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FIRST-PERSON: Five types of church members who will not return after the quarantine

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (BP) — It is one of the most common questions we get from church leaders: When will all the church members return to in-person services? Leaders do not like my response: … more

Update: Coddington Tribe

Some of you may not know Wes Coddington. He was a staff member at New Song Church in Oceanside and a church planter in San Diego. He recently accepted a assignment with the Southern Baptist North … more

The Government Is Not Caesar: Andy Stanley Defends Decision to Suspend Services

Pastor Andy Stanley of North Point Church in Atlanta, Georgia defended his decision to continue suspending in-person services in a sermon on Sunday, August 16, 2020. Stanley … more

Stage 4 and Incurable - The Coddington Tribe

We got the results back from the liver biopsy and talked with Dr Majithia. I have stage four cancer and it is incurable. They will give me chemotherapy to extend my life as long as possible. … more

WW2 Medal of Honor recipient’s story is one of love

NASHVILLE (BP) — In a B-29 flying above Japan in 1945, a bomb prematurely ignited. Army Sgt. Henry Eugene “Red” Erwin picked up the still-burning device and walked it through the … more

13 Specifics that will Grow your Outdoor Church Service

Grow your Outdoor Church Service by working on the logistics. We didn’t imagine being in this position. Our building is off limits for church, and the parking lot is the center of … more

U.S. Senate confirms Southern Baptist as Air Force Deputy Chief of Chaplains

WASHINGTON—Chaplain, Colonel Randall (Randy) E. Kitchens of the U.S. Air Force received confirmation from the U.S. Senate to become the Air Force’s 27thDeputy Chief of Chaplains on … more

Centro Shalom

Shalom my brothers and sisters! As pastor of Centro Shalom I want to personally give my sincerest and greatest thanks to each and every one of you for your priceless trust in us. With your … more

The Best Is Yet to Come in Your Ministry

You likely came into 2020 with big plans. You had dreams of doing great ministry that had nothing to do with a global pandemic. Then March came, and all your plans had to change.  I know many … more

50th Anniversary of Lifeway Baptist Church, Vista

Sunday, June 21, 2020 will mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of Lifeway Baptist Church in Vista.  Plans for special services and events to commemorate Lifeway Church’s historic … more

Should Kids Wear Face Masks?

As businesses and restaurants begin reopening around the country, the most common measure to protect against COVID-19 is to wear a face mask while in public. In many states, this practice … more

Interim Guidance for Communities of Faith

CDC offers the following general considerations to help communities of faith discern how best to practice their beliefs while keeping their staff and congregations safe.  Millions of Americans … more

Faith Influencers Team Up to Give Class of 2020 a Special Send-Off

Like so much else that has changed because of the coronavirus, the class of 2020 will not get to experience a normal high school graduation. But Dare2Share founder Greg … more

ENCOURAGEMENT FOR THE BRIDE AND MOTHER OF THE BRIDE AFFECTED BY COVID-19

Have you, your daughter, or a loved one had to change or postpone your wedding date due to COVID-19? We know this is a difficult season for many, especially those who have spent months, perhaps even … more

San Diego To Reopen Neighborhood Parks For Limited Use

Neighborhood parks in San Diego are set to partially reopen on Tuesday, a month after the coronavirus pandemic forced their closure. Mayor Kevin … more

7 Ways to Stay Emotionally Healthy During COVID-19

I’ve spoken with a number of pastors this week—and scheduled to talk to more this afternoon. While all my pastor friends are mostly remaining positive online and helping people remember … more

How to Recover From the Post Easter Blues

Every pastor I know gets a little depressed (or a lot depressed) on the days following Easter. It’s natural. Easter is our Super Bowl. We pour our lives into preaching, and meeting, and … more

How to Keep your Church Healthy During COVID-19

Churches are closed. And we don’t know when they’re going to open again. Curves are flattening, but timelines are lengthening. It looks like there isn’t a quick end to the … more

Italian Doctor's Story

---LIGHT IN A DOCTOR'S DARKEST NIGHTMARE---  Never in my darkest nightmares did I imagine that I would see and experience what has been going on in Italy in our hospital the past three weeks. … more

Don’t make these 6 biggest mistakes if you’re working from home

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, a period of working from home is becoming increasingly inevitable for many companies. For a number of employees, the experience is not only new, but it’s … more
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