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  • Crossover Dallas, Harvest America crusade proclaim gospel

    June 12 2018 by Josie Rabbit Bingham, North American Mission Board | with 0 comments
    Crossover Dallas, Harvest America crusade proclaim gospel

    “I’m not here to talk to you about religion,” Pastor Greg Laurie told the crowd Sunday evening (June 10) at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, for the Crossover Dallas Harvest America crusade. “I’m here to talk to you about a relationship with God that you can experience,” he said. “Christ can fill that big hole …

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  • God’s ‘rules of engagement’ urged amid turmoil

    July 15 2016 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    God’s ‘rules of engagement’ urged amid turmoil

    Appeals for pertinent action amid turmoil following the killings of two black men and five white policemen were issued during a conference designed to strengthen black churches and families. As more than 800 gathered at the Black Church Leadership and Family Conference, leaders peppered sermons and seminars with advice drawn from Scripture.

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  • Dallas shootings yield ‘beginning of revival’

    July 13 2016 by David Roach, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Dallas shootings yield ‘beginning of revival’

    Holding interracial prayer gatherings, ministering to grieving police officers in the emergency room and hosting a question-and-answer session with police are among the ways Dallas-area Southern Baptists have responded to the violent killings of five police officers last week. The assassinations occurred within days of police killing two black civilians under questionable circumstances.

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  • Ebola sorrow, prayer voiced in Dallas

    October 10 2014 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Ebola sorrow, prayer voiced in Dallas

    A prayer vigil for the family of Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person to die of Ebola in the U.S., was held Wednesday at Wilshire Baptist Church in Dallas, where Duncan’s fiancé is a member. Joining pastor George Mason were about 200 people, including representatives of the 10,000 Liberian nationals who live in Dallas…

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  • Coach: Career opened opportunities to make a difference

    December 19 2011 by Roman Gabriel III, Special to the Recorder | with 0 comments
    Coach: Career opened opportunities to make a difference

    Former three-time Dallas Cowboy Super Bowl champion Bill Bates is proving that life after football has provided him with an even greater opportunity to influence thousands of young people.

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  • Church seeks to revitalize neighborhood

    October 22 2008 by Steve DeVane, BR Managing Editor | with 0 comments

    Hardin Baptist Church, a predominantly white congregation in Dallas, has launched an effort to revitalize an African American neighborhood in the southeastern part of town. Austin Rammell, the church’s pastor, said there was a reason for the church’s decision to help empower the community.

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