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The many multiethnic faces of Southern Baptists

When regenerate followers of Christ discuss race relations in America in general, or in the SBC, we should do so without being overly critical or biting toward one another. Ad hominem attacks only engender more heat than light. No one is edified. The apostle Paul chastised the church at Galatia to avoid "biting and devouring one another lest those in the church destroy one another" (Galatians 5:15).


Executive Committee to vote on pres. nominee April 2

DALLAS—The Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee will hold a special called meeting in Dallas April 2 to vote on a presidential nominee, EC chairman Mike Stone announced March 19.


Baptist leaders praise housing allowance ruling

CHICAGO—Southern Baptist entity leaders applauded a federal appeals court decision March 15 upholding the constitutionality of the ministerial housing allowance.


Nik & Ruth Ripken

Celebrating missionaries retiring to Kentucky

"Stay in the story." That's the advice Nik and Ruth Ripken, retiring IMB missionaries, offer the next generation.

"Don't quit before you see all that God has for you. Don't get sidetracked," Ruth said.


Learning to defend the gospel

Students at Clear Creek are blessed to sit under great professors and scholars in the class rooms on our campus every day to be equipped for God's calling on their lives. We are blessed to have such gifted professors here who literally pour into our students for the time they are here studying.


Even if just for a short time

As the president of Oneida Baptist Institute, I spend much of my time interacting with adults and many days find myself having limited interaction with our students. Sometimes I have to be very intentional about spending time with our young people and my spirits are almost always lifted after doing so.


From the cockpit to the pulpit

Since he was a little boy, Jim Ewing had known he wanted to be an Air Force pilot.

It was a passion that drove him as a teenager to make the best grades possible in hopes of getting into the Air Force Academy —an ambition that he would achieve.


How to reach people no one else is reaching

"To reach people no one else is reaching you have to do things no one else is doing." This mantra has been quoted over and over by church planters and is being lived out by Darrin Miller and the members of Riverwoods Baptist Church in Benton and Murray, Ky.


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