan Cribb says he has learned church members get more from a sermon when he tells them in detail about the biblical context and helps the text come "alive."

FIRST-PERSON: Linsanity, Tebow-mania & the evangelistic witness

Jeremy Lin and Tim Tebow represent an exciting new era of Christian athletes who are unashamed and grounded in the historic faith, says columnist and university professor Bryan Cribb.

God Blesses the Church That Strives to Bless The World

It was an uncertainty that faces anyone with a possible call to missions. What will happen to those left back home? As a young minister with a passion for missions who was considering the Journeyman program with the International Mission Board, Stephen Swofford faced the difficult dilemma. His father had just suffered a heart attack, […]

Boyce College evangelism teams carry Gospel into community

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)--Megan Stephens had just finished sharing the Gospel with a student at the University of Louisville, when another conversation caught her attention.

‘Pastornator’ goes off-road & online with the Gospel

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Southern Seminary student Guy Fredrick drives his Ford Explorer off the beaten path to reach adventure seekers who stay in contact via Internet forums. Photo courtesy of Southern Seminary
LOUISVILLE, Ky.(BP)--Guy Fredrick’s idea of fun may seem strange to some. He enjoys “breaking” his truck on rocks, spinning his tires in several feet of sludge, and slipping, sliding and smashing on deserted, impassable trails.
    For most people, this might seem more like an impending insurance claim than “fun.” But for Fredrick, his weekend off-roading jaunts are not only his hobby; they have become a means of reaching an unreached people group -- the unconventional “off-roading” community of America.

‘God blesses the church that tries to bless the world,’ M.E. Dodd honoree says

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--It was an uncertainty that faces anyone with a possible call to missions. What will happen to those left back home?

Seminarian-led clothes closet touching inner-city lives

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)--A hot lunch and a pair of jeans, some spaghetti and a coat for winter.