Listen to His voice: Dog training gives parallels to discipleship, ministry
FRESNO, Calif. (BP) — In his ministry, Greg Kilgore has learned a lot from Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. The same goes for inspiration from Arwen, Ace, Rey and Ahsoka.
Research reveals importance of small groups, evangelism, assimilation for church growth
NASHVILLE (BP) – As churches continue ministry in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, many are finding it increasingly difficult to grow their small groups. However, churches continue to report new commitments to Christ and changed lives.
Every believer’s an apologist, professional apologists say
NASHVILLE (BP) – In an increasingly secular and post-Christian culture, leaders who make their living in apologetics are imploring believers to practice the discipline in their everyday lives.
Senior adults share wisdom gleaned from living, serving
NEW ALBANY, Ind. (BP) — Read your Bible. Listen well. Don’t sacrifice today’s moment for tomorrow’s plan.
College students prime candidates for Asbury-type revivals
WILMORE, Ky. (BP) -- Baptist collegiate minister Daniel Johnson is not surprised that revival, now nearing 10 continuous days, would break out among students at Asbury University.
Is Southern Baptist culture conducive to Asbury-type revival?
WILMORE, Ky. (BP) -- Asbury University counts the current Holy Ghost revival, now surpassing a week, among eight spontaneous spiritual outbreaks at the small Wesleyan-Holiness campus since 1905, including the 1970s revival that spread nationally.
Next gen leaders urge proactive response to SBC age distribution trends
NASHVILLE (BP) – Recent trends regarding age distribution in the SBC are causing next generation leaders to reflect on building up the future of the Convention.
Pastor’s guided tours of D.C. aim to shore up love for God’s Word
WASHINGTON (BP) – In addition to reading and studying Scripture, it can be powerful to experience the Bible’s real-world impact.
Dance wonders if pastors are planning to finish well
NASHVILLE (BP) – Thinking about the end from the beginning is something a Guidestone consultant says pastors must do if they want to finish well. Mark Dance says transitions need to be well planned whether they are in the church or in the final days of one’s life.
FIRST-PERSON: The steps to get there
NASHVILLE (BP) – Years from now when people look at a list of college football national champions, the 2022 University of Georgia team will be remembered first as winning its second consecutive title.