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Two SEBTS international partnerships celebrate graduation ceremonies

Lauren Pratt, SEBTS
January 23 2020

At Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) students are equipped to serve the Church and fulfill the Great Commission. This training also reaches across the globe by training local believers who are leading in seminaries, Bible colleges and conventions across six continents... read more


IMB to commemorate 175 years among the nations throughout 2020

Ann Lovell, IMB
January 22 2020

For 175 years, Southern Baptists have not failed to have a witness among the nations, International Mission Board (IMB) president Paul Chitwood told home office staff and field personnel this week... read more


Boko Haram kidnaps, kills pastor amid renewed attacks

Diana Chandler, Baptist Press
January 22 2020

Boko Haram insurgents have killed a Nigerian pastor they kidnapped weeks ago, news media said Jan. 21, amid a resurgence in northeast Nigeria of the splintered terrorist group blamed for Christian genocide... read more


Childcare registration for SBC annual meeting to open Feb. 1

Tess Schoonhoven, Baptist Press
January 22 2020

Southern Baptists looking to bring the whole family to Orlando for the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) annual meeting June 9-10 will be able to pre-register for childcare Feb. 1. Due to the popularity of this year's meeting location, volunteers and coordinators anticipate more families attending and thus a greater need for childcare... read more


William 'Dub' Jackson, missions pioneer, dies at 95

James A. Smith Sr., SWBTS
January 22 2020

William "Dub" Henry Jackson Jr., pioneer of partnership missions, died Jan. 19 in Fort Worth after an extended illness. He was 95. Recognized as the 1998 distinguished alumnus of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Jackson began and ended his life on the campus... read more