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Churches sharing the Gospel, planting seeds as holidays approach

BOSTON (BP) – In the nearly four centuries since its founding as America’s first park, Boston Common has witnessed some of the most important news events of American history – from public hangings during Colonial days to celebrating American independence in 1776 to Union soldier recruitment in the 1860s.

FIRST-PERSON: Winning the world to Christ together

What I have discovered in my life, and in the life of most Christians, is that prayer is often relegated to a mere routine, a preparatory exercise before the real action of our day begins. This is why prayer for many is powerless and meaningless.

Grieving father uses son’s life and death as platform for the Gospel

SOMERSET, Ky. (BP) – Alan Dodson’s testimony about his son’s remarkable life and tragic death was both heartbreaking and hopeful. It was both raw and real.

Lightning strike claims teen’s life, sparks revival

PALATKA, Fla. (BP) – One lightning strike that claimed the life of a beloved teen girl has sparked a spiritual revival throughout an entire community in northeast Florida.

Churches across SBC celebrate Student Baptism Sunday

ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Southern Baptist churches across the nation recognized Student Baptism Sunday this past Sunday, Oct. 29, by baptizing teenagers and college students during morning services.

Student Baptism Sunday carries special meaning for Barbier family

NASHVILLE (BP) – It’s a familiar scene for Jay Barbier. He’s a youth minister, driving down the road to a speaking engagement where he will preach to a room full of students.

In Georgia, this workday lunch break connects others to Jesus

WOODSTOCK, Ga. (BP) – A step away from the daily work routine can make all the difference in the world.

A burden for lost souls

I remember hearing someone describe Adrian Rogers, former pastor of Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis, as a “weeper.” Dr. Rogers was known for shedding tears over the lost condition and pending judgment of those who, because of their own sin and rebellion, were alienated from God. He went on to say that when it comes to evangelism “weepers are reapers.”  

Duck Dynasty’s Robertson family spurs drug dealer to faith, ministry

WEST MONROE, La. (BP) – When Duck Commander called, Bryan Rucker had resorted to days of getting high and drunk. An illegal multi-state drug pipeline that earned him $60,000 a month ended when he was imprisoned for his part in a deadly drug deal.

Atheists urge Coach Freeze’s ouster after Auburn event baptizes 200

AUBURN, Ala. (BP) -- There was no baptismal at Unite Auburn, an evangelistic event that drew thousands to Auburn University’s Neville Arena. But event preacher and Southern Baptist pastor Jonathan Pokluda heard water was nearby.