LifeWay Christian Resources is exploring opportunities to better utilize its downtown Nashville corporate offices, which could mean the sale of some – or all – of the 14.5-acre property, Thom Rainer said in a letter to the organization's staff.
Truett Cathy, the grandfatherly fast food entrepreneur who brought the nation the original Southern fried chicken sandwich - along with a side of Southern Baptist family values - died shortly after midnight on Sept. 8.
When the Vietnam War ended and American troops pulled out in 1973, the ramifications stretched throughout Indochina. A civil war continued in neighboring Laos that didn't end until 1975. Communists then controlled the parallel countries.
GBC President Don Hattaway is asking Georgia Baptists to join him in 40 days of prayer beginning later this month that will bring revival to their churches and will produce a renewed commitment to reaching the lost for Christ.
Common bonds to a common Savior Military hero fought in three wars, resolves most important conflict By Scott Barkley, Production Editor Published September 18, 2014
When it comes to reaching salvation, a man's biggest obstacle is often himself.
Connected Through Words By Andy Cook, pastor, Shirley Hills Baptist Church, Warner Robins Published September 18, 2014
Ephesians 4:25-32 Bible Studies for Life, Sept. 28
Connected in Service By Stephen DuVall, strategic transitional pastor, Hickory Heights Baptist Church, Dallas Published September 18, 2014
Ephesians 5:15-21 Bible Studies for Life, Oct. 5
The Open Door By J. Robert White, Executive Director GBC Published September 18, 2014
I had just completed a delightful visit with two fine young pastors in our area when I stopped by the Chick-fil-A restaurant to pick up some lunch. I placed my order, "I'll have a number 1 with waffle fries and a large Coke Zero."
Like you, I am deeply concerned about the moral state of our culture. Biblical values are under attack on every front. While our primary goal is always to reach the lost with the Gospel, we must also be vigilant in protecting the religious liberty on which our nation was founded. We must be active in educating our congregations on the issues of the day.
In the 1960s the Southern Baptist Convention was rife with liberalism. Much of the higher education in our colleges and seminaries was marked by what could be called neo-orthodox theology. Basically, neo-orthodoxy is an existentialist variety of Christianity that denies the essential objective basis of truth, namely the absolute truth and authority of Scripture.