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An Interview with Carrie Gibson

Carrie Gibson has been serving God and singing for Him in the Tampa area all of her young life.  She remembers, as a child,...
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Leading like our Greatest Leader

Pentecost is the story of the birth of the church. But, if one went by the reading from Acts 2, one would imagine that...

Praying for America

My daughter never liked cleaning up after herself.  One day, many years ago, her dad was trying to cajole her into cleaning up the sea...

Junia – Sent Out To Bring In

In a long list of greetings, most of which are one liners from the Apostle Paul to many different people, Paul honors Junia with...




RSS The Baptist Press

  • EDITORIAL: La misión de evangelizar April 21, 2017
    El gran plan de Dios es que cada cristiano comparta el evangelio con las personas perdidas. La definición del evangelio se describe muy bien en I Corintio 15:1-4."Además os declaro, hermanos, el evangelio que os he predicado, el cual también recibisteis, en el cual también ...
  • Pastors' Conf. scholarships exceed projections April 21, 2017
    The Southern Baptist Convention Pastors' Conference has announced the first 30 recipients of $1,000 scholarships to attend the Pastors' Conference and SBC annual meeting this summer in Phoenix.
  • FIRST-PERSON: God gives only 2 choices April 21, 2017
    In a culture abounding with personal choices, Melanie Lenow notes that God gives only two choices: "Are we going to follow God's instructions and live in blessing or are we going to disobey and live in frustration?"
  • 9Marks, B21, Connect316 among events for SBC attendees April 21, 2017
    Several Christian ministries -- including 9Marks, B21 and Connect316 -- will offer events on topics ranging from building a healthy church amid cultural confusion to "fault lines in the Southern Baptist Convention" for messengers and others attending the SBC's June 13-14 annual meeting in Phoenix.

RSS Christianity Today

  • The March for Science Is Willing to Get Political. But Will It Welcome Religion?
    How evangelical scientists square their place in the global movement. Hundreds of thousands of researchers, educators, and doctors will take to the streets tomorrow, holding nerdy signs and sporting pins with slogans like “I Believe in Science.” For many of them, that’s not all they believe in. Evangelicals’ involvement in the upcoming March for Science […]
    Rebecca Randall
  • Cease Squirming and Know That I Am God: Why Don’t We Share the Gospel?
    We share the gospel because men and women need to know they are loved by God. I’ve seen people squirm and fidget whenever the topic of evangelism is mentioned. Of course, the reasons vary from person to person. Awkwardness I wonder if some feel awkward engaging in an activity they’ve never, or seldom, done. They […]
    Jerry Root
  • Blasphemy Blocks Re-Election of Indonesia’s Only Christian Governor
    But after losing Jakarta race, Ahok finds some favor in court. The blasphemy charges that cost Indonesia’s top Christian politician his re-election race won’t send him to jail. Just a day after Basuki Purnama—popularly known as Ahok—conceded the runoff for governor of Jakarta, prosecutors recommended a light sentence of two years probation instead of the […]
    Kate Shellnutt