Archive: July, 2018

How worship songs brought a Buddhist to Christ

Pavan* grew up feeling unsettled in his destiny. As the firstborn son in his family, he thought he would have to follow in his father's footsteps and become a Buddhist monk.

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FROM THE COLLEGES: Call to Ministry Network launched by Anderson, CBU, OBU & Union

A partnership of four Southern Baptist schools -- Anderson University, California Baptist University, Oklahoma Baptist University and Union University -- has launched the Call to Ministry Network in an initiative to identify and encourage Baptist young people who have sensed a divine call to ministry service.

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High school grads stay in church through new outreach

Students can remain engaged in discipleship and evangelism when moving from high school to college in a new outreach targeting pastors, parents, churches, ministries and teenagers alike.

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FIRST-PERSON: A thankful spirit

Have you thanked God for your pancreas today? That question comes courtesy of James Gills, a Florida ophthalmologist, who performs cataract surgery.

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Adoption agency protection moves forward in Congress

Legislation to prohibit government from discriminating against adoption and foster care agencies over their religious or moral convictions has taken an initial step toward potential passage in Congress.

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This Convention serves our culturally diverse congregations as we fulfill the Great Commandment and the Great Commission.