COCHRANE, Alberta, Canada (BP)--It’s one of the first of its kind in North America and is poised to bring education to those in ministry across the continent and beyond.
COCHRANE, Alberta, Canada (BP)--Richard Blackaby, president of Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary, has begun a weblog providing reflections and devotionals for readers on a regular basis.
COCHRANE, Alberta, Canada (BP)--Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary graduated its largest class on May 8, granting diplomas to 24 graduates from seven different countries.
Mike McGough, preaching professor at Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary and a chaplain among Canadian ranchers, joins in a 60-plus-mile cattle drive into Cochrane, Alberta.
McGough is a chaplain for the Alberta Cattlemen's Fellowship, a group of Christian ranchers, cattle buyers, farmers and rodeo performers seeking to carry the Gospel to their colleagues in and around the ranching industry.
"The ranching community is tough to reach," McGough said. "These people are out on ranches that aren't anywhere near a church."
COCHRANE, Alberta, Canada (BP)--As he and his wife stood outside a framing shop, waiting in the bitter Canadian cold, Richard Blackaby said he came to understand a picture of why Christians can get frustrated in their walk with God.
Anita Taillon (left), Mike Blackaby and Laura Cruikshank are all children of Canadian Southern Baptist leaders. The three began classes at Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary this fall. Photo by Doy Cave
This year at Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary, three of those future leaders are responding to God's call into the ministry. They are Mike Blackaby, son of Richard Blackaby, seminary president; Laura Cruikshank, daughter of Mel Cruikshank, Baptist Student Ministries leader at the University of Calgary; and Anita Taillon, daughter of Gerry Taillon, the Canadian Convention of Southern Baptists' National Ministry Leader.
COCHRANE, ALBERTA (BP)--If Jesus needed a special anointing of the Holy Spirit beyond his being born into the Spirit, then ministers shouldn't dare enter into the ministry unless the Holy Spirit has enabled them to do so, Henry Blackaby said.
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--Obedience to God doesn't guarantee the blessings of God, said New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary President Chuck Kelley.
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--As the one-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks approaches, two New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary music professors have penned songs that remind America it can only find hope and safety in Jesus Christ.
ANGOLA, La. (BP)--What was once known as America's bloodiest prison will now be known as a missionary-sending agency.