The 5 C's of "What Does It Mean to Think Historically"
I pray that each of us will utilize these five C's as guardrails for discussing American history in general and Southern Baptist history. Remember, there is a difference between the past and history. The past is a record of events that occurred yesterday whereas history constructs past events in a meaningful and truthful way to correct false perceptions and shortsighted claims in contemporary culture.
Immanuel Baptist dedicates historical marker
LOUISVILLE—Don't let the historic marker in the yard of the Immanuel Baptist Church property fool you. This rejuvenated congregation is anything but a relic of the past as more than 700 people gather weekly for prayer, praise and the preaching of God's Word.
One of the hardest things about serving at Clear Creek is developing close relationships with students while they are here and then sending them off to another ministry calling when they graduate. We are always pleased when we get to hear from our alumni who have transitioned to another ministry setting and they give us an update on how they are doing and how much they appreciated their time at Clear Creek.
What is an investment? It is when you put your money to work for you. Savings accounts and CDs are generally safer; however, their return is usually less. An investment will have increased risk and volatility—but will generally provide increased earnings. You need both—savings and investments.
NEW ORLEANS—James K. "Jamie" Dew Jr., vice president for undergraduate studies and distance learning at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, has been nominated as the next president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
The presidential search committee will present Dew to the full trustee board for a vote on June 5.
I strive to lead with a biblical approach and attitude as team leader of the Kentucky Baptist Convention Church Consulting & Revitalization Team.
Army retiree taking the Word to South Korea
FORT KNOX—Sgt. 1st Class Michael Shipman's military career has taken him to about 25 countries—now he is retiring from the Army and moving back to one of those countries to be a church planter/senior pastor.
Messages from God's Word are great reminders of why we are to be obedient. The Lord sustains that which He ordains, and He most definitely ordained this unique ministry with local people in mind when we opened our doors on January 1, 1900.
with Pastor Nate Bishop
Churches partner for weekend gospel outreach
Valuing God's Word for 150 Years
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