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Heroic Army Captain covered in combat by prayer warrior parents
WATKINSVILLE, Ga. (BP)--An Army captain who has garnered worldwide notoriety for a heroic rescue is alive today because of God's grace and the power of prayer, his mother says.
Army Captain Chris Carter, 31, led a daring rescue March 31 when an elderly Muslim woman got caught on a bridge in the middle of American and Iraqi gunfire around Hindiyah, Iraq. The Associated Press reported that Carter left his Bradley fighting vehicle during the firefight and dashed out onto the bridge to save the injured woman.
Want your church to grow? Then bring in the men
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Did you know that if a child is the first person in a household to become a Christian, there is a 3.5 percent probability everyone else in the household will follow? Read More
Stand Firm: Giving men more than warm-fuzzy fellowship
RAYTOWN, Mo. (BP)--The Stand Firm 2003 "Carry the Flame" tour is designed to get men out of their familiar patterns and into a place where spiritual growth can take place. Read More
LifeWay guide's focus: 'Drawing Men to God'
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Many men's ministries struggle because they aren't established in the right way and for the right reasons. In order to thrive, a men's ministry must lead men to discover how they are uniquely called and shaped by God to live the Great Commandment and fulfill the Great Commission in every aspect of their lives. Read More
At 50 years, church celebrates vision of founding pastor for an SBC church
WILLCOX, Ariz. (BP)--Fifty years ago, Albert Faulk, a native Texan and pastor of a Southern Baptist church in Duncan, Ariz., realized that a nearby town was lacking something vital -- a Southern Baptist church. Read More
Glory belongs to God for growth & success at NOBTS, Kelley says
NEW ORLEANS (BP)--"I want to give you a testimony to the glory and grace of God," New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary President Chuck Kelley said during his annual state of the seminary address March 25. "God has acted in amazing ways in, with and through New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary."
FIRST-PERSON: How do you find a man to lead men?
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Want to mobilize your men for missions and ministry but don't have a men's ministry organized? Begin by finding that one man God has in mind to lead. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: A man of integrity
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--In my life I've known very few men whom I regard as being of impeccable integrity. All men have flaws, to be sure, but the primary motivation of this select fraternity of men is to see others benefit from their work, wisdom and courage. Read More