SBC hotel rush draws response from Exec. Committee

October 22 2018 by Biblical Recorder Staff

Online hotel registration for the Southern Baptist Convention’s 2019 annual meeting in Birmingham, Ala., opened Oct. 12 at 8 a.m. Four minutes later, all the rooms designated for the event at on-site hotels were full. The rooms disappeared so fast that it left some Southern Baptists scratching their heads.

Read More

Candi Finch confirms termination by SWBTS

October 22 2018 by David Roach, Baptist Press

Candi Finch, a former professor at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (SWBTS), confirmed via Twitter she was terminated by the seminary’s trustees Oct. 17. “Yesterday the @swbts trustees voted to fire me,” Finch tweeted Oct. 18. “Tough day but I trust in God. It has been a great privilege to serve at swbts for over 15 years …

Read More

Appalachian church boosted by Kentucky congregation

October 22 2018 by Kentucky Today staff

A small church outside the Appalachian town of Booneville has received a huge boost from a fellow Kentucky congregation five hours away in the far western part of the state. Lerose Community Church, which serves one of the most impoverished communities in the U.S., needed a church bus to get local residents to and from services.

Read More

Pressler sexual abuse claims dismissed

October 19 2018 by David Roach, Baptist Press

A Texas court has dismissed several defendants and multiple counts in a lawsuit alleging sexual abuse by retired Texas state district judge Paul Pressler. The lawsuit filed by plaintiff Gerald Duane Rollins in October 2017 alleged sexual misconduct by Pressler and also sought to hold several other defendants responsible, including the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC).

Read More

SWBTS ‘pressing on’ with ‘refreshed orientation’

October 19 2018 by Alex Sibley, SWBTS

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s board of trustees affirmed the institution’s presidential search committee, approved actions of the trustee executive committee and conducted other business during their fall meeting Oct. 15-17. In addition to their meeting, the trustees enjoyed multiple opportunities for personal interaction with Southwestern students and faculty.

Read More

MBTS dedicates Mathena Student Center

October 19 2018 by T. Patrick Hudson, MBTS

Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (MBTS) celebrated a landmark in its history with the dedication of the new Mathena Student Center in conjunction with the fall trustee meeting Oct. 15-16 at the Kansas City, Mo., campus. The meeting’s highlights came on Tuesday in opening the 40,000-square-foot student center named for Harold and Patricia Mathena …

Read More

No single artist dominated 2018 Dove Awards

October 19 2018 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press

Cory Asbury’s “Reckless Love” ballad garnered the worship pastor three wins at the 2018 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, but no single artist dominated the night that recognizes work in 40 categories. Reckless Love was named Song of the Year, Worship Song of the Year and Worship Album of the Year at the 49th annual event …

Read More

Q&A: Erickson on family, faith and food

October 18 2018 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor

Erick Erickson, a journalist and media personality known for his strident defense of conservative politics, says a period of suffering in his life led to deep reflections on faith, family and the lack of civility in current political discussions. Those meditations resulted in a book framed as a letter to his children …

Read More

SWBTS trustees move forward, uphold Patterson firing

October 18 2018 by David Roach, Baptist Press

In a meeting characterized by unity despite differences of opinion, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s (SWBTS) trustees voted to uphold the trustee executive committee’s decision in May to terminate former president Paige Patterson. Trustees revisited Patterson’s termination at their Oct. 15-17 meeting based on a motion, referred to Southwestern by the Southern Baptist Convention in June …

Read More

ERLC panel: Openness about brokenness needed

October 18 2018 by Tom Strode, Baptist Press

Christians need to be more open about their personal and family brokenness to give hope to those inside and outside the church, panelists said Oct. 12 during the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission’s (ERLC) annual national conference. The panel addressed “The Sin-shattered Family: Gospel Hope for Broken Families and Broken Homes” …

Read More

Displaying results 41-50 (of 3992)
 |<  <  1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - 10  >  >|