"Mas gracias sean dadas a Dios, que nos da la victoria por medio de nuestro Señor Jesucristo" 1 Cor. 15:57 ...
Today's From the States features items from: Baptist Message (Louisiana); Southern Baptist TEXAN; Baptist Messenger (Oklahoma)<br>
A federal judge's impending ruling on Texas' dismemberment abortion ban could determine whether abortionists are allowed to end the life of an unborn baby by pulling it apart or whether they are required to remove it piecemeal only after its heart has stopped beating.
Illinois Baptist State Association churches were challenged during their annual meeting to make "Pioneering Spirit" commitments in the areas of church planting, evangelism, giving and leadership development.
Messengers to the Tennessee Baptist Convention overwhelmingly spoke against racism in a resolution adopted during the Nov. 12-16 sessions of The Summit.
Messengers to the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware, in a unity-themed meeting, approved an increase from 43.5 percent to 48 percent in their Cooperative Program funding allocation for Southern Baptist Convention causes.
A new edition of the Greek New Testament, biblical scholars say, may help pastors and other Bible students gain new insight on the way early manuscripts rendered Scripture.
Ronnie Floyd notes that churches, denominations, ministries and the prayer movement in American cannot be separated from evangelism. "Every Christian needs to pray for others to come to faith in Jesus Christ," he writes.
Minn. Wis. Baptists continue toward their goal of forwarding 50 percent of Cooperative Program receipts to the Southern Baptist Convention missions and ministry, moving from 22 percent this year to 32 percent next year.
Jim Webley was wearing an Ozzy Osbourne shirt in church on the day God began to turn his life around. Now he is the pastor of a congregation that has transformed a Montana town.