WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) – When Cameron Hayner chose the path of a seminarian, he thought through several factors such as cost, convenience and the ability to maintain a personal ministry schedule where he could put his education into practice.
ONTARIO, Calif. (BP) — You likely wouldn’t call Kristen Ferguson a “techie.”
WEYMOUTH, Mass. (BP) – Noah and Tarin Madden were newlyweds when they sought a seminary that would prepare them to spread the Gospel in the church and in the community.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Forty years ago, the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) was a lonely place to be a Southern Baptist professor.
LAS VEGAS (BP) – For Hope Church Las Vegas, planting churches throughout the city has always been a priority and a passion.
NASHVILLE (BP) — The Gloucester Fisherman’s Memorial, built in 1925, faces the harbor in honor of the thousands lost at sea in this Massachusetts city’s history. On its base facing the waters is Psalm 107:23 – “They that go down to the sea in ships ….”
PORT AUSTIN, Mich. (BP) – It’s the only Baptist church in town. Church planter Michael Goforth considers it purely a work of the Lord that Mercy Hill Church is thriving where three previous congregations shut down.
NASHVILLE (BP) – When Christ Fellowship in Tampa, Fla., felt led to launch a new campus, they weren’t alone. The Send Network Florida walked beside them every step of the way.
NASHVILLE (BP) – While the damage caused by natural disasters and the devastation of the war in Ukraine continue to make headlines, giving to the Cooperative Program is continuing to fund the compassion ministry of Send Relief around the world.
NASHVILLE (BP) — Southern Baptists are known for their support of missions, as evidenced by a record Lottie Moon offering. However, a significant portion also comes from the tithes and offerings given each Sunday and funneled through the Cooperative Program.