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Veteran pediatrician: Love & discipline yield happier homes

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--After almost a decade as a pediatrician, William Slonecker had heard it all -- the medical questions about kids with colic and strep throat and an array of other queries from anxious parents wondering about this or that symptom.

Larry Burkett’s last book aptly named ‘Wealth to Last’

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Financial expert's last book

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--"Wealth to Last," a money management guide for those 50 and over, is the last book written by the late Larry Burkett and co-author Ron Blue.
      Burkett, who died in July 2003, was the founder and president of Christian Financial Concepts, now known as Crown Financial Ministries, and talk show host for "Money Matters" and "How to Manage Your Money." His ministry also extended to more than 50 books, including "The Coming Economic Earthquake," "Your Finances in Changing Times" and "The Financial Planning Workbook."

Gary Chapman marriage book underscores biblical covenant

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--To most people, a contract sounds like a fine way to strike a deal.

Chuck Colson’s life, transformation chronicled in new bio

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--The Washington Post called him "Nixon's Hatchet Man."

New Oliver North novel combines intrigue, unrest in Mid-East

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Tensions boil among top Middle Eastern powers in former National Security Council staffer Oliver North's new novel, "The Jericho Sanction."

Team shares World Cup witness with hard-to-reach Japanese

FUCHU, Japan (BP)--You can't borrow city hall in Fuchu, just outside Tokyo, to hold a crusade, but ask for a soccer field and provide Christian players, and you're on.

Japan missionaries trade pins, share God’s love during World Cup

YOKOHAMA, Japan (BP)--Ron Capps has found the hottest thing on the streets during the World Cup soccer games in Japan -- trading pins.

Southern Baptists reach out to rowdy World Cup fans in Japan

TOKYO (BP)--Normally tidy Japan is packed with rowdy soccer fans for the World Cup, and Southern Baptist International Mission Board missionaries are joining the party with good news -- the gospel of Jesus Christ.

International Church Planting:

All over the world, new Christians and new churches are multiplying in number — and changing the face of Southern Baptist missions in the process. Consider two facts gleaned from Southern Baptist missionary reports on the year just past: • Three church-planting movements played a major role in fueling a 37.4 percent increase in the […]

Worldwide, church-planting movements catching like wildfire

      RICHMOND, Va. (BP)--All over the world, new Christians and new churches are multiplying in number -- and changing the face of Southern Baptist missions in the process.
      Consider two facts gleaned from Southern Baptist missionary reports on the year just past:
      -- Three church-planting movements played a major role in fueling a 37.4 percent increase in the total number of new churches over 1999.
      -- In East Asia, baptisms among just one people group exploded with 114,000 in one year. Just eight years ago, only 85 Christians and three churches existed in the province.