A Bible, passport, some gear and a change of clothes. That’s about all Southern Seminary and Boyce College students need as they venture out to support missionaries serving throughout the world.
I’ve seen too many people in vocational ministry fail to launch.
We asked a few faculty members to recommend one new book and two old ones in the same category for summer reading.
I know this might sound like a lot of effort but it is worth every second to have God’s word stored up in our hearts.
Father, as I preach, guide me in truth. Protect me from error. Show them he’s true. Let them taste of his beauty.
Wouldn’t it be easier just to stay put and read a little more?
You can say, “No,” and you can say, “Lord.” But you cannot say, “No, Lord.”
I literally don’t remember not reading the Bible every day. Here’s how it happened.
Evangelism has a way of nourishing the church in so many ways.
Instead of waiting for the removal of difficulties, we ought to consider them as purposely laid in our way, in order to try the sincerity of our religion.
Removing the Stain of Racism from the Southern Baptist Convention by Jarvis J. Williams and Kevin M. Jones, editors. (B&H Academic 2017, $24.99) He had hardly left the church parking lot on the way to a missions and evangelism conference when an elderly and active lady in my father’s Southern Baptist congregation uttered the first…
God changed my life, plans, and career path as a result of a mission trip.
Three decades later, I am privileged to serve as a pastor, and I see the importance of participating in the annual meeting.
We live in very different times now. That news headline that scares or angers you begs for your attention.
Typology allows us to know God’s Word better and to see how all of Scripture relates to Christ, and how, we, as God’s people, are the beneficiaries of all of God’s promises in Christ.
As Doug Moo has noted, “typology is much easier to talk about than to describe.”1 Even among evangelicals, competing definitions of typology are legion. These matters are further complicated by related (and equally polarizing) issues such as the nature of biblical theology, the NT’s use of the OT, the structure of the canon, authorial intent,…