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CP Sunday: Cooperative Program giving fuels Gospel advancement worldwide

To look at the prospects of the Ingessana people of Sudan on purely human terms, it doesn’t appear as if they have much of a chance to come to faith in Jesus Christ.

Georgia family visits all 32 NAMB Send cities, sees need for new churches everywhere

MONTREAL (BP) -- Numbers don’t do justice in describing the last two years for Kevin and Casey Kilgore and their family, but it’s a start. In just a little more than 24 months, the Kilgores have surpassed 70,000 miles traveled in their RV. They’ve visited and encouraged 265 pastors and missionaries. They’ve been to 48 out of 50 U.S. states.

David Bunch, longtime Southern Baptist leader, dies

SMYRNA, Georgia—David Bunch, who helped Southern Baptists launch Mission Service Corps (MSC) in the 1970s and played an integral role in three Southern Baptist state conventions, died Monday, July 24.

Southern Baptist POW’s son remembers family’s experience 50 years after release

VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia (BP) —If you were alive on March 7, 1970, and living on the East Coast of the United States, you likely remember the day. Called the “Eclipse of the Century,” everything went dark in major cities throughout the coast—including Savannah, Georgia; New York City; and Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Southern Baptists experience a record number of exhibits at 2023 annual meeting

NEW ORLEANS (BP) — Messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention in New Orleans who didn’t get to enjoy much of the Big Easy outside of the Earnest N. Morial Convention Center got a small taste of it inside, thanks to the exhibit of the New Orleans Baptist Association.

2023 resolutions point Southern Baptists ‘to who they are becoming,’ Sons says

NEW ORLEANS (BP)— SBC Resolutions Committee Chair David Sons believes the nine resolutions messengers passed at the 2023 SBC annual meeting say much about who Southern Baptists are and their message to the world.

9Marks at 9 panelists discuss the office of the pastor during after-hours gatherings

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – During two nights of discussion, IX Marks at 9 panelists discussed several issues impacting Southern Baptists at this year’s Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in New Orleans, particularly the Convention’s decision to deny an appeal to two churches ruled “not in friendly cooperation” with the Convention in February.  

Southern Baptists pass resolutions on the Great Commission work of women, the ethics of AI, and the office of pastor

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- On Tuesday afternoon (June 13), messengers to the 2023 Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting in New Orleans approved six resolutions, including ones on the legacy and responsibility of women fulfilling the Great Commission, the ethics of artificial intelligence, and the office of pastor. 

Barber encourages Southern Baptists to dwell on the beautiful in SBC life

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – In his presidential address, Southern Baptist Convention President Bart Barber implored Southern Baptists to dwell on the good and beautiful, even during challenging periods. Referencing what can at times be a raucous SBC social media conversation, he urged messengers to dwell upon the good God is doing through the Southern Baptist Convention.

Associational leaders pass budget for full-time staff, hear from ARITF leaders

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – For the first time since the organization’s formation in 1960, the Southern Baptist Conference of Associational Leaders voted to approve a budget that allows for full-time staff during their annual meeting on June 11-12 in New Orleans.