Intentional Evangelism at Houston Crossover
When Southern Baptists at every level cooperate to reach people for Christ, it’s always effective, said Darrell Robinson, a former pastor and evangelist from Texas. Continuing the tradition of evangelizing the host city of the SBC annual meeting, the pre-convention “Crossover Houston” effort provides opportunities for intentionally sharing the Gospel through block parties […]
‘Crossover Houston’: intentional evangelism
HOUSTON (BP) -- When Southern Baptists at every level cooperate to reach people for Christ, it's always effective, said Darrell Robinson, a former pastor and longtime evangelist from Texas. Continuing the tradition of reaching out to the host city of the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting, the pre-convention "Crossover Houston" effort is offering opportunities for intentionally sharing the Gospel through block parties and door-to-door evangelism.
Awareness key to special needs outreach
GRAPEVINE, Texas (BP)–A new family moves into town and searches for a church home. They are looking for solid, biblical preaching, a good youth program, and an exciting children’s ministry, but they are also looking for something more. This family has a child with special needs and they are hoping to find a church that […]
On the job, they’re able to aid Katrina victims
GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas (BP)--“Just another day at the office” has taken on a whole new meaning for several Texas Southern Baptists who are using their ordinary vocations to provide extraordinary aid to the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Darrell Bock meshes Luke & Acts in lectures at Midwestern Seminary
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP)–“The Messiah, The Kingdom and The Call to Reach Sinners” was the theme of Darrell Bock’s three messages in the annual Sizemore Lecture series at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Nov. 3-5. Bock, research professor of New Testament and professor of spiritual formation at Dallas Theological Seminary, connected passages through Luke and Acts […]
Women pursue M.Div. degrees for theological, missions training
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP)–A desire for a deeper knowledge of the Bible and more in-depth theological training inspired three women who graduated from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary this year to take a road less traveled — pursuing the master of divinity degree instead of the master of arts in Christian education degree. “I wanted to […]
Bob Anderson records 27 years of service to Kansas collegians
MANHATTAN, Kan. (BP)–With the average minister changing positions every 36 months, those who commit their lives to the task in one location are unique in today’s fast-paced, ever-changing society. Bob Anderson is one such minister. As Baptist Student Union director at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kan., he has dedicated himself to that task since 1972. […]