Celebrating Jesus at Crossover Celebration
By Sharon Mager, BaptistLIFE Correspondent ROSEDALE, Md.—The Crossover Baltimore team hosted a special celebration service at Freedom Church on June
A 5th grade Sunday School teacher’s reflections on his first visit to the Southern Baptist Convention
By John Frahm, Member of First Baptist of Easton, Md. A few weeks prior to the convention in Baltimore, a
‘Conversation Guide’ to enhance evangelism
By Mike Ebert BALTIMORE (BP) — A new tool to help Southern Baptists be more evangelistic through starting Gospel conversations
CALL TO COLUMBUS: Envisioning a Great Awakening
By Ronnie Floyd EDITOR’S NOTE: Ronnie Floyd, elected as president of the Southern Baptist Convention during the June 10-11 annual
Transgender stance: needed & wise, Moore says
By Tom Strode BALTIMORE (BP) — Questions from churches about the transgender issue and the tide of culture pointed to
9 resolutions garner SBC messengers’ adoption
By Tom Strode BALTIMORE (BP) — Messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention adopted a resolution on transgender identity for the
Transformation Center gets Crossover touch
By Myriah Snyder BALTIMORE (BP) — From Federal Hill, Baltimore’s beauty is astounding. The streets near the Inner Harbor are
Celebration, challenge mark WMU report
By Julie Walters BALTIMORE (BP) — Celebrating historic milestones and the highest offering ever for international missions was the focus
WMU sees Annie Armstrong’s Baltimore
By Shannon Baker BALTIMORE (BP) — Some 600 Woman’s Missionary Union members toured five Baltimore sites related to WMU legend
WRAP-UP: SBC elects Floyd, prays for revival & restoration
By David Roach BALTIMORE (BP) — Messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention elected Arkansas pastor Ronnie Floyd as president and
2014 SBC elections draw new leadership
By Barbara Denman BALTIMORE (BP) — In a year when the Southern Baptist Convention focused on “Restoration & Revival Through
CP advancing, not retreating, Page reports at annual meeting
By Erin Roach BALTIMORE (BP) — Southern Baptists are advancing, not retreating, as they rally to give more through the