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FIRST-PERSON: An embarrassing prayer

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Chuck Kelley, president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, sees confession of sin -- by Christians -- as a missing key to spiritual awakening. It's an "embarrassing prayer" to acknowledge that "I still have a problem with sin, as does my church and my nation," Kelley writes. Even so: "Praying an embarrassing prayer is much preferred to living an embarrassing life."

Looming senior adult revolution to impact nation

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Something is happening that you may not have noticed. If you have noticed it, you may not fully appreciate its significance. It will affect you. It will affect your church. It will affect the whole nation. What's happening is a senior adult revolution.

FIRST-PERSON: Evangelism — a daily walk with Jesus

New Orleans Seminary President Chuck Kelley, noting how a relationship with Jesus empowers personal evangelism, writes, "If you are walking with Him, you will find yourself talking about Him."

FIRST-PERSON: Small is the ‘new big’

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Chuck Kelley, president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, notes that 90 percent of Southern Baptists' 46,000-plus churches have less than 250 people in Sunday worship. Southern Baptists' future, Kelley writes, "will be determined by how well we nurture our small churches and enhance their fruitfulness."

FIRST-PERSON: The joy of Gospel-driven prayer

With an eye on the election, columnist and seminary president Chuck Kelley underscores the significance -- and joy -- of praying.

FIRST-PERSON: The joy of Gospel-driven prayer

With an eye on the election, columnist and seminary president Chuck Kelley underscores the significance -- and joy -- of praying.

FIRST-PERSON: Geaux Saints! (& come Holy Spirit)

NEW ORLEANS (BP)--I often think these days of 1 John 4:4, "Greater is He that is in you than he that is in the world."

Landrum Leavell: ‘second to none’

NEW ORLEANS (BP)--In the summer of 1975, my wife and I were finishing college and preparing for a move to seminary.