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Monday, September 29, 2014
By Kristen Camp Volunteer Dorothy Wargo (far right) dishes up food at Ozanam Inn, or “The Oz,” as part of First Baptist Church of New Orleans’ hunger ministry to its neglected neighbors. The church uses Southern Baptist Global Hunger Relief funds at the Oz and one other fixed feeding location. FBNO also provides meals to the homeless and the homebound. Also pictured are volunteers (from far left) Rufus Johnson, Jerry Seetin, Beth Akin and Victor More...
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Monday, September 29, 2014
Linda Watts, a member of First Baptist Church of Jackson, Ga., volunteers to serve food at the Lord’s Café last year during its annual free Thanksgiving dinner. (KBC) Whitley City—With school back in session, Crossroads Community Baptist Church only serves free lunch three days a week, instead of daily as it did during the summer months. Still, an average of 360 "customers" will visit The Lord's Café in Whitley City each week this fall. Many More...
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Monday, September 29, 2014
By Debbie Davenport Sue Fannin, a nurse from Rolling Fork Baptist Church in Boston, does a blood pressure check during a mission trip to the Philippines. She was part of a team of Kentucky Baptists who spent 10 days in the Philippines. Boston, Ky.—A team of Kentucky Baptists brought healing and hope to hundreds of Filipinos still recovering from Typhoon Pablo, a devastating storm that struck the island nation two years ago. The six-member team, More...
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Monday, September 29, 2014
By Rick Hardison Georgetown—A mission trip to South America turned tragic earlier this month when a Georgetown College graduate was killed. Erica Faith Hagan, 22, of Murray, was apparently murdered in Temuco, Chile. Her body was found on Sept. 6 in her on-campus apartment. Chilean authorities arrested a security guard Sept. 13 at the college where she was serving as a teaching assistant. Fox News reported that Hagan seemingly had been struck three times in the head More...
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Monday, September 29, 2014
By Paul Badgett, East Region Ashland—The Amy for Africa organization of Ashland found a unique way to put "fun" in fundraiser. How about a game of Wiffle ball? The two-year-old mission organization used a pastime that almost everybody has played to raise $4,000 through a one-day tournament in the side lot of Unity Baptist Church in Ashland. Thirty-two teams played in the single-elimination tournament that was designed for having a good time and fellowship more More...
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Monday, September 29, 2014
By Todd Deaton Louisville—Harold Monroe, vice president of investments of the Southern Baptist Foundation, was unanimously approved Sept. 25 by members of the Kentucky Baptist Foundation's Board of Directors as their nominee to become the foundation's next president and CEO. "Our world needs Jesus now more than ever, and I look forward to coming back to Kentucky to help Kentucky Baptists tell the world about Jesus," Monroe told KBF directors in response to their More...
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Monday, September 29, 2014
The longer we live, the more we realize that actions or decisions have consequences—sometimes unintended consequences that are absolutely un-foretell-able or un-seeable. But more often they are foreseeable. Scripture instructs the wise person to "count the cost." This exhortation aptly applies to conversations concerning the continuing value of the Cooperative Program within the Southern Baptist Convention. In recent years, some within our convention have suggested More...
 
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