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I am thankful for an invitation from the editor of the Baptist Bulletin to provide more examples of archaeological discoveries that affirm our trust in the historicity and reliability of Scripture.
A constant struggle for any Christ follower is to fight off the temptation to be liked, to worship human favor as an idol of the heart.
America is facing a critical leadership shortage in the church.
Abortion remains a hot-button issue for Americans. Those who support it view it as a matter of fundamental justice for women. Those who oppose abortion view it as a matter of fundamental justice for the preborn.
Abortion remains one of the most contentious issues in American politics.
Fake news abounds! Several years ago, news spread like wildfire in Central America that Juan Orlando Hernández, president of Honduras, had banned homework for all Honduran students. Fake news!
In the grand tradition of “year in review” TV specials, I draw your attention to several of the most momentous events and trends of 2015.
After a nearly two-year process, the GARBC Resource Center relocated on May 4.
Closing a church does not have to mean the end of ministry. It could offer the beginning that a new church is desperately praying for, or the encouragement a ministry needs to keep going.
While reading the latest edition of one of the three magazines I subscribe to, I have to take a moment to answer why. Why, in this day and age, do I single out three specific publications?
Michael Nolan, director of Baptist Builders Club, has good news for six churches. While the churches had received financial aid from Baptist Builders Club in the past, their subsequent progress encouraged the board to grant or loan them additional money.
Across the country, new GARBC churches are being planted, and established churches are outgrowing their buildings. Pastors are looking around their aging facilities and seeing …
The fellowship hall of Northmoreland Baptist Church will be exempt from taxation, says a Wyoming County judge.
Richard Ahlgrim retired Jan. 31 from Berean Baptist Church, Springfield, Ill., after 62 years in pastoral ministry. He spent the last 49 of those years …
At age fourteen, two events in Bob Toomer’s life shaped his future ministry: he received Christ as his Savior and he rode his first colt.
If you happen to stop in at the Travel Center of America (TA) Truck Stop in Kingman, Arizona, at 7:30 a.m. on any given Sunday, …