Overturning Myths Related to Sexual Abuse and the Church
J.D. Greear, President of the SBC, gives an address at the 2019 Caring Well Conference on overturning myths related to sexual abuse and the church.
A Surprising and Informative Look at an Infamous Southern Baptist
Baptist History is filled with controversies. Baptists have quarreled over issues ranging from missions to communion to evolution. Southern Baptists have not been exempt from such disputes. With the exception of the Conservative Resurgence, the greatest controversy Southern Baptists have experienced was the Whitsitt Controversy during the late 19th century. Unfortunately, while dozens of books have been written about how Southern Baptists reclaimed Biblical inerrancy during…
Sermon-Ephesians Week 20 by Bartlesville Southern Baptist Church
Watch Bartlesville Southern Baptist Church's Sermon-Ephesians Week 20 on Livestream.com. A verse by verse study of the book of Ephesians. The Book of Ephesians is a survival manual—it equips believers to thrive in a world that often rejects the message of Jesus Christ. Paul the Apostle writes to encourage believers to live well This week we will look at “Filled With The Holy Spirit” in EPHESIANS 5:18-21. PLEASE NOTE: We will only be broadcasting the sermon and not the worship portion of our…
Sermon-Ephesians Week 13 by Bartlesville Southern Baptist Church
Watch Bartlesville Southern Baptist Church's Sermon-Ephesians Week 13 on Livestream.com. A verse by verse study of the book of Ephesians. The Book of Ephesians is a survival manual—it equips believers to thrive in a world that often rejects the message of Jesus Christ. Paul the Apostle writes to encourage believers to live well. This week we will look at “The Victorious Christ.” in Ephesians 4:5-10. PLEASE NOTE: We will only be broadcasting the sermon and not the worship portion of our service.
Bethel Baptist Church
Each Member by becoming a Member or continuing to be a Member assents to the following agreement among the Members. This agreement shall be known as the Covenant … We believe the Holy Spirit led each of us personally1 to receive the Lord Jesus Christ as our Savior, 2 and we have declared our faith by word3 and baptism. 4 Because of this, we willingly enter into a covenant with all the members of Bethel Baptist Church, as one body in Christ. 5…
Why I'm staying in the Southern Baptist Convention
Gabriel C. Stovall, pastor of a church in Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward, recounts dialogue and changes of heart he has experienced that stir him to remain in the Southern Baptist Convention.
Russell Moore on What Christians Should Know about Transgenderism
Russell Moore gives 3 areas churches need to prepare as they address transgenderism in the community: theology of gender, stereotypes, and discipleship.
Why the Southern Baptists Won't Solve Their Abuse Problem
Signposts: Senator Ben Sasse and Russell Moore talk about how perpetual adolescence hurts the church
In this episode of Signposts I sit down with Senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska. We talk how perpetual adolescence hurts the church and about his new book, The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming-of-Age Crisis–and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance. Listen... Read More
How Southern Baptists Addressed the 1960s Cuban Refugee Crisis
When the Cuban refugees came to US shores in the sixties, Southern Baptists responded. How will we respond to the refugee crises of our day?
FIRST-PERSON: Southern Baptists weigh 'What Now?'
Ed Stetzer notes that Southern Baptists are on a path of accelerating decline in membership, baptisms and weekly worship attendance. If the trend line continues, Stetzer writes, 'soon the SBC will be declining at 2 percent a year, then 3 percent, then....'
Southern Baptists appoint 20 new missionaries to the nations
Omar Loza accepted Jesus as his Savior in his home country of Peru. Part of 20 newly appointed missionaries, now he's taking the gospel to the nations.
Why Russell Moore Matters
He's an especially credible voice for Christian values in post-Christian America
How Can the Church Offer Healing in Response To Sexual Abuse?
CBF Executive Coordinator Paul Baxley preached the following sermon on World Communion Sunday, October 7, 2018, while serving as senior pastor of First Baptist Church, Athens, Ga. This sermon is pa…
UNITY IN THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION: What Threatens It and What Brings It
One of the greatest challenges we face as a convention of churches is unity. Throughout Scripture, unity is evident. We are called upon again and again to unify, meaning to walk in oneness, to be like-minded, to walk in agreement, and to live in a harmonious manner Psalm 133:1: “How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in harmony!” Both harmony and unity are used in this verse, depending on the translation. 5 Major Threats to Unity I want to address…
Southern Baptists helping start 100,000 new groups
LifeWay Christian Resources is challenging churches to start 100,000 new Bible study groups by the end of this year. This initiative, a partnership between churches, state conventions and LifeWay, …
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Full-time, master's level students may be eligible for financial aid from Southern Seminary.
Why Baptists Are Leaving the Local Church
Tom Cheyney & Rodney Harrison, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary discuss issues that churches are facing today. People don't since God's presence, they're looking for Him. They're looking for a sense of joy, a sense of vision, a sense of purpose and a sense of mission. Click the logo to listen
For sex abuse trauma, churches must be 'trustworthy'
NASHVILLE (BP) - Attempted suicide, drug overdoses, hatred of God and ruined teenage years are among the effects of sexual abuse described in a Feb. 11 Houston Chronicle report on sexual abuse among Southern Baptists.
What You See With The Southern Baptist
What You See With The Southern Baptist www.atlah.org The manning Report What You See With The Southern Baptist (2 May 2018) ~ twitter.com/DrJam...