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The PrayerThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was the only church Derek Collings and his family ever knew. The day that changed is the day The Prayer began.
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Whether you sit in a pew or preach to a congregation, whether you shared your faith this morning or have never told someone about Jesus, every believer has a next step. Now, for Southern Baptists, that next step begins here.
Fred Luter was the first African-American president of the SBC. He’s been a church planter and he’s been a mega-church pastor. Fred Luter has seen a lot and he’s got something to say about the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering.
A water emergency for the people of Flint, Michigan has become a gospel opportunity for Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers. Here’s how.
It’s our prayer that Southern Baptists will start at least 1,200 new churches this year in North America. What will those churches be like? In a recent message to NAMB staff, former SBC president Fred Luter finds an answer to that question in Matthew 16.
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