NASHVILE (BP) – As we approach the 20th anniversary of 9/11, three Southern Baptists leaders who held significant leadership roles on Sept. 11, 2001, help us remember that infamous day and consider its impact on the Southern Baptist Convention and our world.
"Seeing and trusting God's purpose through difficulty is one of the greatest joys and freedoms of the Christian life," Jill Waggoner, a mother of two, writes. "I pray for the day that my children know and embrace this truth in their own hearts."
ORLANDO, Fla. (BP)--Immigration is "an important issue that has reached a critical phase," Richard Land told members of the National Hispanic Fellowship of Southern Baptist Churches June 13.
CLEVELAND, Ga. (BP)–An individual’s right to religious expression is a “sacred zone” that no other man should breach, Richard Land said March 4 at Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland, Ga. Addressing the chapel audience at the Georgia Baptist Convention-affiliated school, Land focused on the subject of religious liberty, past and present, which he called “Baptists’ peculiar […]
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)–The printing press, radio, television — with each of these revolutionary inventions, Christians used them to spread the Gospel. Today, believers of the same mind, but different era, are taking the message of Christ to social media such as Facebook, Twitter, blogs, podcasts, YouTube, Flickr, MySpace and the like. Facebook alone, which celebrated […]
MIAMI (BP)--With "John 3:16" written on top of his eye black, Tim Tebow led his Florida Gators to victory Jan. 8 against the Oklahoma Sooners in a 24-14 win in the BCS National Championship.