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There’s a lot on our cultural plate. Tensions are high. That makes it challenging to be a leader of any church.Read More
Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Here’s why.Read More
Monday, July 6, 2015
Many white Southerners suffer from a deep-seated identity crisis. Why?Read More
Friday, July 3, 2015
Do we lack an awareness of how we come across to those outside the church?Read More
Thursday, July 2, 2015
The past few weeks reflect the “incongruity between what might be expected and what actually occurs.”Read More
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Who will go to Destination Unknown?
“Destination Unknown.” That was the stated course of the troop ship on which...
Following up: Further Reflections on Al Mohler, Racism, Inerrancy, and Theological Education
By Kate Hanch Following up: Further Reflections on Al Mohler, Racism, Inerrancy, and Theological...
Riding the winds of change: How we can adjust to the same-sex marriage ruling
Goodness! There has been a virtual flood of words since the U. S....
Remembering James Dunn
By Cherilyn Crowe of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty James M. Dunn:...
Remarks at James Dunn’s Retirement Dinner
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D.C. church focuses on next generation with Explorer Camp
The ministry is one way National Baptist Memorial Church engages its economically and ethnically diverse neighborhood.
Two young immigrants fleeing violence find refuge — and ministry — in U.S.
For two Salvadoran sisters who were part of the recent immigration “surge,” reuniting with their mother in Virginia also meant finding Baptists with open arms.
Weekly communion heals, unites N.C. church and community
At First Baptist Church on Highland Avenue in Winston-Salem, N.C., a weekly Friday service offering communion is forging fellowship both among church members and different…
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