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SBC leaders address NAAF, Send Network gathering

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Enhanced collaboration in spreading the Gospel was a key focus as national and regional Southern Baptist leaders gathered March 22 at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.

Church planting in hard places requires resiliency, focus on fundamentals

LITTLETON, Colo. (BP) — During his years involved in church planting and revitalization, Mike Proud notices a pattern that can apply to all congregations.

SBC DIGEST: NAMB hosts church planters orientation; Holman to release NASB Tony Evans Study Bible

NAMB hosts 200 church planters for Send Network Orientation; NASB Tony Evans Study Bible arrives April 2023

Newly baptized Indiana police officer teaches community to respond to active shooters 

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (BP) – Ben Hallmark wanted to prepare people for what would be one of the worst days of their lives – a day they find themselves in an active shooter situation. 

A story with a nice ring to it

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (BP) – Longtime Kentucky Baptist pastor and evangelist Don Mathis has preached countless sermons about people being “lost” — but this week the principle of “lost and found” took on a whole different meaning, even though it wasn’t from a spiritual perspective.

Former SBCV executive Doyle Chauncey dies

Doyle Chauncey, the first full-time executive director-treasurer of the Southern Baptist Convention of Virginia (SBCV), died on Tuesday, March 21, 2023, at the age of 81. He was one of the founders of the state convention and served in a number of ministry roles across Virginia.

Partnership between seminaries provides training, healing during wartime

War rages. Could theological education be part of the solution for trauma? Leadership at Ukrainian Baptist Theological Seminary and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary thinks so.

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.

FIRST-PERSON: Annie Armstrong offering allows us to be part of missionaries’ stories

Challenging. Exciting. Humbling. I’ve met numerous Southern Baptist missionaries during my years of service at NAMB, and these three words surface in many of their stories.

Bible Study: Loving in truth, action

Our love, or lack of it, determines how we relate to others. Either the absence of love leads to de facto hatred, or its presence leads to sacrificial living.