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  • Osborne church prays and fasts for spiritual awakening

    July 28 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 0 comments
    Osborne church prays and fasts for spiritual awakening

    Steve Griffith, senior pastor of Osborne Baptist Church in Eden since 1992, received a phone call last October that launched a movement of prayer and fasting in the church. The church wants believers to understand the purpose of fasting, which is ultimately to honor God.

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  • Rubio: Economic & moral well-being could cut poverty

    July 28 2014 by Tom Strode, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Rubio: Economic & moral well-being could cut poverty

    Marco Rubio addressed the relationship between societal values and the welfare of the United States in a speech July 23 at Catholic University of America in the nation’s capital. The Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission cosponsored the event with Catholic University of America’s Institute for Policy Research and Catholic Studies.

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  • Chapter on alignment most helpful in People of God

    July 28 2014 by Micheal Pardue, Book Review | with 0 comments
    Chapter on alignment most helpful in People of God

    Micheal Pardue, pastor of First Baptist Icard, Connelly Springs, reviews The People of God: Empowering the Church to Make Disciples by Trevor Joy and Spence Shelton. Pardue says that this book provides an encouraging and practical call to…

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  • Diversity itself is theological, professor says

    July 28 2014 by Michael McEwen, BR Content Editor | with 0 comments
    Diversity itself is theological, professor says

    Since August 2013, the Kingdom Diversity initiative at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) addresses two issues: raising the voice of diverse cultures and of women on its campus. SEBTS wants to raise historically underrepresented voices on campus by working to be comprised of 20 percent culturally diverse faculty, staff and students.

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  • Meriam Ibrahim gains freedom from Sudan

    July 25 2014 by Myriah Snyder, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Meriam Ibrahim gains freedom from Sudan

    Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman whose death sentence caused an international outcry, arrived safely in Italy July 24. She was flown on an Italian government jet to Rome with her husband, Daniel Wani, and two young children, Martin and Maya.
     

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  • Golden Gate finalizes campus sale, ready to secure new site

    July 25 2014 by Ben M. Skaug, GGBTS/Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Golden Gate finalizes campus sale, ready to secure new site

    Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary has finalized the sale of its property near Mill Valley, Calif., setting aside funds both to purchase a new campus in Southern California and add $50 million to its endowment. The sale agreement for Golden Gate’s Mill Valley property included a base price of $85 million.

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