This week’s Bible study is adapted from The Gospel Project curriculum. Bible Passage: Isaiah 44:1-20 Discussion Questions: Why do people, even believers, succumb to the temptation of …
DULUTH, Ga. – A revived Hurricane Ian pounded coastal South Carolina on Friday, ripping apart piers and flooding streets after the ferocious storm caused catastrophic damage in Florida, trapping thousands in their homes and leaving at least 17 people dead.
RICHMOND, Va. – International Mission Board trustees have approved the appointment of 22 additional missionaries to help take the gospel to the world and approved a $282,700,000 budget for next year.
MOUNT VERNON, Ga. — Brewton-Parker College has been named one of the top ten most ethnically diverse Regional Colleges for the South region. The 2023 U.S. News and World Reports Best Colleges surveys rate colleges on the regional and national level, with BPC ranking regionally in two categories. Since last year, BPC has moved categories from the National Liberal Arts Colleges lists to the Regional Colleges - South list. This region has a total of 132 schools.
It was the strangest thing: all of a sudden, she looked older. Much older. Her face was all wrinkly. She saw it every time she looked in the mirror. And her legs, they had varicose veins. Everywhere. She’d never noticed those. Something strange must have happened during the surgery. She would need to mention it all to her doctor when she went for follow up. Mrs. Wright just had cataracts removed. Now she was seeing things she’d never seen before.
MOUNT VERNON, Ga. — Brewton-Parker College English professor Dr. Grant C. Lilford and his daughter, Candace Lilford, presented separate papers at the East/Southeast Regional Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and Literature at Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Virginia.
BEAVERDAM, Va. – Georgia Pastor Jeremy Morton challenged a fresh crew of International Mission Board missionaries to always keep an intimate relationship with Jesus their top priority. “Intimacy with Jesus gives us the clarity we need to navigate the complexity of our world,” he said.
NASHVILLE (BP) — In a post on Twitter Wednesday morning, former Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary President Adam W. Greenway announced that he would not be moving to a new position with the International Mission Board.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (BP) – Missouri Baptists are mourning the loss – and celebrating the life – of Don Hinkle, 68, founding editor of The Pathway. Many have expressed their condolences in comments to a Sept. 22 post on The Pathway’s Facebook page sharing the news of Hinkle’s death.
LOUDON, Tenn. (BP) – John Condra recalls the first rehearsal of The CenturyMen, a 100-member male chorus organized in 1969 in the days of the Southern Baptist Radio and Television Commission. “When we got through singing,” said Condra, who was then music minister at First Baptist Church of Montgomery, Ala., “normally you talk or something. Nobody said a word. We just kind of looked at each other and said, ‘Where in the world did that sound come from?’