At the end of the term he attended your retreat and that was when he had an encounter with God.
… speakers challenged the approximately 80 students to defend Christianity through logical arguments and reason.
“My hope is when students think about their faith they’ll live in confidence of what Christ has done.”
SAVANNAH — Stepping in front of a crowded Calvary Baptist Temple sanctuary Nov. 15, Mackenzie Ford spoke from experience on her award-winning speech “For Such a Time as This.” Ford, a student at the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega, began crafting her speech last March as a senior at Lowndes County High School. Delivering […]
The number of those raised in a religiously-mixed home remains relatively small. However, that figure grows each passing generation.
This is the second of a dozen stories highlighting the upcoming annual meeting of the Georgia Baptist Convention in Savannah. The stories, which will be published on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for the next four weeks, will include both convention-related content and a look at how the Savannah Baptist Association is making a Kingdom impact […]
“You’re wanting to help kids with their education and you care about the gospel.”
DULUTH — Now is the time for pastors and other church staff to nominate deserving high school seniors for the Georgia Baptist Student Achievement Award. This Cooperative Program-funded scholarship is available to GBC-affiliated church members who maintain high academic standards. Recipients receive $1,000 each year for up to four years while enrolled at Brewton-Parker College, Shorter University, or Truett McConnell University. Students do […]
It’s no surprise those in the South who actively practice their faith revealed higher numbers of “strongly agree.”
Consider making it a major goal this year to live for Jesus more than you ever have.
“I don’t know where we would be without quality students from quality churches, giving our campers quality experiences.”
“I have never been so impressed with such a high degree of spiritual maturity than I was this year.”