CLEVELAND, Ga. – Chaplains working with police departments across the country could receive their training through Truett McConnell University under an arrangement announced Thursday.
DULUTH, Ga. – In the television world where adult themes often find their way even into sitcoms and gameshows, believers now have an alternative that offers authentically Christian and theological sound programming.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Emerging from the pandemic, most churches don’t seem to be underwater financially, but many are treading water.
CARTERSVILLE, Ga. (BP) – The look in his gunner’s eyes told Marine Cpl. Daniel Weathers that danger approached from behind.
WAVERLY, Tenn. (BP) – Southern Baptists are continuing disaster relief efforts in Waverly, Tenn., after the area experienced record levels of rainfall in early August, resulting in more than 20 deaths and immense property damage.
ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) – At the end of this year, Dhati Lewis, president of the North American Mission Board’s church planting arm, Send Network, will transition from his position to devote himself to launching BLVD, an initiative to empower disciple-makers serving majority-minority, multiethnic communities.
RINGGOLD, Ga. – A 90-year-old Ringgold man has raised more than $400,000 over the past 36 years for Georgia Baptist Children’s Homes by collecting and selling aluminum cans and recyclables.
ALPHARETTA, Ga. — The continent’s largest church planting network, the North American Mission Board’s Send Network, has launched NewChurches.com, a comprehensive digital resource hub for church planting.
PALMETTO, Ga. – A tent revival at a Georgia senior living center where seven people made “faith decisions” last month shows a continuing trend of older Americans turning to Jesus.
Stephen Peeples, a gracious, humble, and passionate servant of Christ, is pastor of Roopville Road Baptist Church. He commented, “Our purpose is to preach the Word, love the people, be on mission and just be who we are.” It is good for a church to have a distinctive identity.