Baptist editor ministers in variety of situations
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--He has been an associate pastor, pastor, mission leader, writer and editor, administrator and lobbyist. Today he serves as the recording secretary for the 16-million member Southern Baptist Convention and as editor of the Oklahoma Baptist Messenger. Thousands read his editorials every week.
The world is their classroom
|Learning about Luther|
Martin Luther's study in Wartburg Castle will be among the stops for students enrolled in Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's summer study program in Germany. Photo by Stephen Stookey
Southwestern Seminary's global emphasis now makes it possible for students to participate in summer study programs in and around Bonn, Germany; Nairobi, Kenya; and Istanbul, Turkey.
More than 60 students are joining nine professors overseas this summer to take classes and engage in ministry. Each program offers students the opportunity to earn up to nine credit hours while visiting locations such as Wittenberg, Germany, and ancient ruins in Ephesus. In addition, multiple opportunities for ministry will be available.
Teens’ potential for revival noted at Southwestern’s Youth Ministry Lab
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--God may use today's youth to bring revival to the nation and the world, speakers at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's 34th annual Youth Ministry Lab said.
Thousands of youth pledge sexual purity til marriage
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--More than 77,000 teens around the nation made online commitments to remain sexually abstinent until marriage as part of "True Love Waits: Seize the Net Goes Live," a nationally televised celebration of purity.
‘Evangelically ecumenical’ view of Pentecostalism voiced by speaker
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--In dealing with potential conflicts with Pentecostalism, it is necessary to take note of the movement's strengths and weaknesses, said Max Turner, the keynote speaker at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's 2001 Pastor's Conference Oct. 9-11.
T.W. Hunt points to spiritual truths,
Hemphill reiterates God’s provision
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--It is impossible to fully comprehend the nature, grace and glory of God, but God wants to show his children more than they can imagine, a well-known Christian author told students and professors at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Christians must exercise care
with God’s name, Hemphill says
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--The church in America today is in need of revival and restoration, and God will provide it for his own name's sake, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary President Ken Hemphill said during the first chapel of the fall semester at the Fort Worth, Texas, campus.
OT prof experiences God’s call as ‘not necessarily geographic’
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--For some people, God's call can lead down many different paths, sometimes even taking unexpected turns.
Hazel Morris’ 30-year legacy: far reach of former students
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--When she looks back on her life, Hazel Morris still feels a sense of awe at the ways God prepared her for ministry and used her as teacher and professor.
Charles Williamson, 78, dies; was retired Southwestern prof
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--S. Charles Williamson, 78, professor of voice emeritus at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, died July 12 in Fort Worth, Texas.