K. Allan Blume
  • Is Houston coming to your door next?

    October 20 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 2 comments

    When news broke out of Houston, Texas, Oct. 15, most of us were thinking, this cannot be true. It must be a cruel joke.   Houston’s city attorney issued subpoenas demanding certain pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or with the city’s first openly lesbian mayor, Annise Parker.

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  • The powerless church

    October 7 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 1 comments

    Is your church experiencing the power of God in weekly worship services and in the ministries of the church throughout the week? When the people in your community look at the church, do they immediately think of the mighty power of the God you serve?   I gave some serious thought to these questions as I listened to Mel Blackaby, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Jonesboro, Ga.

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  • Is homosexuality a secondary issue?

    September 9 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 1 comments

    The culture police and liberal Christian leaders are trying to convince Christians to give up our opposition to homosexual marriage. According to them we should roll over and play dead since it is “inevitable” and since “everyone” is embracing the movement.

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  • Revival is like judgment day

    August 26 2014 by K. Allan Blume | with 2 comments

    Do we really want to see genuine revival come to America and the world? Are we desperately hungry for a great spiritual awakening today?   J. Edwin Orr is likely the greatest scholar, teacher and proponent of spiritual awakening in the past century.

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  • Extremists at work

    August 12 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 1 comments

    It is not uncommon to be convinced you are right, believing that your way is the best way or the only way. The sin nature enforces the element of pride that insists on self-superiority. Extremists are generally described as those who demand that others submit to their way under the threat of force or death.

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  • Each church is unique

    July 29 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 0 comments

    Churches come in all sizes. Across the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) there are churches that will see a dozen people in weekly worship attendance. Then there is the largest SBC church, NewSpring Community Church in Anderson S. C. , that reported 27,158 in weekly attendance last year.

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  • Fifty-six men chose liberty

    June 30 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 4 comments

    On July 4, 1776, the Congress of the 13 United States of America voted to give their full approval to a declaration that severed the newly formed nation forever from its mother country. Fifty-six men affixed their signatures to the bottom of the document called, “A Declaration by the Representatives of the United States of America, in General Congress Assembled.

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  • Pray for revival

    June 17 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 0 comments

    Almost 5,300 messengers went to the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) meeting in Baltimore last week to elect a new president, to hear reports on ministries that span the world and to declare that our convictions have not changed. We still believe the Bible, which means we oppose sin, but we favor all that brings glory to God.

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  • Back from the dead

    May 20 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 1 comments

    Michael Moore began his chapel message saying, “My name is not Lazarus, but I am back from the dead, and I want to tell you about it. ”   He recently spoke to the employees of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina in their weekly chapel.

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  • Moore: Gospel addresses sexuality in culture

    May 6 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 0 comments

    Russell Moore was elected the eighth president of Southern Baptists’ Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) on March 26, 2013. He is charged by Southern Baptists with addressing moral and religious freedom issues.   He has faced no shortage of issues, meetings, interviews and speaking engagements in his first year on the job.

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  • So, what’s your authority?

    April 22 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 0 comments

    Everyone has a beginning point for what they believe. You may call it a foundation or an ultimate authority. It is the source for how one behaves and what a person really believes is true.   For some that authority is oneself. This person makes up the rules of life as they go along, with pleasure, desire and personal preference at the center of their world.

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  • Hypocrisy dominates culture wars

    April 8 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 2 comments

    For more than 20 years secularists have been saturating American minds with their list of the ultimate evils.   Their propaganda machine has successfully convinced many that the enemies of a great nation are the intolerant, bullies, narrow-minded and hate mongers.

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  • Your ‘information missionaries’

    March 11 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 0 comments

    Information is power! Information can change the course of history. When the infantry marches into battle, one piece of intelligence information can make the difference between victory or defeat. When a squadron of fighter jets flies toward an assigned target, one piece of information can make the difference in life and death.

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  • The problem with missions

    February 25 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 1 comments

    We believe in doing missions. We’re not interested in just talking about it or thinking about it. Obeying the final commission of our Savior is part of our theological DNA. It is at the core of how we “do church. ” North Carolina Baptists want to do missions.

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  • Give us religious liberty!

    February 11 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 1 comments

    The battle for religious liberty is never-ending. Every chapter of history records stories of citizens in many nations who have been denied the basic human right to worship as they choose. Most who were denied this right were Christians. But other religious groups have been robbed of their freedoms, also.

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