Johnny Hunt, pastor of First Baptist Woodstock and president of the Southern Baptist Convention, called for a “Great Commission resurgence” during his first presidential address to the SBC Executive Committee in Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 22.
Long-term retirement investors should stay focused on their goals, not on short-term market fluctuations, including even the Sept. 15 sell-off that resulted in the single worst trading day since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
More than 50 ministers and their families new to Georgia Baptists converged on the Missions and Ministry Center Sept. 25 for a two-day orientation introducing them to benefits available through GBC ministries.
Nearly 300 people representing 10 different denominations crowded the Thomas P. “Tommy” Hughes Grand Ballroom in Gwinnett Center Sept. 30 at the Announcement Celebration for the Greater North Atlanta Franklin Graham Festival.
Southern Baptist ethicist Richard Land was among those who rallied to protest Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s dinner meeting with members of the World Council of Churches in New York City Sept. 25.
Four in 10 Americans believe that religious leaders should be permitted to endorse political candidates from the pulpit without risking their organization’s tax-exempt status, a new survey by the First Amendment Center shows.
With fuel prices soaring and real estate foreclosures on the rise, we’re living in some pretty scary economical times, aren’t we? As believers, how are we to conduct ourselves? Is there a way to sensibly tighten our money belts and still continue to show generosity? Yes.
The Open Door By J. Robert White, Executive Director GBC Published October 9, 2008
I am encouraged. There is a growing tide of interest in and commitment to prayer.
December 2005. My brother, Alex, finished a brisk morning jog that planted his running shoes in my driveway. He was winded but clearly excited when he called me on his cell. “Come outside, Stephen! I’ve got the storyline for the next movie!”