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February 25, 2015

Gallaty: We must replicate disciples

February 24, 2015 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor
CP Robby Gallaty said he is a product of discipleship: “How different would my life be today if I had never been discipled? … How different would the lives of our people be if we got serious about ... making disciples?”

Immigration ruling: 'beyond mere enforcement'

February 24, 2015 by David Roach, Baptist Press
The Obama administration appealed a federal judge’s ruling blocking implementation of a program that potentially grants “legal presence” to 4 million illegal immigrants.

Southeastern hosts interracial dialogue
for community

February 23, 2015 by Ali Dixon, SEBTS Communications
The aim of the event was to facilitate dialogue in an environment where each person has a voice. Organizers hope to begin developing strategies to cultivate racial harmony.

'Inclusive' Ala. church may be disfellowshipped

February 20, 2015 by David Roach, Baptist Press
A Baptist association's officers recommended that their executive board withdraw fellowship from Weatherly Heights Baptist Church, whose leaders have given their pastor freedom to perform same-sex weddings.



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Blume: When words become meaningless
Southern Baptists seek racial diversity

Allan Blume
K. Allan Blume
BR Editor

AAEO begins Sunday 

Monday’s One Story conference on disciple making was outstanding. Each speaker was on target – biblically and practically. Beginning today you can read stories about the event. The first story features Robby Gallaty. He likened the drama of his personal story to the conversion of the Apostle Paul. Today God is using him to shape a new movement of disciple making. Be encouraged and challenged as you read "Gallaty: We must replicate disciples." Watch for more stories from this conference.

I am deeply concerned about the systematic abuse of words that are at the core of our Christian convictions – words like peace, love, marriage and liberty. There are many others that liberalism has targeted in a campaign of destruction. Read this week’s editorial and let me know if you share my concerns.

Next week is the big week! Sunday launches the week of prayer for the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions. The Biblical Recorder has featured several articles in recent editions that tell the story of some North American Mission Board (NAMB) missionaries who are supported by this vital offering. Pray every day for at least one NAMB missionary. Read some of their stories:

From jailer to church planter 

Toronto just part of Daniel Yang’s story

Church plant & NAMB farm system prepare future leaders

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