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June 17-18, 2003
Phoenix, Arizona

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Come join us for fellowship and meeting at the 2003 SBC Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona at The Civic Plaza. This year's theme is "Kingdom First - Exalt the King, Expand His Kingdom".

Chapman urges prayer for national revival; Hemphill introduced as EKG strategist

PHOENIX (BP)--Saying there hasn't been a national "spiritual awakening" during his lifetime, Executive Committee President Morris H. Chapman called on Southern Baptists June 17 to fall on their knees in prayer and ask God to send revival to the nation.

Delivering his Executive Committee report at the SBC annual meeting in Phoenix, Chapman said the convention's Empowering Kingdom Growth initiative has few program-like plans and little published material. But even at this stage, the initiative asks believers to ask themselves one question: "Am I a Kingdom person?" Being a Kingdom person, Chapman said, involves praying. [Read More]

Southern Baptists commit to build Kingdom families

PHOENIX (BP)--Each day of the year in America, more than 3,571 families end in divorce. More than 50 percent of the children in America's public schools live in single-parent homes. Of the nation's children who live apart from their biological fathers, 50 percent have never set foot in their father's home.

At a time when the family is disintegrating, Southern Baptists want to bring hope and healing.

In a Kingdom Family Rally June 16 in Phoenix, the SBC Council on Family Life enunciated "Seven Pillars of a Kingdom Family" by which families can embrace a Scripture-based path for the home. [Read More]


 

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