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Indiana Baptists’ new exec is Stephen Davis of Texas

INDIANAPOLIS (BP)--The State Convention of Baptists in Indiana's executive board has voted unanimously to call Stephen P. Davis, a Texas pastor and Indiana native, as the convention's next executive director/treasurer.

Indiana convention to launch partnership in eastern Ukraine

INDIANAPOLIS (BP)--Two hundred forty-five messengers, representing 103 churches, and 118 guests attended the 44th annual meeting of the State Convention of Baptists in Indiana -- a 40 percent increase over 2001's attendance.

Southern Baptists honor Sullivans for 12 years of service in Ind.

INDIANAPOLIS (BP)--Charles W. Sullivan and his wife, Delilah, were honored Oct. 29 by leaders from across the Southern Baptist Convention and Indiana for their 12 years of service in the state.

Charles Sullivan to retire as Indiana exec in May 2003

INDIANAPOLIS (BP)--Charles W. Sullivan, executive director/treasurer for the State Convention of Baptists in Indiana, announced his retirement during a called staff meeting Sept. 11. His resignation comes after 11 years of service to the SCBI as executive director.

FIRST-PERSON: True liberty

INDIANAPOLIS (BP)--In the mid-1700s the American colonists grew increasingly frustrated at the level of intrusion in their lives on the part of the British government. They were taxed too much. They were subject to the government at its whim, whether that meant housing British troops in their homes or forfeiting their property for the benefit of the crown. They decided to do something about it. For more than a decade they actively resisted the rule of the British in a number of ways. Then, on July 4, 1776, they seceded from the British Empire and established themselves as a cooperating confederation of 13 independent states. They chose liberty. But it came with a high price tag.

…I Also Know Some of Our Missionaries

In January, International Mission Board President Jerry Rankin sent a letter to each of the more than 5,000 Southern Baptist missionaries asking them to sign an affirmation of the 2000 Baptist Faith and Message. Since Southern Baptist missionaries have been required to affirm our convention's statement of belief for decades, one would think this bit […]

FIRST-PERSON: ‘I also know some of our missionaries’

INDIANAPOLIS (BP)--In January, International Mission Board President Jerry Rankin sent a letter to each of the more than 5,000 Southern Baptist missionaries asking them to sign an affirmation of the 2000 Baptist Faith & Message. Since Southern Baptist missionaries have been required to affirm our convention's statement of belief for decades, one would think this bit of housekeeping would have gone relatively unnoticed.

Sullivan honored for 10 years of service to Ind. Baptists

OSCEOLA, Ind. (BP)--The State Convention of Baptists in Indiana held its first-ever meeting in the northeast part of the state Oct. 30-31 at New Life Baptist Church in Osceola.

Ind. Baptists embrace SBC on beliefs, CP, seminaries

MARION, Ind. (BP)–Indiana Baptists affirmed their stand with the Southern Baptist Convention’s Baptist Faith and Message statement of beliefs, the Cooperative Program and the SBC’s six seminaries during their Oct. 24-25 meeting at Sunnycrest Baptist Church, Marion. In the first of three bylaws changes, the SCBI adopted the BFM as its own expression of faith, […]

WMU, women’s ministry leaders find common mission in Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS (BP)--The Esther Project, a one-time event for women sensing God's call to ministry in their churches held Oct. 7 at Indiana's Highland Lakes Baptist Camp, was the culmination of more than two years of work.