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'Leverage' of CP fosters church's ethnic initiatives
The "leverage" of the Cooperative Program helps First Southern Baptist Church of Phoenix plant churches among immigrant populations, pastor Stephen Hayes told Baptist Press. Read More
Business casual, no ties recommended for Phoenix
Messengers and speakers attending the Southern Baptist Convention 2017 Annual Meeting in Phoenix are encouraged to dress appropriately for daily temperatures surpassing 100 degrees. Read More
AVANCE 2017 to hear IMB's Edgar Aponte
Mobilization will be the focus of the Hispanic Advance Challenge -- AVANCE 2017 -- on Monday, June 12, prior to the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting in Phoenix. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Crossover -- too important to neglect in prayer
"The eternal destinies of thousands of people will hang in the balance," Ralph Tone writes of the importance of the Harvest Crusade and Crossover Phoenix prior to the SBC annual meeting. The Gospel message that will be proclaimed is "too important to neglect in prayer," he writes. Read More
Committee on Resolutions named for 2017 SBCPHOENIX (BP) -- Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines has named the members of the Committee on Resolutions for the June 13-14 SBC annual meeting in Phoenix.
Gaines, pastor of Memphis-area Bellevue Baptist Church, appointed the committee in keeping with the provision in SBC Bylaw 20 that its members be named 75 days prior to the start of the annual meeting. Read More
SBC Crossover in Phoenix adds Greg Laurie crusadePHOENIX (BP) -- As Phoenix-area Southern Baptists prepare for next summer's SBC annual meeting, they are praying that a new addition to Crossover activities could lead to long-lasting spiritual fruit.
At the invitation of the North American Mission Board, Southern California evangelist and pastor Greg Laurie has scheduled his national Harvest America outreach at the University of Phoenix Stadium for June 11, 2017, which will coincide with Southern Baptists' Crossover efforts. Read More
Super Bowl shines light on city in need of GospelPHOENIX (BP) -- As Southern Baptists turn their eyes to Phoenix and Super Bowl XLIX this weekend, local Southern Baptists say they'll encounter a city in desperate need of new evangelistic churches.
According to the North American Mission Board's Center for Missional Research, evangelicals make up only 12.6 percent of the population of the Send North America: Phoenix region. The metro area also has only one Southern Baptist church for every 19,338 people. Read More
Super Bowl, Phoenix Open boost Baptist witnessPHOENIX (BP) -- While thousands of sports fans descend on the Phoenix area this week, Southern Baptists look to make the most of ministry opportunities as the city hosts the Super Bowl and Phoenix Open.
More than 200,000 are expected this week to watch Tiger Woods play in the Waste Management Phoenix Open, which began yesterday (Jan. 29) and will wrap up on Sunday. Then more than 60,000 people will pack University of Phoenix Stadium -- along with thousands of other fans and media gathered throughout the area -- for the Super Bowl. Thousands of football fans also were on hand at the stadium for the Pro Bowl on Jan. 25. Read More
'Pop Up Church' aims to reach millennialsPHOENIX (BP) -- At Fair Trade Cafe in downtown Phoenix, where Super Bowl excitement continues to build, the big game seemed to be the last thing on Jim Helman's mind.
Customers sipped their espressos and chatted at the popular coffee shop earlier this week while Helman and a few fellow Christians had something else brewing just outside in the open courtyard. ... Read More