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  • Biblical truth called key to strong family, revival

    November 4 2016 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Biblical truth called key to strong family, revival

    The family is likened to a football team with the husband as the quarterback, God as the coach, and the wife as a supporting team member in an analogy used by Kentucky Pastor Joel Bowman Sr. in upholding biblical authority in the family and church.

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  • C.S. Lewis more popular 50 years after his death

    November 22 2013 by Sarah Pulliam Bailey, Religion News Service | with 0 comments
    C.S. Lewis more popular 50 years after his death

    As the nation marks the 50th anniversary of the death of President John F. Kennedy today, many Christians will also pause to recall the death of C.S. Lewis, who died the same day, just one week short of his 65th birthday.

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  • Ziglar, ‘America’s motivator,’ conveyed hope, joy

    November 30 2012 by Jerry Pierce, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Ziglar, ‘America’s motivator,’ conveyed hope, joy

    For the past seven years, Jay Hellwig would accompany Zig Ziglar to business meetings and speaking engagements worldwide – often sharing platforms with world leaders in business, politics and entertainment. Sometimes, he would sit across from Ziglar at his kitchen table as he finished up his Bible reading or his daily newspaper.

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  • Anonymous author embraces obscurity, humility

    November 28 2012 by Russ Rankin, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Anonymous author embraces obscurity, humility

    The world is filled with people who live and die in anonymity. To those who yearn for true success as modeled by Jesus, the anonymous author of a new book points toward humility, service, sacrifice and surrender. The author of “Embracing Obscurity: Becoming Nothing in Light of God’s Everything,” released by B&H Publishing Group, chose to publish under the name “Anonymous” and to maintain nearly complete anonymity.

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  • Moody honors Gary Chapman

    August 31 2012 by Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Moody honors Gary Chapman

    Moody Bible Institute and its seminary have established The Gary D. Chapman Chair for Marriage and Family, which has been endowed by a gift from Chapman, a 1958 graduate of Moody, and his wife Karolyn. It is the first endowed chair in Moody’s 126-year history, according to an Aug. 28 news release, and will serve as Moody’s “voice on marriage and family.”

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  • N.C. pastor shares inspiration behind new book

    The Biblical Recorder recently interviewed Rit Varriale, pastor of Elizabeth Baptist Church in Shelby, N.C., about his book Reformation in Responsibility: A New Ethic for a New Era. The book was released in March. He shared the inspiration behind the book and why he believes Christians should not only read it but respond to the message.

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