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Prof & wife utilize summer to nurture Glorieta workers

GLORIETA, N.M.(BP)–When Mike Thompson was asked to lead a new summer staff program at Glorieta, a LifeWay Conference Center, he first looked at his calendar and discovered he had nothing planned. The lack of planned activity is unusual for this Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary professor who generally carries a heavy load of speaking engagements. […]

‘Older sister’ exhorts collegians to embrace ‘who we are in Christ’

GLORIETA, N.M.(BP)–Referring to herself as an “older sister”, Ellen Black encouraged college students to continue on the journey of faith even through the tough times. Black, vice president of EQUIP, a nonprofit Christian organization devoted to equipping leaders to serve the church, led a conference titled, “Jesus Loves Me: Accepting Who We Are In Christ,” […]

Collegians take evangelism to the streets of Santa Fe

REVISED March 18, 2009. SANTA FE, N.M. (BP)–As rain and hail poured from the skies over Glorieta, a LifeWay Conference Center, more than 70 college students boarded vans for a ride into Santa Fe and an afternoon of street ministry. The college students were attending Collegiate Week at Glorieta and had an afternoon of free […]

Devotions, Bible study add to new B&H Revelation translation

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)–With the help Kendell Easley, Broadman & Holman has released the newest section of the Holman Christian Standard Bible. The book, “Living with the End in Sight,” combines the complete text of Revelation from the HCSB translation with a two-page devotion for each chapter. The devotions are written by Easley, chairman of the […]

Summer camps provide activities, nurture friendships, build faith

RIDGECREST, N.C. (BP)–Lake Ridgecrest shimmered under the morning sunlight as campers woke to the sound of revelry and the smell of breakfast. It’s the start of a new day filled with activities and fun for the boys of Camp Ridgecrest. Across the road, the girls of Camp Crestridge are rising and shining too. Shouting good […]

Little-known people from Bible stories fill children’s ‘Hidden Treasures’ books

NEW ORLEANS (BP)–From a consultant and college professor to a columnist and a children’s author, Mary Manz Simon has reached a lot of audiences. This time her target is children, ages 4-8, and her subject is little-known Bible characters. Despite the huge success of the fantasy-filled Harry Potter books, Simon likes using real people with […]

Smaller church pastors receive LifeWay pastor-staff honors

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)–George Miller, pastor of Magna View Baptist Church in Talbott, Tenn., and John Ryan, pastor of Summit Community Church in St. Charles, Mo., have been honored as outstanding smaller church pastors of the year by the pastor-staff leadership department at LifeWay Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention. Miller was honored during the […]

Couple touched by FAITH say others ‘need someone to come’

ORLANDO, Fla. (BP)–When Sonya Stearnes knocked on the door of Jim and Susie Napier’s house during a FAITH team visit, she expected an uneventful discussion. Instead, the Napiers listened intently as Sonya led them through the FAITH outline. When she finished, Jim accepted Christ and Susie renewed her faith. During the awareness luncheon for the […]

Words can keep people in bondage, Elliff warns at ministers’ luncheon

ORLANDO, Fla. (BP)--Words can inflict wounds that keep people in bondage for years, Tom Elliff told more than 1,100 persons attending the Wounded Ministers-LeaderCare luncheon June 12 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.