Hispanics pray for SBC during Pastors’ Conference
By David Raul Lema Jr. NEW ORLEANS (BP) — Several dozen Hispanic pastors and leaders met in the SBC Prayer
IMB: Leave ‘No regrets’ in reaching the lost
By Don Graham NEW ORLEANS (BP) — What will it cost to be Jesus’ heart, hands and voice to a
Luter sees ‘genuine’ open door for ethnic groups
By Tammi Reed Ledbetter NEW ORLEANS (BP) — Newly elected Southern Baptist Convention President Fred Luter Jr. engaged a roomful
Land: ERLC remains committed to reconciliation
By Dwayne Hastings NEW ORLEANS (BP) — In his first public comments on events that drew a sharp reprimand from
Fred Luter’s trailblazing life rich with trials, blessings
By Diana Chandler NEW ORLEANS (BP) — The new blue and silver Honda 360 motorcycle was mangled junk. A young
WMU celebrates Jesus’ story in New Orleans
By Don Graham NEW ORLEANS (BP) — “The Story Lives On” — Woman’s Missionary Union’s 2012-13 theme — took life
Pastors hear Send North America vision
By Tobin Perry NEW ORLEANS (BP) — North American Mission Board President Kevin Ezell, at the Send North America luncheon
WMU hears ways that ‘The Story Lives On’
By Barbara Denman NEW ORLEANS (BP) — Stories of faith from behind prison bars, in lives of at-risk youth, through
Pam Tebow describes ‘fishbowl’ experience
By Tammi Reed Ledbetter NEW ORLEANS (BP) — Well-versed in living a “fishbowl” experience, Pam Tebow, mother of NFL quarterback
Students ‘prayer’-cache across New Orleans
By Shannon Baker NEW ORLEANS (BP) — Students used GPS-enabled devices to “prayer”-cache from downtown New Orleans to the French
Hope heralded at SBC Pastors’ Conference
By Baptist Press Staff NEW ORLEANS (BP) — Pastors can find hope, protection, encouragement, truth and strength in Jesus Christ
Korean Council 31st annual meeting near Baltimore draws large crowd
By Sharon Mager, BCM/D Correspondent LINTHICUM, Md.–About 800 people, representing six hundred Korean Baptist churches from across 40 states, including