CoverKingdom language is popular today. But what does it mean? Mike Augsburger’s “Thy Kingdom Come?” puts the kingdom, the church, and social justice into perspective for Baptists. Then “Eschatology Is Essential” and “Defending Premillennialism” emphasize the need for upholding the Regular Baptist view of future things, which includes Christ’s kingdom. Three articles—“Living Mosaic,” “When the Mission Field Comes to You,” and “Loving Your Community”—demonstrate that the church’s mission of evangelism and discipleship does not preclude social ministry.

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Baptist Bulletin Plus—Digital Content

  • Good Works: They’re Not Just for Liberals | Dwight West
  • Premillennialism Today: An Interview with Mike Stallard | David Gunn
  • Photo Feature: Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics | Darrell Goemaat
  • A Sword Will Pierce Your Soul | David Gunn
  • The Children You Teach
  • Outreach Ideas for Youth Groups | Mel Walker
  • Ladies’ Luncheons as an Outreach Ministry | Juanita Purcell
  • Guiding the Local Outreach Program | Jim Vogel
  • Family Bible Study: Will God Have a Family Reunion? | Cheryl Fawcett and Robert C. Newman
  • Family Bible Study: What Happens If You Miss the Family Reunion? | Cheryl Fawcett and Robert C. Newman
  • Journal Feature: Fundamentalism and Social Involvement | Preston Mayes


  • Front Row: Back to the Heart of Fundamentalism | John Greening
  • Q & A: What Happened to the Ark of the Covenant? | Norm Olson
  • Q & A: Disciples Sitting on the 12 Thrones? | Norm Olson