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What Word Must We Recover This Holiday Season?

By Zach Dawes | Nov 20, 2018

We often see those with different political, social or religious views as misguided at best and evil personified at worst. What we need this holiday season is to put into practice this word.

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Why It’s Healthy for Your Pastor to Have Time Off

By Jim Kelsey | Nov 20, 2018

When pastors set boundaries in their lives, they can maintain their emotional, physical and spiritual health so when they are “on,” they bring the best they have to the situation.

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Anti-Semitic Hate Crimes in U.S. Spiked 37% in 2017

By Staff | Nov 20, 2018

Anti-Semitic hate crimes in the U.S. increased by 37 percent in 2017, according to the FBI’s annual Hate Crimes Statistics report. Islam also saw a double-digit percentage of hate crimes.

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First Short Doc on Women in Ministry Premieres

By Staff | Nov 19, 2018

The first short documentary in a series produced by Baptist Women in Ministry and premiered, featuring Mary Alice Birdwhistell, senior pastor of Calvary Baptist in Waco.

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How to Address Your Church Staffing Concerns Proactively

By Bill Wilson | Nov 19, 2018

With finances tight, churches must think carefully about the number of professional staff members they require and can afford, and the focus of those positions. Here are 3 steps to consider.

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Giving Roots and Wings to Second-Generation Africans

By Israel Olofinjana | Nov 19, 2018

How can we best equip and disciple second-generation Africans for mission in non-African nations, such as Britain or the U.S.? A new book offers some suggestions.

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Profiles in Goodwill: Ryon Price

By Staff | Nov 16, 2018

Ryon Price is senior pastor of Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas.

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Why Canada Isn’t the Christian Wasteland Some Christians Imagine

By Justin Joplin | Nov 16, 2018

Some may conclude Canada is nearly devoid of Christians, but the diverse Christian expression helps create meaningful ecumenical dialogue and prevents any single denomination from claiming significant cultural influence.

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‘They Shall Not Grow Old’

By Jon Kuhrt | Nov 16, 2018

Using actual war footage restored to lifelike standards, Peter Jackson’s “They Shall Not Grow Old” is a much-needed antidote to the heroic Hollywood rubbish passing for “war films.”

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How Bowling Led from Interfaith Dialogue to Interfaith Friendship

By Jim Somerville | Nov 15, 2018

In interfaith dialogue, representatives from other religions talk about their individual faith and practice and what makes it so unique. But how do you transition to interfaith friendship? In one case, it was bowling.

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