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Students at FUGE camps relish each year's missions infusion Summer camps operated by LifeWay Christian Resources continue a long history of missions involvement, with some 100,000 campers in grades three through 12 donating more than $600,000 this summer to support a variety of missions initiatives.
Benghazi victim was U.S. church staffer American teacher Ronnie Smith, who was gunned down during his morning jog near the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, served on staff at Austin Stone Community Church in Austin, Texas, before moving to Libya.
Baptists help Kenyans transform lives Southern Baptist missionary Chad Pumpelly and his team are working to see Kenyan college students transformed by Jesus into committed believers who boldly share their faith on campus and in other countries.
Christ is worthy of your all Tom Elliff, IMB president, explains that when someone decides to completely give their lives to God and be His ... heart, hands, voice, "the Lord then moves into places of incredible effectiveness."
Hawaii names Christopher Martin as exec The Hawaii Pacific Baptist Convention has chosen Christopher Martin, pastor of Lahaina Baptist Church in Maui, as its next executive director.
Hawaii Baptists stand for biblical marriage Messengers to the 71st annual meeting of the Hawaii Pacific Baptist Convention approved a resolution upholding traditional marriage just days before same-sex marriage was legalized, making Hawaii the 15th state to embrace the practice.
Kan.-Neb. Baptists overcoming isolation With nearly half the counties in Kansas and Nebraska lacking Southern Baptist churches, congregations there must purposefully connect to overcome the isolation they face, the president of the Kansas-Nebraska Convention of Southern Baptists noted during their annual meeting.
Mont. Baptists increase budget Nearly 90 messengers and more than 50 guests gathered for the annual meeting of the Montana Southern Baptist Convention at Westside Baptist Church in Great Falls.
Ala. Baptists seek to be 'Life Changers' BP Ledger, Dec. 9 edition Today's BP Ledger contains items from: Union University California Baptist University Campbellsville University
WORLDVIEW: Mandela & the power of forgiveness Columnist Erich Bridges discusses the strong example of forgiveness set by former South African President Nelson Mandela and how other African nations would benefit from heeding it.
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