Much of this issue is dedicated to remembering Mark Jackson, a leader in several areas of Regular Baptist life.
By Greg Linscott “In days gone by, the independent Baptist movement was like a pie,” observed Steve Pettit, president of Bob Jones University. “Each segment …
“Eternity for every child of God will be a permanent state of blissful service, worship, and glory,” Dr. Mark Jackson wrote. On March 7, Dr. Jackson’s eternity began. He was 87.
Read seven tributes to Dr. Mark Jackson, who went Home to be with his Lord on March 7, 2016.
In 1981, Mark Jackson delivered this sermon at the association’s annual conference. We believe it perfectly captures the Christ-centered heartbeat that characterized his entire ministry.
Summer is coming, and along with summer come thoughts of camp. Camp is fun for sure, but there are more benefits to a week away at a Christian camp.
One of the most precious of all truths to me as a Bible-believing Christian is that the Bible tells me all I need to know about the Lord Jesus Christ.
For the first time in almost 50 years, executive directors of camps in the National Association of Regular Baptist Camps met with leaders and employees of the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
The United States is now the third largest mission field in the world. The most effective way to bring light into this darkness is by …
Time is a precious commodity. But one thing that would make your to-do list substantially easier is this: invest in the strategic development of your church’s website.
The gospel transforms lives, shapes worldviews, and changes culture. So does it matter if we call the world around us to moral standards?