People brought into the United States illegally as children should not be treated in the same way as undocumented immigrants who entered as adults, a Southern Baptist public policy specialist told members of Congress.
The Truett-McConnell College women's soccer team led the way in the recently-ended semester as student-athletes performed nearly 1,000 hours of Christian ministry in White County and surrounding areas.
Under the leadership of Kevin Williams, First Baptist Church Douglasville's student ministry is far more than fun and games. In fact, the middle school and high school students are called not only to commitment to Christ, but to an extreme surrender to Him.
For many public school children across the United States, summer means empty stomachs. With no government-provided breakfast or lunch to depend on, the 31 million children in the United States who access the program during the school year face an uncertain summer.
In a recent meeting hosted by Troup Association Director of Missions Aaron McCollough at Antioch Baptist Church in LaGrange, local pastors and Georgia Baptist state missionaries heard a plaintive cry for help from W.T. Edmondson. The plea came on behalf of Antioch Church, which weeks ago was hanging in the balance between extinction and revitalization.
When the cashier handed me change at a convenience store, the Holy Spirit made sure that I saw the tattoo on her hand. It was a small cross.
The Open Door By J. Robert White, Executive Director GBC Published August 8, 2013
When the recent devastating tornadoes hit the Oklahoma City area, you responded, as you always do, with a generous disaster relief offering to assist our friends in Oklahoma and the many people there who do not know the Lord but have been blessed by the vibrant witness of Southern Baptist Disaster Relief workers.
While attending the SBC Annual Meeting in Houston, I heard much lamenting about the fact that baptisms in the SBC are at their lowest levels since 1948. While at the meeting, I also was clearly reminded of the reason for such low baptisms and the only way to increase them.