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'Yes to God' urged in Southwestern revival meetingsFORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- "Lord, I need You. I need Your grace, Your forgiveness, Your love, and Your reviving power."
"Lord, by the power of Your Holy Spirit, I want to say YES to You in every category of my life."
"Lord, help me prioritize Your kingdom vision, Your Great Commission; and help me love others boldly, just as You have loved me."
These are among the guided prayers provided for the campus community of Southwestern ... Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Honesty & revival
Honesty, Doug Munton writes, is "both the catalyst and the result of a genuine spiritual awakening." Read More
A fresh sweep of revival at Southwestern envisionedFORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- The president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary had just been dismissed. The seminary found itself embroiled in a bitter dispute. Harsh words were spoken. Relationships were broken.
The year was 1995.
The parallels to 2018 are striking. The larger controversy now is not the issue of biblical inerrancy, but the #MeToo movement. However, the recent dismissal of a president, the rancorous disputes and the painful divisions sound a familiar tone ... Read More
Decisions for Christ highlight campus revivalPINEVILLE, La. (BP) -- Louisiana College's final session of its fall revival ended on a high note when 30 students surrendered their lives to Christ Sept. 13.
Louisiana President Rick Brewer said he was overcome with emotion as he watched the students walk forward to make their decision public.
"We rejoice with the news of at least 30 LC students who asked Christ to step out of Heaven and step into their hearts on this final day of our fall semester revival," Brewer said. "We prayed for a spiritual awakening on campus this year and we ... Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Truth decay
America desperately needs a "truth infusion," John Kyle writes. "No legislation can stop the cultural decay. Only God's truth can change a heart and correct the course of a nation." Read More
What else could go wrong? Yet he saw God prevailFORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- Dusty Marshall learned an important lesson during a spring break preaching assignment: When Satan is up to something, God is up to something greater.
Marshall was one of 87 students and faculty from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary who participated in the annual "Revive This Nation" initiative, leading revival services in churches from New York to Hawaii during the seminary's March 11-14 spring break. Read More
Members of 117 churches urged to 'rise up, build'BENTON, La. (BP) -- Nearly 700 members of the Northwest Louisiana Baptist Association's 117 churches came together to cry out to God to bring revival during the local fellowship's third annual "Call to Prayer."
Hosted by Cypress Baptist Church, Benton, the Jan. 28 gathering brought together Christians of various ages and ethnicities to pray for law enforcement, the persecuted church, missionaries serving around the world, pastors and other church leaders. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Revival & the glory of God
Doug Metzger recounts his realization that the motivation to pray for revival amid churches and a culture in decline must be, first and foremost, for the glory of God. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: A puddle of tears
Keith Shorter had never seen such a thing before -- a puddle of tears at the church altar. "Someone was genuinely crying out to God for His intervention," Shorter writes of his yearning for revival. Read More
Great Awakening theology cited as evangelism aidFORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- Christians who experienced America's First and Second Great Awakenings were united in their belief that sinners must trust Christ for salvation. But over a span of 100 years, they expressed varying ideas of how to lead nonbelievers to Jesus.
Those evolving soul winning methods and the theology behind them are the subject of "Theologies of the American Revivalists," a book released in April by Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary professor Robert Caldwell. Read More