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A Baptist Catechism A Baptist Catechism for Boys and Girls Fox's Book of Martyrs
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God The 2000 Baptist Faith and Message   
Baptist Press (BPNews)January 18 
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  • FIRST-PERSON: The battle for your time
    "Christians live in a different time zone than anyone else," David Jeremiah writes, noting that each day is "a new opportunity for 'making the most of the time' to serve our Lord."
  • Study: Post-abortion ministry yields spiritual renewal
    Nearly 20 percent of post-abortive women who sought help from a crisis pregnancy center say their experience led them to a "deepened spiritual life," with 7.5 percent saying abortion drove them to faith in Christ, according to a study published by the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons.
  • Lottie Moon offering 4.1% above last year's pace
    Southern Baptists' support of international missions through the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering is 4.1 percent ahead of last year's October-December time frame, the IMB reports.
  • Third Evangelicals for Life event to address human dignity
    Evangelical Christians will gather for the third consecutive year in the United States' capital city beginning Thursday (Jan. 18) to speak for the sanctity of all human life.
  • SBC 2018 Dallas theme: 'Testify! Go. Stand. Speak'
    "Testify! Go. Stand. Speak." will be the theme for the 2018 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting June 12-13 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, SBC President Steve Gaines has announced.
  • Wisc. school drops appeal, transgender fight continues
    Kenosha Unified School District No. 1 had appealed a 7th Circuit decision applying gender identity to Title IX. But in the face of mounting legal bills at taxpayer expense, the district settled the lawsuit Jan. 9. A confluence of similar cases is headed to appeals courts across the country.
  • Lankford, Moore amplify separation of church & state
    Two Southern Baptists -- one a U.S. senator and the other a convention entity head -- said on Religious Freedom Day the idea of "separation of church and state" entails freedom -- rather than limitations -- to Americans in the practice of their faith.

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Baptist Press (BPNews)January 18 
RSS feed for Baptist Press (BPNews)
  • FIRST-PERSON: The battle for your time
    "Christians live in a different time zone than anyone else," David Jeremiah writes, noting that each day is "a new opportunity for 'making the most of the time' to serve our Lord."
  • Study: Post-abortion ministry yields spiritual renewal
    Nearly 20 percent of post-abortive women who sought help from a crisis pregnancy center say their experience led them to a "deepened spiritual life," with 7.5 percent saying abortion drove them to faith in Christ, according to a study published by the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons.
  • Lottie Moon offering 4.1% above last year's pace
    Southern Baptists' support of international missions through the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering is 4.1 percent ahead of last year's October-December time frame, the IMB reports.
  • Third Evangelicals for Life event to address human dignity
    Evangelical Christians will gather for the third consecutive year in the United States' capital city beginning Thursday (Jan. 18) to speak for the sanctity of all human life.
  • SBC 2018 Dallas theme: 'Testify! Go. Stand. Speak'
    "Testify! Go. Stand. Speak." will be the theme for the 2018 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting June 12-13 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, SBC President Steve Gaines has announced.
  • Wisc. school drops appeal, transgender fight continues
    Kenosha Unified School District No. 1 had appealed a 7th Circuit decision applying gender identity to Title IX. But in the face of mounting legal bills at taxpayer expense, the district settled the lawsuit Jan. 9. A confluence of similar cases is headed to appeals courts across the country.
  • Lankford, Moore amplify separation of church & state
    Two Southern Baptists -- one a U.S. senator and the other a convention entity head -- said on Religious Freedom Day the idea of "separation of church and state" entails freedom -- rather than limitations -- to Americans in the practice of their faith.