Congratulations to Maryland/Delaware Seminary Graduates

Unable to proceed with traditional in-person commencement exercises, Al Mohler, the president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (SBTS) in L

#11: Preaching and Evangelism with Dr. Merritt

Recently, we had Dr. James Merritt on the podcast to discuss the importance of preaching and evangelism in our churches and communities. Listen in for

Reaching Gen Z through COVID-19

By Sharon Mager Trying to reach that young ‘Millennial Generation’? Here’s something to keep in mind – they’re not that

Urging Caution, Sustaining Commitment

International Mission Board senior leaders are urging Southern Baptists to use extreme caution if they are considering overseas missions travel for th

Classifieds

Worship Arts & Music Pastor — Calvary Baptist Church in Bel Air, Maryland, seeks a Worship Arts & Music Pastor who is passionate about connecting pe

Forgive Past Offenses

If Joseph had held a grudge, his leadership would have been in jeopardy. He would not have been able to carry out his duties effectively while holding

Flee Sexual Sin

On April 15, 1912, at 2:20 a.m., the RMS Titanic, with most of her 2,200 passengers and crew aboard, sank in the frigid North Atlantic waters about 40

Strong CP Giving in 2020

Furthermore, our giving shows a decrease of 2.92 percent after the first nine months of this fiscal year versus a year ago, but our actual giving to d

“Heat and Eat” at Skycroft

Though camps are canceled and the kitchen closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, Skycroft Conference Center in Middletown, Maryland, is offering a great

Maryland/Delaware Roundup, July 2, 2020

Since Bethlehem Church in Middle River, Maryland, began re-opening in early June, they have celebrated four baptisms.

Destroy Pride Before It Destroys You

By Kevin Freeman Read: 2 Kings 20:12-21 Key: Destroy pride before it destroys you. Courage in the Life of Hezekiah

#10: Injustice, Culture, and History

Dr. Kevin Smith recently spoke with Dr. Anthony Bradley, professor at The King's College in New York City, about racial injustice, and the historical
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