Church Library

****Some of these works are large and may take some time to display with a slow internet connection. Please be patient!
A Baptist Catechism A Baptist Catechism for Boys and Girls Fox's Book of Martyrs
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God The 2000 Baptist Faith and Message   
Baptist Press (BPNews)August 19 
RSS feed for Baptist Press (BPNews)
  • Kelleys' 'Great Dakota Adventure' more than vacation
    Visiting North and South Dakota was more than a vacation for seminary president Chuck Kelley and his wife Rhonda, who met with church planters along the way with a commitment to persevere in isolated locations across the two states.
  • Tim Tebow to produce upcoming film, 'Run the Race'
    Tim Tebow -- the Heisman Trophy winner, football and baseball player, and television broadcaster -- now has another title to add to his resume: movie producer.
  • 'Queen of soul' Aretha Franklin rooted in Gospel
    From the submissive surrender of her "Amazing Grace" to the womanly exclamations of "Respect" and other provocative hits, the late queen of soul Aretha Franklin is widely remembered for the gospel music foundations she learned at her father's Baptist church.
  • Argentina Senate thwarts abortion rights effort
    The Argentine Senate's refusal to legalize abortion in that South American country has dealt a setback for the time being to the effort by activists to expand the right to the lethal procedure internationally.
  • Greg Laurie on censored ad: 'Hold the Bible high'
    After promotional materials for the SoCal Harvest crusade were taken down from two Southern California malls because they showed pastor Greg Laurie holding a Bible, Laurie is asking attendees of the event to hold up their Bibles in a show of support for God's Word.
  • Vision team to help implement SBCAL recommendations
    An 11-member vision team will study the best way to help Southern Baptist associations implement recommended changes including a new name and system-wide professional proficiencies for directors of missions (DOMs).
  • Satanists erect statue outside Ark. Capitol
    A group from The Satanic Temple temporarily erected a goat-headed, winged statue on the Arkansas State Capitol grounds on Thursday (Aug. 16) to protest the Ten Commandments monument already placed there.
  • FIRST-PERSON: An open letter to college freshmen
    "You only get one freshman year, so pay careful attention to how you live it," Keith Shorter writes to new collegians. "Don't forget what you have learned from your parents, or others, about how to live a life that honors God."
  • EDITORIAL: El obituario
    El 5 de junio de este año, el periódico Redwood Falls Gazette en Redwood publicó el obituario de Kathleen Dehmlow quién murió a los 80 años en Springfield, Minn. El comienzo del anuncio de su muerte parece bastante común. Indica cuando nació, quiénes fueron sus padres y el nombre de su esposo e hijos.

Sorry, the RSS file requested isn't valid.

Baptist Press (BPNews)August 19 
RSS feed for Baptist Press (BPNews)
  • Kelleys' 'Great Dakota Adventure' more than vacation
    Visiting North and South Dakota was more than a vacation for seminary president Chuck Kelley and his wife Rhonda, who met with church planters along the way with a commitment to persevere in isolated locations across the two states.
  • Tim Tebow to produce upcoming film, 'Run the Race'
    Tim Tebow -- the Heisman Trophy winner, football and baseball player, and television broadcaster -- now has another title to add to his resume: movie producer.
  • 'Queen of soul' Aretha Franklin rooted in Gospel
    From the submissive surrender of her "Amazing Grace" to the womanly exclamations of "Respect" and other provocative hits, the late queen of soul Aretha Franklin is widely remembered for the gospel music foundations she learned at her father's Baptist church.
  • Argentina Senate thwarts abortion rights effort
    The Argentine Senate's refusal to legalize abortion in that South American country has dealt a setback for the time being to the effort by activists to expand the right to the lethal procedure internationally.
  • Greg Laurie on censored ad: 'Hold the Bible high'
    After promotional materials for the SoCal Harvest crusade were taken down from two Southern California malls because they showed pastor Greg Laurie holding a Bible, Laurie is asking attendees of the event to hold up their Bibles in a show of support for God's Word.
  • Vision team to help implement SBCAL recommendations
    An 11-member vision team will study the best way to help Southern Baptist associations implement recommended changes including a new name and system-wide professional proficiencies for directors of missions (DOMs).
  • Satanists erect statue outside Ark. Capitol
    A group from The Satanic Temple temporarily erected a goat-headed, winged statue on the Arkansas State Capitol grounds on Thursday (Aug. 16) to protest the Ten Commandments monument already placed there.
  • FIRST-PERSON: An open letter to college freshmen
    "You only get one freshman year, so pay careful attention to how you live it," Keith Shorter writes to new collegians. "Don't forget what you have learned from your parents, or others, about how to live a life that honors God."
  • EDITORIAL: El obituario
    El 5 de junio de este año, el periódico Redwood Falls Gazette en Redwood publicó el obituario de Kathleen Dehmlow quién murió a los 80 años en Springfield, Minn. El comienzo del anuncio de su muerte parece bastante común. Indica cuando nació, quiénes fueron sus padres y el nombre de su esposo e hijos.