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21 Observations When Your Pastor Stays Put at Your Church

By Gary Furr | July 16, 2019

While many pastors may jump to greener pastures every few years, the congregation whose pastor stays put for a couple decades or more will reap numerous advantages. Check out these 21 truths.

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Elijah Brown, general secretary of the Baptist World Alliance, is interviewed by EthicsDaily.com executive director Mitch Randall about highlights from the 2019 BWA annual gathering.

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Helms and Bono Team up to Tackle HIV/AIDS

By Paul Montacute | April 16, 2002

The Prescription for Hope Conference in Washington, D.C., drew church leaders, Christian activists and many who work every day in trying to alleviate the suffering caused by the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Many good things had happened during the international conference sponsored by Samaritan’s Purse. The highlights for many were the superb videos of those who were […]

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By Gary Leazer | April 16, 2002

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By Mark Wingfield | April 16, 2002

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By Mark Wingfield | April 16, 2002

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