September 3, 2014


CEBU CITY, Philippines (BP) -- While some disaster-response organizations are pulling out of Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts in the Philippines, Southern Baptists remain on the ground, helping neglected communities rebuild homes, schools and livelihoods. Read More

Moore: Mideast oppression becoming 'personal'
WASHINGTON (BP) -- Evangelical Christians are becoming more concerned about persecution in the Middle East
as they begin to identify with their heritage and as they take a personal view of the suffering, Southern Baptist religious freedom advocate Russell D. Moore told a nationwide television audience.
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Piper: To know God is to enjoy Him
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- If seminarians will learn the habit of thinking about God's truth as a means of enjoying Him,
they will not waste their theological education, John Piper said during a special chapel service at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Read More
Huckabee: Media distorted his view of women
NEW YORK (BP) - Mike Huckabee brushed off criticism of his view of women in a speech to Republicans,
contending much of the controversy is based on comments taken out of context and inaccurately reported through the media. Read More
BP Ledger, Jan. 27 edition
Today's BP Ledger contains items from:
Moody Radio
Southern Baptist TEXAN
WORLD News Service
Pew Research Center
Liberty Counsel
Baptist General Convention of Texas
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First Person
John Yeats
FIRST-PERSON: Winter weather & adventurous faith
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (BP) -- Looking out the window the first week of January, I watched as the snow and swirling wind around the house created an eerie scene. It was so cold that even the young at heart exercised caution. Some of our churches suspended Sunday worship.
David Jeremiah
FIRST-PERSON: High-definition Christian living
EJ CAJON, Calif. (BP) -- "Unfortunately, you're not getting justice today. You're getting the end of injustice."



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