NEW ORLEANS (BP)–“When we come to the table of the Lord, we need to bring our problems, fears, heartache and brokenness and encounter the living God to be healed and made whole,” Robert Webber said during a Renew Your Worship workshop at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary May 4. “We need to recover a sense […]
NEW ORLEANS (BP)–New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary’s Institute for Church Health has completed its first Purposeful Interims pilot program, awarding certificates to 16 men trained to help churches “approach interim periods with purpose rather than tying a knot and holding on,” said director Randy Millwood. A multi-phase training seminar, the Purposeful Interims program equips qualified […]
NEW ORLEANS (BP)-“When we walk out of our homes, we’re pulled by society in the exact opposite direction of the Bible’s standard,” said Tommy Bowden during a chapel service March 5 at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. “Too many fathers have divorced themselves from spiritual leadership of the family,” said Bowden, head coach of Tulane […]
NEW ORLEANS (BP)–“When the Lion of Judah sweeps us off our feet, all we have is the cross of Christ,” said Danny Wuerffel, quarterback for the New Orleans Saints football team, during a Dec. 2 chapel service at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.Winner of the 1996 Heisman as college football’s top player, Wuerffel frequently has […]
"I think God has called us to minister to all people and we can't leave anyone out," medical missionaries with the Home Mission Board (now the North American Mission Board) told students and faculty at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Their presentation focused on support ministries for people seeking freedom from homosexuality, families of homosexuals, […]
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--What do a man selling shrimp on the roadside, a woman starting her shift at work and a man cleaning out his car have in common?
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--When Fred Loper saw his first patient with AIDS in 1985, he never imagined how the disease would impact the lives of Southern Baptists, churches, missions and health care.
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--"I think God has called us to minister to all people and we can't leave anyone out," a medical missionary with the Southern Baptist Convention Home Mission Board told students and faculty at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary during a presentation focusing on support ministries for people seeking freedom from homosexuality, families of homosexuals and people with HIV/AIDS and their families.
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--Terms surrounding HIV/AIDS can sometimes seem confusing to people outside health care professions, thus this glossary of words used in connection with HIV/AIDS to help make sense of the terms.
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--"How can I make it through another day?"