Jeff Brumley

Jeff Brumley

Jeff Brumley is assistant editor of Baptist News Global.

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On their own: The challenges, blessings of being sole pastors of small churches

Financial difficulties and feelings of isolation are overshadowed by the loyalty and humility found in small churches by the pastors that lead them — often alone.

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Chaplain: Military trains you to see ministry as God’s work, not yours

Air Force Maj. Chuck Seligman, a chaplain endorsed by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, said it’s challenging to leave people and ministries behind every three or four years. But that constant round of rotations helps remind him and other chaplains whose work they are really doing through their service.

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B.H. Carroll sees new administrative hub as key to decentralized, virtual future

The Carroll Center is the institute’s newly purchased administrative hub in Irving, Texas, finally giving it a permanent home, leaders say.

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‘Soul lockdown’ afflicts nation, inspires tragedies like S.C. church shooting, activist says

Iva Carruthers says a spiritual malady prevents Americans from seeing systemic racism behind police brutality, shootings and tragic events. The New Baptist Covenant says its covenants of action are one way correct the condition.

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Baptists must do more to help immigrants, advocate says

A Texas Baptist who leads immigration centers says too many Baptists and other Christians lack awareness of the suffering of immigrants, including children.

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Pray for McKinney while in Dallas, ministers urge CBF Baptists

With the CBF’s General Assembly in Dallas, some pastors say it’s a perfect opportunity to raise awareness around issues of police brutality.

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Connecting faith and sports can be challenging, says seminary professor

A top athlete himself, John White says it can be difficult getting athletes, coaches and teams to see the value in acknowledging their bodies belong to Christ.

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Baptist scholars urge churches adopt in-depth theological teaching for lay people

Baptists and other Christians educated about the history of Scripture, church and doctrine make better disciples, experts say.

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Public church discipline case a reminder of Baptist past, if not present

Experts say the church discipline case at the Village Church in Dallas is a throwback to times when congregations more aggressively policed their own.

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Waco shoot-out distorts their experience with bikers, say some Baptists

Some Baptists are saying the shooting misrepresents those bikers who ride for fellowship and the gospel.

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