Producing videos led Jimmy Hammett to some colorful characters. Southern folklore was his specialty, covering topics like moonshiners and revenuers. He once traveled the U.S. with his father, J.C., doing a special on famous coon dogs.
The courage to declare Truth SBC VP Ron Herrod committed to training international pastors By J. Gerald Harris, Editor Published January 13, 2011
"We seem to be afraid today to tell the truth about doctrine, about moral issues, about spiritual warfare. We hear a lot of people saying that we're in danger today of the government censoring the voice of the pulpit, but that hasnít happened and I hope that it doesn't, of course. But we seem to be censoring ourselves."
Billy Graham granted his first interview in several years Dec. 20, telling Fox News' Greta Van Susteren that if he could do it over again, he would spend less time traveling and more time in meditation and prayer.
Like every other Southerner Dec. 25, Andy Childs was thrilled with the Christmas Day snow. Like every other pastor, he kept an eye on road conditions and the possibility of cancelling services at Ebenezer Baptist Church the next day.
For more than 40 years Ken Cloud was on the giving end of Cooperative Program support as a pastor and an evangelist. Now, he is on the receiving end as director of missions for the Bowen Baptist Association.