Midwestern alumni hear announcements of newly named administrators, faculty
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--Additions to the administration and faculty of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary were announced in the annual national alumni luncheon held June 13 in conjunction with the Southern Baptist Convention meeting. MBTS President R. Philip Roberts told alumni, "You can be proud of your faculty. These men are faithful to the Word of God and Southern Baptist convictions and do an expert job in their assignment to train men and women for ministry."
BFM enthusiastically endorsed, promoted at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--The Baptist Faith and Message is enthusiastically endorsed and promoted by Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, R. Philip Roberts said in his first report to the Southern Baptist Convention as the newly elected president.
Mohler: Southern committed to training 'cultural revolutionaries'
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--Today's cultural revolutionaries are much different from those of yesteryear. Instead of wearing tie-dyed T-shirts and picketing outside convention halls, they are considered revolutionaries by simply proclaiming the truth of the gospel and standing firm on its unchanging power.
Awards & a heart for inclusion highlight African American session
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--Awards presented at the annual meeting of the African American Fellowship of the Southern Baptist Convention June 10 in New Orleans lauded the service and achievements of several of its leaders.
Soaring Hispanic population growth prompts vision for 10,000 churches
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--Glowing brass lighthouses scattered across tables at the fourth annual Hispanic Church Planters Network Celebration served as focal points in casting a vision for 10,000 ethnic Hispanic churches by 2020.
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