July 31, 2019
|July 30, 2019 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press|
|A Texas woman has sued The Village Church for more than $1 million, alleging she was sexually assaulted at age 11 in 2012 by Matthew Tonne, whom the church employed as a minister and counselor. |
|July 29, 2019 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press|
Southern Baptist leaders recently met in Tijuana, Mexico to learn about ministry to those caught in the crisis on the border.
|July 30, 2019 by Timothy Cockes, Baptist Press|
School of Music students at Liberty University will be introduced this fall semester to the new Michael W. Smith Center for Commercial Music.
Study: New Hispanic churches often do more with less
Southern Baptist Media Day celebrated July 28
COLUMN: Does church membership matter?
COLUMN: Hotel-heightened hospitality
Todd Gray named new executive director of Kentucky Baptist Convention
Did you miss it?
Southern Baptist Media Day was Sunday, July 28. Some of our readers may be unfamiliar with this special emphasis because it was just added to the Southern Baptist Convention's calendar earlier this year.
It is easy to overlook journalism in our life together as a convention of churches who work together for the sake of the gospel. Trust in news media is low, and it's our responsibility as journalists to earn and maintain the confidence of our readers.
I am more convinced than ever that we must do our jobs well.
Our churches will not work together if they do not trust one another, and they cannot trust one another without reliable information. That's precisely what we are here to do, provide reliable information and inspiring stories that make us stronger as a network of partnering churches and ministries.
I hope you will consider ways to make sure your congregation is getting a healthy diet of trusted news from your team at the Biblical Recorder.
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