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On-campus instruction, following specific protocols, will resume during the Fall 2020 semester at each of Gateway Seminary’s campuses.

It is clear from Scripture that God expects His children to bring the tears of heaven to earth through the exercise of compassion toward others

NASHVILLE (BP) — Next summer, kids will roll up their sleeves and grab excavation gear as they head to archaeological sites of present-day Israel with “Destination Dig,” the 2021 Vacation Bible School theme from LifeWay Christian Resources. In “Destination Dig,” kids will take the role of junior archaeologists as they embark on an adventure to…

“We wanted to create something that would help student pastors partner with parents who need specific and accomplishable next steps.”

The Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee elected California pastor Rolland Slade as its first African American chair in a special called meeting Tuesday (June 16).

What is most important is for the church to see where a biblical vision of sexuality and family is out of step with the direction of American culture.

These resources are meant to assist children’s and student ministry leaders in discipling their groups this summer in light of traditional LifeWay summer camps being canceled due to concerns stemming from the COVID-19 outbreak.

Promoting diversity, unity, missions and sex abuse prevention are goals the Southern Baptist Convention must continue to pursue in order to put the “Gospel Above All,” SBC President J.D. Greear said in his 2020 presidential address Tuesday (June 9).

It increases the loan forgiveness period from eight to 24 weeks, reduces the payroll requirement from 75 percent to 60 percent, raises the loan repayment period from two to five years and extends the June 30th rehiring deadline.

I join many in the call for awakening in our churches and in our land, but I am honestly afraid that often our call for awakening can become a smoke screen for inaction. The Son of Man came to do one thing: Seek and save the lost.