Brewton-Parker College is restructuring its academic programs into four main divisions: Arts & Sciences, Christian Studies, Business, and Education. No academic majors will be reduced as a result of this restructuring.
Easter Awakening Thirty students accept Christ, 40 rededicate their lives in spring spiritual emphasis By Joe Westbury, Managing Editor Published April 21, 2011
Easter will never be the same again for more than 30 Brewton-Parker students who accepted Christ in a campus-wide revival in late March, or for 40 others who rededicated their lives to Christ.
Truett-McConnell College is crafting its own version of a Great Commission Resurgence and doing it in the most practical and positive way imaginable - being the first Baptist college in the country to offer a Bachelor of Arts degree in World Missions.
Jeff Franklin and Wayne Haseley, both Georgia Baptists, became weary of the meager fare of family entertainment on television and have teamed up to produce a pilot that will offer America a family-friendly television series.
Facebook shut down a "Third Palestinian Intifada" page and similar groups recently, prompted by complaints from Jewish groups that the content had crossed the line from free speech to violent incitement.
A self-effacing multimillionaire has become a local hero after buying a series of 17th-century religious paintings and then donating them back to the Church of England in a bid to help boost art tourism.
The Archdiocese of Mobile has told staff and volunteers who work with children that electronic communication with minors must be limited to "providing information related to a ministry or event and not for socialization or other personal interaction."
Calling the event "Love Out Loud," First Baptist Church of Rincon sent more than 350 volunteers into the community on Sunday, Feb. 20, to perform 16 service projects to show the love of Christ in practical ways.
In college and seminary I studied neo-orthodox theologians like Rudolph Bultmann, who would never assert that the resurrection is a historical reality. He purported that it was the believer's subjective experience.
The Open Door By J. Robert White, Executive Director GBC Published April 21, 2011
There is an interesting passage of Scripture in Acts 25:19. In the passage, Festus, the Roman Governor of Judea, and Paul the Apostle agreed as to the death of Jesus, but they were miles apart on the resurrection of Christ.