The four current candidates for president of the Southern Baptist Convention took part in an online forum Tuesday (May 4), sharing their testimonies as well as their thoughts on the future of the SBC. SPECIAL/Baptist Press NASHVILLE – The four current candidates for president of the Southern Baptist Convention took part in an online forum […]
“… we as excited about the future as we are about the past.”
The President’s remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast this week is actually what inspired this editorial.
Without President Obama’s leftist overreach a Donald Trump presidency would not have been possible.
There were many things I liked about the inaugural address. It was brief. It was patriotic. It was in keeping with his campaign promises.
Southern Baptist pastor Robert Jeffress was the preacher selected for the pre-inauguration service for President Donald Trump at St. John’s Church this morning.
… only one preacher in 100 has endorsed a candidate from the pulpit.
With nothing but truly awful choices in this year’s presidential election, what should Evangelical Christian voters do?
“I really believe in cooperation, and I believe the Southern Baptist Convention exists primarily to facilitate cooperation among our churches for the world mission of the Gospel.”