A recent survey conducted by LifeWay Research on behalf of the Southern Baptist Foundation found 37 percent of SBC pastors do not have a trust, will, living will, electronic will, legacy story, or durable power of attorney with health care directives.
New Orleans Seminary held commencement services Dec. 15, with several graduates having Georgia ties.
GBC ends 2012 in the black Georgia Baptists lauded for sacrificial giving By Joe Westbury, Managing Editor Published January 24, 2013
Georgia Baptists increased their giving to state and international missions through Cooperative Program contributions to the state convention in 2012, signaling the first time the Georgia Baptist Convention has met its budget in five years.
Recently, the editor of The Christian Index interviewed Jason Allen as he was assuming his responsibilities as fifth president of Midwestern Seminary in Kansas City, MO. The tall, young, sartorially elegant, affable president was forthright and accommodating, as the following interview will reveal.
Ghana, a nation on Africa's west coast about the size of Georgia and South Carolina combined, has a population of approximately 23 million people. The temperature often rises to 115 to 120 degrees. The life expectancy is 45-50 years.
When one drives down Buford Highway in Duluth, seeing a traditional redbrick, t-shaped church building in the midst of commercial and industrial businesses may seem odd. What may be even more peculiar is that inside that church building is an intercultural congregation.
What in the world is happening in America? We have children senselessly slaughtered in a public school; and there are those who think the solution is to have stricter gun control. It makes just as much sense to control the sale of automobiles because there are drunk drivers on the highway, or ban surgeries because some surgeons have been guilty of malpractice.
Georgia pastor Louie Giglio was pressured to step down from offering the benediction at President Obama's upcoming inauguration due to what has been deemed by some as unacceptable remarks made in a sermon almost 20 years ago.
The Open Door By J. Robert White, Executive Director GBC Published January 24, 2013
Andrew Murray, in his book, "Living a Prayerful Life," wrestles with the subject of our personal battle against prayerlessness. Most of us are so accustomed to tackling our problems in our own might that we think this is something we can simply fix.