BUFORD, Ga. – Statistics show the future can be dire for disadvantaged children who grow up without books in their homes.
Abraham proclaimed "Jehovah-Jireh," the Lord will provide, when God sent a ram to stand in place of Isaac as a sacrifice. Perhaps you have a personal Jehovah-Jireh moment.
NASHVILLE (BP) – In a spirit of gratitude and enthusiasm for how the Lord is bringing women together through scholarship across Southern Baptist seminaries, more than 30 women met together the day before the 2021 SBC Annual Meeting. The June 14 meeting was the first of its kind tied to an SBC annual meeting.
OKLAHOMA CITY (BP) – “Why haven’t I heard this before? Is this some new doctrine you have created?” That’s the reaction I got from a friend the other day while talking about Hebrews chapter four.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Women gathered Tuesday (June 15) for the 2021 Women & Work forum to receive encouragement as they seek the Lord’s calling and work confidently in a world of discouragement.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Gathered at tables with hearts prepared for fellowship, women received teaching and encouragement in their battles against discouragement at the 2021 Southern Baptist Convention’s Ministers’ Wives Luncheon Tuesday (June 15).
NASHVILLE (BP) – As a musician since the age of 11, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee told Southern Baptist evangelists he knows the first thing he has to do when he picks up an instrument is to tune it so each note sounds like it should.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Women serving in various leadership roles throughout the Southern Baptist Convention gathered for the second annual Women’s Leadership Network meeting June 14 at the Music City Center to hear from three leaders with varying degrees of experience in the SBC.
NASHVILLE (BP) – George Robinson, an evangelism professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, N.C., requested prayer through Twitter on June 8. He and a group of his students had led Nashville-resident Tianna to faith.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Amy Hannon, a minister’s wife and author of “Love, Welcome, Serve,” urged women to overcome cultural barriers to biblical hospitality and invite people into their homes during the women’s track of the Send Conference 2021 June 14 in Nashville.