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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)May 28 
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  • Veteran uses war experience to minister to airmen
    As an Air Force pararescueman in Vietnam, Doug Brinson often faced death to save downed pilots, including a treacherous three-week stretch of missions in 1972 that shaped his life in ways he will never forget. <br>
  • Egypt terror attack cited as call to prayer, witness
    A terrorist attack against Coptic Christians in Egypt that left at least 28 people dead has been characterized as a call to action for believers in America.
  • Phoenix church planters turning back darkness
    As the Southern Baptist Convention prepares to hold its annual meeting in Phoenix on June 13-14, three church planters -- all Arizona natives -- are helping to push back darkness in the Valley of the Sun.
  • At 107, she's still a missions advocate
    107-year-old retired missionary Allie Candler continues to be a missions advocate. "God called me," Candler says. "When God calls someone, it's best to listen."
  • Royce, former ERLC leader, joins Trump admin.
    Shannon Royce, a former leader at the Family Research Council and Southern Baptists' Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, has been appointed as the Trump administration's director of the Center for Faith-Based and Community Partnerships.
  • MEMORIAL DAY: Those who became soldiers
    Jake McCandless, reflecting back on his days in youth ministry, ponders whether he adequately prepared students who subsequently served in Iraq and Afghanistan or who would face other rigors of life that loomed ahead.
  • EDITORIAL: El pecado de la adicción al trabajo
    Cada vez estoy más convencido que ser un "trabajador obsesivo" es la adicción más común entre las personas que están en el ministerio cristiano. ...

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Baptist Press (BPNews)May 28 
RSS feed for Baptist Press (BPNews)
  • Veteran uses war experience to minister to airmen
    As an Air Force pararescueman in Vietnam, Doug Brinson often faced death to save downed pilots, including a treacherous three-week stretch of missions in 1972 that shaped his life in ways he will never forget. <br>
  • Egypt terror attack cited as call to prayer, witness
    A terrorist attack against Coptic Christians in Egypt that left at least 28 people dead has been characterized as a call to action for believers in America.
  • Phoenix church planters turning back darkness
    As the Southern Baptist Convention prepares to hold its annual meeting in Phoenix on June 13-14, three church planters -- all Arizona natives -- are helping to push back darkness in the Valley of the Sun.
  • At 107, she's still a missions advocate
    107-year-old retired missionary Allie Candler continues to be a missions advocate. "God called me," Candler says. "When God calls someone, it's best to listen."
  • Royce, former ERLC leader, joins Trump admin.
    Shannon Royce, a former leader at the Family Research Council and Southern Baptists' Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, has been appointed as the Trump administration's director of the Center for Faith-Based and Community Partnerships.
  • MEMORIAL DAY: Those who became soldiers
    Jake McCandless, reflecting back on his days in youth ministry, ponders whether he adequately prepared students who subsequently served in Iraq and Afghanistan or who would face other rigors of life that loomed ahead.
  • EDITORIAL: El pecado de la adicción al trabajo
    Cada vez estoy más convencido que ser un "trabajador obsesivo" es la adicción más común entre las personas que están en el ministerio cristiano. ...