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6-week revival fuels Southern Baptist resolution on prayer & repentance

Wednesday, Jun 22, 2011
PHOENIX (BP)--A resolution on prayer and repentance adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in Phoenix traces its roots to a church's revival experience in east Tennessee. [Read More]

Chief of Chaplains Carver looks beyond 'retirement'

Wednesday, Jun 22, 2011
PHOENIX (BP)--When Chaplain (Maj. Gen.) Douglas Carver retires from the Army in July, the U.S. Army's Chief of Chaplains will take with him experiences with the armed forces' men and women that have helped form and transform him. [Read More]

Updated: Gay leaders meet with SBC pres.

Tuesday, Jun 21, 2011
PHOENIX (BP)--A coalition of homosexual leaders and their allies met for more than 30 minutes June 15 with Southern Baptist Convention President Bryant Wright, with the leaders demanding an apology from the SBC and Wright refusing to budge, saying that Scripture is clear on the issue. [Read More]

COSBE lifts evangelism, laments funding cuts

Tuesday, Jun 21, 2011
PHOENIX (BP)--The need for renewed evangelism, concerns about Calvinism and comments regarding North American Mission Board budget cuts were voiced during the annual evangelists-sponsored worship service prior to the SBC annual meeting. [Read More]

Kay Warren recounts lessons in suffering

Tuesday, Jun 21, 2011
PHOENIX (BP)--When suffering came into her life, Kay Warren's natural response was to view it as an enemy she needed to fight and push away. "I want it gone and I want it gone now," she told the Pastors' Wives Conference of the Southern Baptist Convention's Pastors' Conference June 13. [Read More]

Susie Hawkins receives ministers' wives award

Tuesday, Jun 21, 2011
PHOENIX (BP)--Susie Hawkins was honored with the 2011 Willie Turner Dawson Award during the Ministers' Wives Conference at the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting. [Read More]

Ministers' wives focus on influential joy

Tuesday, Jun 21, 2011
PHOENIX (BP)--Even when she contracted malaria during a mission trip to Africa, and even after learning her brother was killed instantly in a biking accident, Anne Wright was able to experience "influential joy." [Read More]


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