FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (BP)--Does God provide Christians with signs or does everything just occur by coincidence? Ty Bilderback doesn't believe in coincidence in regards to his recent donation of a kidney to Elizabeth English, 40, who has been diagnosed with a kidney disorder since 1982.
SALT LAKE CITY (BP)--The 2002 Winter Olympic officials did not realize the impact of "Light the Fire Within" as the motto of the Salt Lake City games, but that is exactly what thousands of Baptist volunteers from around the country wanted to do as they saturated the state of Utah with the gospel message.
Ten women from across Arkansas face-painted, balloon-sculpted, dressed like a moose, served coffee and hot chocolate plus much more as they shared the love of Jesus with the world around them at the games.
SALT LAKE CITY (BP)--Becoming the bodyguard for the president of a freedom fighter group would probably not lead the way to Jesus for most people. But that is how Dan Mamatela, pastor of Millcreek Baptist Church of Salt Lake City, became a Christian. This church opened its doors to the Arkansas Women on Mission Team as they ministered during the Olympics.
SALT LAKE CITY (BP)--Angela Wilkins, a Baptist volunteer sharing her faith during the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, spoke with a man who said he had grown up in church and knew all the Bible stories.