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  • Missouri Baptist university urged to clarify faith statement

    July 18 2019 by Missouri Pathway Staff | with 0 comments
    Missouri Baptist university urged to clarify faith statement

    Southwest Baptist University’s (SBU) Statement of Faith has not been implemented effectively across the fabric of the university, according to an external peer assessment committee that completed its work there in June. The committee, which...

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  • Henard to transition from West Virgina executive director

    William D. “Bill” Henard, executive director-treasurer of the West Virginia Convention of Southern Baptists since 2015, has accepted a call to pastor First Baptist Church in Athens, Tenn., the convention reported in a July 17 news...

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  • Vietnamese Baptists to aim for year-round ministry

    The Vietnamese Baptist Union of North America celebrated their largest-ever annual meeting – 1,500 attendees – when they gathered for four days in Atlanta. In their 35th annual meeting, the group adopted a new name, the Vietnamese...

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  • Cambodian Baptists regaining generational unity

    July 18 2019 by Tobin Perry | with 0 comments
    Cambodian Baptists regaining generational unity

    Seang Yiv has been part of the Cambodian Southern Baptist Fellowship for nearly 30 years, but he’s never heard a prayer quite like the one shared by Timothy Sieng at the fellowship’s recent meeting. “He expressed his love for his...

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  • Hurricane leaves Louisiana thankful for less impact

    July 17 2019 by Brian Blackwell and Philip Timothy, Baptist Message | with 0 comments
    Hurricane leaves Louisiana thankful for less impact

    The devastation from Hurricane Barry was less than anticipated in Louisiana based on forecasts, but for those who sustained damage it does not lessen the impact they felt. Several Louisiana Baptist churches reported that facilities suffered from...

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  • Refugee crisis: NOBTS students share gospel

    July 17 2019 by Gary D. Myers, NOBTS | with 0 comments
    Refugee crisis: NOBTS students share gospel

    Amid the fading beauty of central Athens, not far from the ancient ruins that draw so many tourists, a monumental refugee crisis persists. Along with suffering and uncertainty, the unfolding crisis offers an unprecedented opportunity for gospel...

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  • Churchgoers demonstrate deep faith but room to grow

    July 17 2019 by Carol Pipes, LifeWay Christian Resources | with 0 comments
    Churchgoers demonstrate deep faith but room to grow

    When it comes to trusting God, Protestant churchgoers exercise a great deal of faith in their daily lives – whether in difficult circumstances or when the unexplainable happens, a new study released July 16 shows. The 2019 Discipleship...

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  • Pew: Christian, Muslim persecution most widespread

    July 17 2019 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Pew: Christian, Muslim persecution most widespread

    Christians and Muslims are persecuted in more countries than any other religious group, Pew Research Center said in a decade-long study showing high levels of persecution in 42 percent of countries studied. Christians and Muslims, the largest and...

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