FROM THE SEMINARIES: SBTS adds Irving, Presley to faculty; SWBTS changes provide ‘wider opening’ for doctoral students
SBTS adds Justin A. Irving and Stephen O. Presley to faculty; SWBTS changes will result in 'wider opening' for doctoral students.
SBC DIGEST: NAMB evangelism kits free for pastors; SWBTS offers fully online worship degree; Illinois church building burns
NAMB evangelism kits now free for pastors; Southwestern offers renewed, fully online worship leadership degree; Fire guts Illinois church building.
FROM THE STATES: New Georgia COO is former Send Relief president; Arkansas camp staff take new positions
Former NAMB Send Relief president is new Georgia Baptist COO; Three resign from Arkansas Baptists' Camp Siloam to pursue other opportunities.
JACKSON, Miss. (BP) -- The Baptist Record will cease printing after 143 years, going fully digital and free of charge on its own website, according to editor William H. Perkins Jr. "There came a time when the last buggy repair shop in Mississippi had to close, because the need for horse-drawn carriages had passed," Perkins said. "As automobiles were to horse-drawn carriages in another era, the internet has brought tremendous change to the news industry, both religious and secular."
FROM THE SEMINARIES: SEBTS to nominate Whitfield provost; MBTS disburses CARES Act funds; NOBTS archaeology recognized
Whitfield to be nominated SEBTS provost; MBTS disburses CARES Act funds; Despite canceled season, NOBTS excavation recognized.
Florence Littauer remembered for ministry of encouragement and hope; Family Research Council welcomes Bob Fu as senior fellow for international religious freedom.
SBC DIGEST: Liberty sues NY Times for defamation; Associational leaders release book; Team named to find North Carolina exec
Liberty University sues NY Times for defamation; Associations' 'future is bright,' SBCAL book says; N.C. board president appoints team to find next state exec.
Louisiana Baptist leaders urge mask wearing and fasting; North Carolina's Chowan University renames Helms Center.
SBC DIGEST: Background checks essential for reopening kids ministries; Louisiana College to hold in-person classes
Background checks essential part of reopening kids ministries; Louisiana College to hold in-person classes, precautions include 14-day quarantine for students.
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Gateway buildings close under renewed lockdowns; Spurgeon College announces bachelor’s program updates
Gateway buildings close as California governor orders renewed lockdowns; Spurgeon College announces BA program updates in history, communications.