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2014

SBTS 2014 SBC Annual Report

Restoring the church’s first love: a case study from the church at Ephesus

Along similar lines today, countless churches desperately need revitalizing. And, in God’s goodness, the same prescription he gives for that ancient church is the same for today’s churches. Indeed, the early church at Ephesus is a case study in church revitalization with relevance far beyond its own time. In Acts 20, the apostle Paul in…

‘Feed my sheep’: A shepherd’s call to war

The church desperately needs a new generation of pastors and preachers who are ready to be kind and courageous shepherds of Christ’s flock. Do you remember the conversation between Peter and our Lord after his resurrection from the dead? When they had finished breakfast, Jesus said to Simon Peter, “Simon, son of John, do you…

Seven questions with Paul Pressler about the Conservative Resurgence

*This article originally appeared in the June / July 2014 issue of Towers. You can read the full issue here. Thirty-five years ago this June, Tennessee pastor Adrian Rogers became the first theologically conservative president of the Southern Baptist Convention as part of the effort now called the Conservative Resurgence. Here, Towers editor Aaron Cline…

“Semper Reformanda” and the Southern Baptist Convention: Mohler discusses the Conservative (on-going) Resurgence

*This article originally appeared in the June / July 2014 issue of Towers. You can read the full issue here. Southern Baptists should view their convention’s conservative movement of the late 20th century as a reformational movement, said R. Albert Mohler Jr. during a recent conversation about the Conservative Resurgence. And, like the Protestant Reformation, the…

Towers | June/July 2014