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  • ‘Blue collar missions’ promoted at GO Conference

    February 8 2016 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor | with 0 comments
    ‘Blue collar missions’ promoted at GO Conference

    “To the ends of the earth” was the theme of this year’s GO Conference, held at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest. The event focused on international missions, but each of the talks addressed the topic in unique ways.

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  • CMP’s Daleiden unabashed by legal challenges

    February 8 2016 by Bob Brown, WORLD News Service | with 0 comments
    CMP’s Daleiden unabashed by legal challenges

    Although he faces legal challenges in two states over his undercover investigation into Planned Parenthood, Center for Medical Progress director David Daleiden told supporters he remains confident in his eventual exoneration. After releasing a new undercover video Feb. 2, Daleiden held a webcast with three of his attorneys to update …

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  • LifeWay celebrates Thom Rainer’s 10th anniversary

    February 8 2016 by Aaron Earls, LifeWay Christian Resources | with 0 comments
    LifeWay celebrates Thom Rainer’s 10th anniversary

    In a special chapel service Feb, 3, LifeWay Christian Resources recognized Thom S. Rainer for 10 years of service as president and CEO. Rainer was praised for his commitment to Christ and his family, as well as leadership during tumultuous cultural and business changes.

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  • Bay area’s big need for new churches

    February 8 2016 by Tobin Perry, NAMB | with 0 comments
    Bay area’s big need for new churches

    Only 7 percent of metro San Francisco residents affiliate with an evangelical church – one of the lowest percentages of all of North America’s large cities. Through Send North America: San Francisco, Southern Baptists have been working together the last few years to impact the spiritual destiny of the area by starting new churches.

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  • Paradise Lost: A beautiful island with dirty secrets

    February 8 2016 by Charles Braddix, IMB | with 0 comments
    Paradise Lost: A beautiful island with dirty secrets

    According to locals, it all started when the French colonized Madagascar in the late 1800s. Following the arrival of the colonists, prostitution evolved, and over the years this illicit sex trade grew into something much more sinister than mere street corner prostitution. Today sex tourism, human trafficking, exploited labor and even organ harvesting abound.

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  • Campus outreach in ‘emerging regions’: ‘less is more’

    February 8 2016 by Gary D. Myers, NOBTS | with 0 comments
    Campus outreach in ‘emerging regions’: ‘less is more’

    When the Emerging Regions State Collegiate Leaders working group met at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, the 25 participants traveled from places like Alaska, Hawaii, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania and West Virginia as well as Canada. The leaders represented a wide range of approaches from campus-based to church-based college ministries …

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