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.
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.
Some churches across Kentucky are focusing on international missions, they're just not leaving home to do it. Many people are surprised when they learn the commonwealth ranks in the top 10 states receiving refugees.
As a child, Shirley Barlow attended World Missions Conferences with her parents. Her mother would invite the missionaries to their house for dinner, and, as Shirley sat and listened to their stories, she recalls praying, "Please, God, let me have this opportunity." However, Shirley says she never did hear the total call to be a missionary.