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Resolutions contend for vulnerable, Gospel

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Messengers to the 2019 Southern Baptist Convention advocated for the vulnerable against abortion, sexual abuse and religious persecution in approving 13 resolutions Wednesday (June 12).


26 new missionaries obey God's call to the nations

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—David and Zoey Lee know they can go as Southern Baptist missionaries today because Christian believers in the past sacrificed to get the Gospel to their homeland—a truth they shared June 11 during a Sending Celebration to honor the appointment of 26 new Southern Baptist international missionaries.


Southern Baptists affirm stances on sex abuse, racism

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—By overwhelming votes, Southern Baptists strengthened their stances against sexual abuse and racism during the opening day of their June 11-12 SBC annual meeting in Birmingham, Ala.


Sharing the Prize of Peace

Being awarded a Nobel Peace Prize ranks high on the list of accomplishments of Ken Brockman, a Kentucky Baptist layman. But it pales in comparison to the joy he has experienced of mission work in Belarus, a country bordering Russia that was part of the Soviet Union until declaring its independence in 1991.


The Marathon of Life

For years I've dreamed of running in the historic Boston Marathon. It is the world's oldest annual marathon and is often viewed as the pinnacle of the sport. In order to run in the race on Patriot's Day in April, a runner must first qualify by running a time on a Boston Qualifying certified course that meets an age-graded standard. Runners often refer to this simply as a "BQ."


Sunrise Program Director Presses on Toward Ultimate Prize

For Sunrise Foster Care and Family Services Program Director Renita Tackett, her work at Sunrise Children's Services is both a calling and a ministry. She openly expressed what brings her joy and fulfillment on the job: "First, it is knowing that my work is God-ordained and provides me an awesome opportunity to be an agent of His love and healing to hurting children and families," she began, "and second, it is seeing positive changes in people's lives because of the work done through Sunrise."


Sexual abuse, racism votes move to SBC messengers

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Sexual abuse and racism would draw heightened action within the Southern Baptist Convention under recommendations to be considered during the June 11-12 SBC annual meeting in Birmingham, Ala.


Abuse aftercare resource available for churches

NASHVILLE—As more stories of sexual abuse involving evangelical churches and pastors—including the Southern Baptist Convention—come to light, SBC leaders have recognized the need to be responsive and educated in caring for those within their ministries who disclose abuse experiences.


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