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Kie Bowman

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FIRST-PERSON: The prayer assignment

GRAPEVINE, Texas (BP) – Southern Baptists believe in prayer. And while most of us readily admit our own prayer lives could improve, we are, nevertheless, a praying people. In June, in Nashville, Southern Baptists took another important step in affirming our dependence upon the power of prayer. We voted to give the SBC Executive Committee the “prayer assignment.”

FIRST-PERSON: Lighting an evangelistic passion in any church

AUSTIN, Texas (BP) -- My first pastorate, on a back road through the tobacco fields of Kentucky, had a church building with room for about 12 pews, four Sunday School classrooms and an old graveyard beside the church. 

FIRST-PERSON: The unfinished task

AUSTIN, Texas (BP) -- At Hyde Park Baptist Church, we are “rolling out the red carpet” for the 22nd annual meeting of the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention. This year our convention will look different, due to the challenges presented by COVID-19. We will observe the protocols of physical distancing and hand sanitizing, and we will encourage masks – but the convention will still be an excellent opportunity for our Southern Baptists of Texas churches to worship together, fellowship and accomplish our business.

FIRST-PERSON: A climate of change

Kie Bowman recounts how despite cultural upheaval, Southern Baptists came together to reach the world for Christ. "Southern Baptists have a history of choosing action," he says.

FIRST-PERSON: A Baptist woman in ministry

"The most influential Southern Baptist woman in ministry gave her life in service to Christ," pastor Kie Bowman says. "Is there another Lottie Moon in your youth group?"