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The Lord’s Day ~ Rest, Reflection, and Recognition of Our Lord

Though Southern Baptists have a wide array of practices they view as acceptable for Lord’s Day activities, certain commonalities are clearly embraced.

CP seeds yield fruit in Central America

GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala (BP)–When Paul Bell, a Southern Baptist missionary to Panama, started venturing into several Central American countries in the mid-1940s, he may not have envisioned the fruit that would result from taking the Gospel into pioneer areas such as Guatemala. More than 60 years later, those seeds, supplied through the sacrificial giving of […]

GER strengthens SBC ties in Guatemala

GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala (BP)--Noteworthy returns for the Great Commission more than justify the efforts and energies of the Southern Baptist Convention's Global Evangelical Relations initiative, as Garry Eudy sees it.

Global Evangelical Relations

  The massive Great Commission returns more than justify the investment of efforts and energies through the SBC’s Global Evangelical Relations (GER) initiative, according to Garry Eudy. Eudy, a retired IMB missionary and pastor, believes the results from GER strategist Bobby Welch’s efforts in Guatemala over the last three years clearly demonstrate GER’s Great Commission […]

Calvinism ~ Southern Baptist Perspectives

It is no secret that, over the last thirty years, the presence and influence of Calvinism has grown within the Southern Baptist Convention.

Sinners ~ In Desperate Need of a Savior

The question for us is, "Why was it necessary for Christ to come and to die?" — which brings us back to the matter of sin.

Rejoice … Regardless!

"At this defining moment, change has come to America." Upon hearing those words from President-elect Barak Obama the evening he was elected to serve as this nation's 44th president, it struck me that he was absolutely correct. November 4, 2008, was indeed a defining moment in our nation's history, and indeed change has come. I […]

When Christians fail to vote

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Evangelicals have a pitiful record when it comes to voting.

God’s Passion and Compassion for the Abused: Observations from Isaiah 1:17

Click to download PDF Seek justice, encourage the oppressed. Defend the cause of the fatherless, plead the case of the widow (Isaiah 1:17 NIV). The tragedy of child abuse needs no magnification, but it is indeed magnified when God's people do not take appropriate action to prevent it, or worse, if they fail to take […]

When God’s people fail to vote

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Evangelicals have a pitiful record when it comes to voting.