Fred Luter honored for his years of service as a pastor and Southern Baptist leader. By Marilyn Stewart NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Fred Luter, pastor of Franklin Avenue Baptist Church in New Orleans, was honored by New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College Tuesday, with the announcement that a commemorative brick paver would be […]
By Timothy Cockes NEW ORLEANS (BP) – After spending time this summer volunteering at the Baptist Friendship House in New Orleans, medical school student Megan Duggins knew she had to take a proactive approach to the issue of human trafficking. Currently a student at Eastern Virginia Medical School, Duggins spent multiple days a week volunteering with […]
The building of First Baptist Church Gulfport, Miss., was destroyed in Hurricane Katrina. The church now sits 10 miles further inland. BP file photo By Diana Chandler GULFPORT, Miss. (BP) — The 15th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina will found Gulfport Pastor Jimmy Stewart praying where First Baptist Church stood before Katrina destroyed it. But Stewart’s […]
Harrington’s street ministry message was bold and simple. “God loves you just as you are.”
By Eddy Oliver NEW ORLEANS — About 125 members of the Jubalheirs women’s chorus descended on the city of New Orleans during the week of March 5 for a time of ministry and concerts in the Crescent City. The group began their trip by singing a concert to nearly 1,000 at Edgewood Baptist Church in […]
Puckett will serve with part-time duties at BPC as well as Daniell Association.
Pastors and lay leaders around Georgia were recognized for their scholastic efforts through a New Orleans Seminary program that seeks to expand opportunities for theological education.
Two Baptist seminaries are among numerous organizations offering housing options for International Mission Board missionaries returning stateside as part of the IMB budget restructuring. At New Orleans Seminary, ten campus housing units will be made available rent-free. In addition, a campus-wide special IMB offering is being set for Nov. 3 during the annual Global Missions […]
Dear Christian Leaders, Please be careful when discussing presidential candidates publicly. I am not suggesting that you should disengage from politics. Advocate for religious liberty for all people. Urge believers to be good citizens who participate in the political process and vote according to their conscience. Advocate for biblical values, regardless of which candidates or […]
Twenty-one inmates of Phillips State Prison in Gwinnett County can also call themselves graduates following a June 2 commencement where all earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Ministry through New Orleans Seminary’s Leavell College. The opportunity was afforded due to a partnership between Leavell College and the Georgia Department of Corrections (GDC). New […]