After hurricanes, other natural disasters, and acts of terrorism, someone inevitably asks, "Where is God?" What they're really asking is, "How can a loving God allow such horrific pain and suffering to happen?"
LOUISVILLE—Six Kentucky Baptists will travel to Swaziland Oct. 4-15 to share the gospel and encourage believers as part of a state Woman's Missionary Union missions trip to the small country in southern Africa.
RICHMOND, Va.—After receiving the resignation of David Platt, IMB president, to be effective at the Sept. 27 trustee meeting, the Executive Committee of the board of trustees of the International Mission Board voted in a special meeting Sept. 13 to approve Clyde Meador as interim president starting Sept. 27, subject to full board approval.
NASHVILLE—Trustees of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission approved a seminary president and a courtroom advocate as recipients of the Southern Baptist entity's 2018 awards Sept. 5.
Late summer is always an exciting time for our children and young adults beginning to report back to schools and colleges across the state. The freshness of a new school year is full of potential and new learning experiences. But, for some students, the hope of achieving their academic dreams may be deferred due to a lack of enough financial resources.
We have recently started seeing children of Clear Creek alumni answering a call to ministry and coming to Clear Creek to study. Now we have a student who was actually born at Clear Creek and who has returned to study here.