A man prepares food at a South Asian mosque for the evening meal to break the day’s fast during Ramadan. In Arabic, the meal is called “Iftar.” Muslims around the world fast during Ramadan. They break the fast at the time of the evening call to prayer. Mosques offer free Iftar meals. IMB SOUTH ASIA […]
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As we did in October, we are going to be providing Georgia Baptists with voter guides. These new guides are intended to help you choose the candidates you will vote for in the January 5 Senate Runoff. It is important once again that you know as much as possible on the candidate’s positions on issues […]
GBC President Robby Foster presides at the Nov. 9 annual meeting as parliamentarian Dennis Conway, standing, and Georgia Baptist Communications Director Scott Smith, seated, assist. On the screen, GBC Vice President Grady Caldwell, standing, monitors voting from the chapel at Ingleside Baptist Church before reporting back to the main sanctuary. SCOTT BARKLEY/Index DULUTH — A clear, smooth […]
Congregants gather for worship at Cave Spring FBC. SCOTT BARKLEY/Index CAVE SPRING — The town of Cave Spring can appear to be more active than its population of a little over 1,000 suggests. Tourists flock to the antique stores dotting the picturesque town square. They can also get a snack at Martha Jane’s Fudge Shop, […]
The Sending Celebration was scheduled to be held in Alabama at the annual Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions meeting. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the celebration was held virtually.
By Aaron Earls NASHVILLE (BP) – Even though the pandemic may change Thanksgiving celebrations this year, Americans still express thankfulness for their family and friends. According to a survey from Nashville-based LifeWay Research, more than 4 in 5 Americans (84%) say they are thankful for their family. Sizable majorities also note being thankful for health (69%), […]
As many organizations regroup and alter services due to COVID-19, Camp Kaleo in Forsyth is essentially back to business as usual.
“God had something better in mind this year.”
“…there was never a doubt he was sold out to the Lord.”
“Our hope is singular and simple. Keep His Word; defend His Word; follow His Word.”