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SBC of Virginia adds 41 churches; adopts $8.2M transition budget

HAMPTON, Va. (BP)--The Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia added 41 churches to its ranks and adopted an $8.2 million budget in its annual Bible conference and convention at Liberty Baptist Church, Hampton, Va., Oct. 9-10.

Six months a year, Chicago MD serves as a medical missionary

CHICAGO (BP)--Few Christian doctors make a personal sacrifice to serve Jesus the way Tina Slusher does.

Engaged in the Cultural War

Voices are being raised in our culture that say, 'Back away from the culture war. We've lost it. Just build our separate institutions. Have nothing any more to do with the culture,'" Charles Colson observed. "This is no time to turn away from the culture around us," countered the founder of Prison Fellowship in addressing […]

Puerto Rican seminarian relaying the new birth he found as a teen

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–Donned in his altar boy garb, 15-year-old Juan Sanchez stood ready to perform his duties during mass. The priest looked at all the altar boys and said, “‘One day, someone in this line will become a priest,’” recounted Sanchez, a master of divinity student at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. Two […]

‘Declare war on divorce,’ Rainey challenges SBC

ATLANTA (BP)–America is in trouble in large measure because its families are in “trouble — serious trouble,” said the man who spearheaded a full-page ad in USA Today last year of 131 evangelical leaders commending the Southern Baptist Convention’s statement on the family. Dennis Rainey, executive director and co-founder of the FamilyLife ministry division of […]

Stay in culture war, Colson urges, as man has ‘run out of options&#82

ATLANTA (BP)–“Voices are being raised in our culture that say, ‘Back away from the culture war. We’ve lost it. Just build our separate institutions. Have nothing any more to do with the culture,'” Charles Colson observed. “This is no time to turn away from the culture around us,” countered the founder of Prison Fellowship in […]

Mohler charges graduates to be ‘dangerous ministers’

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–A standing-room-only crowd packed into Southern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Alumni Chapel for the Louisville, Ky., institution’s 183rd commencement ceremony May 21. The seminary’s faculty conferred 148 degrees to graduates representing 28 states and 11 foreign countries. The graduates earned 13 types of degrees, ranging from the diploma in theology to the doctor of […]

‘Conviction, commitment’ reflected in faculty additions, Mohler

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–“‘No decision is more crucial for the church than the choice of a seminary professor,’” said Southern Baptist Theological Seminary President, R. Albert Mohler Jr., quoting theologian John Leith, author of a recent book on theological education. “‘Each seminary professor either increases or decreases the number of people who worship God each Sunday. […]

Southern Seminary trustees adopt $70 million campus master plan

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–Culminating four years of discussion, research and planning, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary President R. Albert Mohler Jr. unveiled April 20 a $70 million campus master plan of improvements and additions to the Louisville, Ky., institution’s facilities. Aging buildings, numerical growth, demographics, increasing library resources and utility questions were some reasons why the campus […]

Southern Seminary’s Honeycutt not fairing well after surgery

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–Roy L. Honeycutt, former president and chancellor of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, remains hospitalized after open heart surgery April 1 and is facing difficulties recovering, family members have acknowledged, asking for prayers on his behalf. In an April 13 letter Southern President R. Albert Mohler Jr. sent to staff, faculty and friends of […]