As Sri Lanka continues to mourn at least 359 people who died in Easter attacks against Christians, a Southern Baptist seminary professor has called believers to consider the "conflict of ideas" behind the bombings.
by Art Toalston, posted Wednesday, April 24, 2019 (18 hours ago)
FORESTDALE, Mass. (BP) -- Denton Lotz, general secretary emeritus of the Baptist World Alliance, died Tuesday (April 23) at his home in Forestdale, Mass., at age 80.
Lotz led the BWA from 1988 until his retirement in 2007; he joined the staff in 1980 as director of evangelism and education. He subsequently was pastor of Trenton Temple Baptist Church in Boston until 2017. Read More
by Aaron Earls, posted Wednesday, April 24, 2019 (20 hours ago)
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Most Protestant churchgoers say they are eager to talk to others about Jesus and are praying for opportunities to share their faith. But a new study shows most say they have not had any evangelistic conversations in the past six months.
The 2019 Discipleship Pathway Assessment study from LifeWay Research found excitement and eagerness about the idea of evangelism. Few Protestant churchgoers, however, actually engaged in the practice on a regular basis, according to the survey conducted Jan. 14–29. Read More
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