by Dr. Adam Harwood Assistant Professor of Christian Studies Truett-McConnell College Ed’s. note: This column first appeared in the Sept. 20, 2012 edition of The Christian Index, a publication of the Georgia Baptist Convention. Recently, I was on a plane from Atlanta to Dallas-Fort Worth. Next to me was a middle-aged man. We spoke about […]
By Wes Kenney, currently a student at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary A proper understanding of the role of the individual Christian in the fulfillment of the Great Commission of our Lord Jesus Christ is absolutely necessary to the well being of the church and to the faithful fulfillment of that commission. Essential to this understanding […]
Marilyn Stewart is a weekly religion events columnist in the New Orleans Times-Picayune and is a free-lance writer for the Louisiana Baptist Message and other publications. *names in this article are changed to protect identities. It’s only Wednesday night, but the strip clubs on New Orleans’ Bourbon Street are busy. The crowded street is awash […]
THE “NEW METHODISTS,” Part 4:
What Do We Have to Do to Fix Things?
Dr. Chuck Kelley is President and Professor of Evangelism at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary This is the fourth of a four part series of articles taken from Dr. Kelley’s presentation on the New Methodists. In part one, he walked us through the history of evangelism in the SBC. In part two, he examined […]
By Joe McKeever, Preacher, Cartoonist, Pastor, and retired Director of Missions at the Baptist Association of Greater New Orleans. Evangelism and spiritual harvesting are not for everyone calling themselves followers of Jesus. Fruitbearing is for the obedient. Believers aiming to obey the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-10) should not miss one huge fact: No one not […]