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A Good Attitude As We Go To Anaheim
When Breaking News Breaks Our Hearts
Evangelism Isn’t Enough
Joint Statement
We are saddened and grief-stricken concerning the reports of cases of sexual abuse and how they were handled. This is...
Is this a Trend in Our Church?
“Is this a trend?” asked the new Pastor. Then he continued, “I’ll be out to supper with my wife and...
Edfeldt named new SBOM director of collegiate and student ministries
Georgia native Ben Edfeldt is the new director of collegiate and student ministries for the Alabama Baptist State Board of...
Those who lead worship must worship too, leaders told 
One occupational hazard of ministry can be that it’s the minister’s “job” to lead worship, though he may not worship...
Steve Thompson to retire after 36 years in Baptist campus ministry
Steve Thompson said it wasn’t his plan to go into college ministry — it was a fluke. As a student at...
Bible Drill carries on through pandemic
COVID-19 has had a major impact on many ministries the past two years, but church leaders have overcome the hurdles...
Nuss to retire after leading Alabama Baptist collegiate ministries for two decades
Mike Nuss doesn’t remember the name of the school where he did his six weeks of student teaching. But he...
Revive: Senior adults encouraged to remember God’s promises, spiritual legacy
A full house of “seasoned citizens” gathered at Glynwood Baptist Church in Prattville May 2 for the Revive Senior Adult Evangelism Conference. ...
4 Invitations (Part 2): Abide in Me
John 15 contains the invitation to abide in Jesus. This invitation is the starting point for a disciple-making movement. A...

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Edfeldt named new SBOM director of collegiate and student ministries
Georgia native Ben Edfeldt is the new director of collegiate and student ministries for the Alabama Baptist State Board of...
Those who lead worship must worship too, leaders told 
One occupational hazard of ministry can be that it’s the minister’s “job” to lead worship, though he may not worship...
Steve Thompson to retire after 36 years in Baptist campus ministry
Steve Thompson said it wasn’t his plan to go into college ministry — it was a fluke. As a student at...
Bible Drill carries on through pandemic
COVID-19 has had a major impact on many ministries the past two years, but church leaders have overcome the hurdles...
Nuss to retire after leading Alabama Baptist collegiate ministries for two decades
Mike Nuss doesn’t remember the name of the school where he did his six weeks of student teaching. But he...
Revive: Senior adults encouraged to remember God’s promises, spiritual legacy
A full house of “seasoned citizens” gathered at Glynwood Baptist Church in Prattville May 2 for the Revive Senior Adult Evangelism Conference. ...
4 Invitations (Part 2): Abide in Me
John 15 contains the invitation to abide in Jesus. This invitation is the starting point for a disciple-making movement. A...
Three Keys to Change
I ran across an interesting book entitled Change or Die: The Three Keys to Change at Work and in Life,...
Why I Believe in the Cooperative Program
I’ve spent my life as part of teams — from playing sports in my younger days to coaching in my...

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