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Baptist Press (BPNews)December 19 
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  • Christmas, nativity spotlight Baptist racial unity
    One-month-old Luke Molette was the nativity centerpiece, an African American baby portraying Jesus in the arms of his mother as a white "Joseph" sat at their side, flocked by an interracial chorus. The scene was a picture of the cross-cultural relationship of two Nashville churches.
  • Chinese police disrupt weekend worship
    Members of Early Rain Covenant Church in Chengdu, China, tried to meet together for Sunday worship (Dec. 16) only to reportedly have police detain about 60 people and shut down outdoor services. Several small groups found spaces to meet and worship without incident.
  • Kelley to NOBTS grads: Let 'Yes' be your guide
    The "one word" that brought students to seminary must now guide them as graduates, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Chancellor Chuck Kelley told them, Dec. 15, at NOBTS' Leavell Chapel.
  • Pastors' Conf.: MacDonald out, Andrew Brunson added
    Chicago pastor James MacDonald has withdrawn from his speaking slot at the 2019 Southern Baptist Convention Pastors' Conference in Birmingham, Ala. Meanwhile, Andrew Brunson, the American pastor released in October from imprisonment in Turkey, was added last month to the lineup of speakers.
  • Dining room table: where her missions passion began
    Joy Bolton, who led Kentucky Woman's Missionary Union 19-plus years, has been involved in various facets of the missions education organization for 40 years. Next up: a volunteer strategist role for national WMU.
  • Market volatility called 'return to historic norms'
    Market volatility has increased in recent weeks, but GuideStone analyst David S. Spika cautions retirement investors to focus on long-term investment objectives and avoid impulsive decisions, even as the news of the day can appear alarming.
  • FROM THE STATES: Ore., Fla., N.M. evangelism/missions news; 'Let's strike while the iron's hot'
    Today's From the States features items from: Northwest Baptist Witness (Oregon); Florida Baptist Convention; Baptist New Mexican
  • CHRISTMAS: Beyond Hallmark's snow & mistletoe
    Movie reviewer Phil Boatwright looks beyond the holiday fare of Hallmark and Lifetime to spotlight three films that explore the spiritual dimension of life through parable.

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Baptist Press (BPNews)December 19 
RSS feed for Baptist Press (BPNews)
  • Christmas, nativity spotlight Baptist racial unity
    One-month-old Luke Molette was the nativity centerpiece, an African American baby portraying Jesus in the arms of his mother as a white "Joseph" sat at their side, flocked by an interracial chorus. The scene was a picture of the cross-cultural relationship of two Nashville churches.
  • Chinese police disrupt weekend worship
    Members of Early Rain Covenant Church in Chengdu, China, tried to meet together for Sunday worship (Dec. 16) only to reportedly have police detain about 60 people and shut down outdoor services. Several small groups found spaces to meet and worship without incident.
  • Kelley to NOBTS grads: Let 'Yes' be your guide
    The "one word" that brought students to seminary must now guide them as graduates, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Chancellor Chuck Kelley told them, Dec. 15, at NOBTS' Leavell Chapel.
  • Pastors' Conf.: MacDonald out, Andrew Brunson added
    Chicago pastor James MacDonald has withdrawn from his speaking slot at the 2019 Southern Baptist Convention Pastors' Conference in Birmingham, Ala. Meanwhile, Andrew Brunson, the American pastor released in October from imprisonment in Turkey, was added last month to the lineup of speakers.
  • Dining room table: where her missions passion began
    Joy Bolton, who led Kentucky Woman's Missionary Union 19-plus years, has been involved in various facets of the missions education organization for 40 years. Next up: a volunteer strategist role for national WMU.
  • Market volatility called 'return to historic norms'
    Market volatility has increased in recent weeks, but GuideStone analyst David S. Spika cautions retirement investors to focus on long-term investment objectives and avoid impulsive decisions, even as the news of the day can appear alarming.
  • FROM THE STATES: Ore., Fla., N.M. evangelism/missions news; 'Let's strike while the iron's hot'
    Today's From the States features items from: Northwest Baptist Witness (Oregon); Florida Baptist Convention; Baptist New Mexican
  • CHRISTMAS: Beyond Hallmark's snow & mistletoe
    Movie reviewer Phil Boatwright looks beyond the holiday fare of Hallmark and Lifetime to spotlight three films that explore the spiritual dimension of life through parable.