Category: Guest Author

The Broken Heart of a Baptist

I, Tim Rogers, would like to begin this post by saying that if my words and disagreements with others had anything to do with contributing in the attacks toward Dr. Yarnell, I am sorry. I also would like to acknowledge my sorrow concerning my statements describing Dr. Tom Ascoll as uncooperative. Where I wrote that […]

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Evangelism Debate and Emergent Realities

Today we have the privilege of sharing with you an essay written by Shannon Johnson concerning the differing views of evangelism between classical theology and the emergent conversation. She is a student at the University of Tennessee and daughter of Chris Johnson – Chris is pastor of Grace Church at Hermitage and has been a […]

Tim Guthrie: Moving Forward…Part 4b

The Money Facts …and so we continue. When one deals with the structure of the flow of money one cannot get away from the two hot topics that we mentioned in the previous section. What percentage should a church give to the CP? and What percentage should the state conventions keep? A church is referred […]

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Missionary Appointment Service

Last night, the trustees of the IMB concluded their meetings with a wonderful commissioning service for 92 newly-appointed missionaries. My wife and I took four members of our church along on the two-hour drive to First Baptist Church in Sunnyvale to attend the service. This morning, I received an email from Sharon Bain. She is […]

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Tim Guthrie: Moving Forward…Part 4

The Money Trail Anyone who has been around Baptists long enough knows that Baptists get real funny when one discusses money. Let a preacher start off a sermon with money and the pews or chairs start rocking. This is also true when one discusses the Cooperative Program and the giving plan of the SBC. A […]