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FIRST-PERSON: The ‘quiet devastation’ of loneliness

In a world afflicted by loneliness, Jesus experienced it above all others, Don Hinkle writes, noting His presence with His followers: "The same Jesus who died on the cross for our sins is with us -- even in the deepest, darkest moments of our loneliness."

FIRST-PERSON: The reality of sin & Christian journalism

Christian journalists have a responsibility to report on sin in order to warn of its destructiveness and trumpet God's grace, The Pathway editor Don Hinkle says.

Key figure in Windermere battle dies

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (BP)–William R. “Bill” Jester, 63, a central figure in the ongoing legal battle involving the Missouri Baptist Convention and 941 disputed acres at Windermere Baptist Conference Center, died June 2 in Springfield, Mo., following a lengthy illness. Jester, a former vice president at Southwest Baptist University (SBU) in Bolivar, and the Missouri convention […]

Bott Radio blocks Driscoll, replaces segment mid-show

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (BP)--One of America's largest Christian radio networks interrupted one of its programs in mid-show because it featured the controversial Seattle, Wash., pastor Mark Driscoll.

FIRST-PERSON: Southern Baptists missing reasons for optimism?

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (BP)--On the eve of the 152nd annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) in Louisville, Ky., there is considerable handwringing underway over the future of America's largest evangelical denomination.

Amid speculation, Mo. Baptist board affirms exec’s leadership

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (BP)--After more than six hours of discussion in executive session Sept. 22, the Missouri Baptist Convention's Executive Board affirmed the MBC’s executive director, the chairman of the nominating committee and the works of that committee and all other MBC committees.

Missouri convention asks court to hold Windermere in contempt

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (BP)--Attorneys for the Missouri Baptist Convention (MBC) filed a motion June 16 asking the court to hold Windermere Baptist Conference Center in contempt of court because of continued logging operations in violation of the court’s June 1 injunction.

Conference center ordered to stop selling land, incurring debt

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (BP)-—A Missouri judge issued an injunction against Windermere Baptist Conference Center after a June 1 hearing to prohibit the breakaway Missouri Baptist Convention entity from selling more of its land, incurring additional debt or cutting more trees without court approval.

Tennessee pastor Jerry Sutton joins SBC pres. contest

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Jerry Sutton
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Tennessee pastor Jerry Sutton confirmed June 6 he will allow his name to be placed in nomination for president of the Southern Baptist Convention at its June 13-14 annual meeting in Greensboro, N.C.
      Sutton joins two other pastors -– Ronnie Floyd of First Baptist Church in Springdale, Ark., and Frank Page of First Baptist Church in Taylors, S.C. -- who will be nominated for the post.

Judge criticizes Windermere about unauthorized land sales

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (BP)--Cole County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Brown III started a hearing on May 9 by expressing strong displeasure that recent real estate transactions by the renegade Windermere Baptist Conference Center board of trustees occurred before the court rules on the board’s legal authority.