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Awakening To The Theology

by Dr. James Willingham The ground work or foundation for awakening prayer as well as for the visitation that we call an awakening is to be found in the theology we find linked to the First and Second Great Awakenings … Continue reading

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Awakening to Pray

by Dr. James Willingham Our one great need today is for an awakening to prayer.  Yes, there are many calls to pray, and there are many who pray.  However, we have yet to see a movement of the Spirit of … Continue reading

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4 Considerations for Every Southern Baptist Church in 2015 | Ronnie Floyd

As we near the coming of the Lord, we should be more focused than ever before. As our 50,000 plus churches and congregations partner together in gospel causes, the time is now for us to rise up like never before. … Continue reading

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States embrace religious liberty, spiritual awakening | Baptist Press

NASHVILLE (BP) — Still alarmed by subpoenas of sermons and correspondence for pastors who opposed the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, resolutions on religious liberty and free speech were passed in more than a dozen state Baptist convention meetings this fall. … Continue reading

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CALL TO PRAYER: Our grand vision | Baptist Press | Ronnie Floyd

SPRINGDALE, Ark. (BP) — As a local church pastor, I am thrilled when I get to share the vision of how Southern Baptists are praying and working to reach the world for Jesus Christ. When I share with our people … Continue reading

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Focus One Sunday Morning in 2015 on Prayer in Your Church | Ronnie Floyd

God’s Word is clear: “…For My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations.” (Isaiah 56:7) Jesus declared it this way: “It is written, My house will be called a house of prayer. But you are making … Continue reading

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Do You Tremble? | SBC Today

Allen M. Rea | Pastor Dunn Memorial Baptist Church, Baxley, GA The modern church appears to be looking for the movers and shakers. The church is obsessed with new formulas and methods. “Success” is the crown worn by those who … Continue reading

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Floyd releases ebook for prayer, revival | Baptist Press

SPRINGDALE, Ark. (BP) — Southern Baptist Convention President Ronnie Floyd has released a motivational tool book to help pastors and churches across the SBC engage in concerted prayer for the next great awakening in advance of the 2015 annual meeting … Continue reading

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The Most Misinterpreted OT Passages | Baptist Twenty One

There are some passages that if you’ve grown up in church you know and quote; they’re often put on Christian paraphernalia and utilized by pastors to bolster their ministries or fund building campaigns, but sadly little attention is given to … Continue reading

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America’s Spiritual Founding Father at 300 | TGC | The Gospel Coalition

George Whitefield is the greatest evangelist in American history. He is also perhaps Britain’s greatest evangelist. Indeed, few figures in church history have made such a seismic impact for the gospel as Whitefield. Whitefield was born December 16, 1714, in … Continue reading

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A Matter of the Heart | DownshoreDrift

In Matthew 15:1-20, Jesus has another confrontation with the Pharisees and teacher of the Law where they ask him about table customs and dietary laws. “Why do your disciples break the tradition of the elders? They don’t wash their hands … Continue reading

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We are the Church | A. W. Tozer

When viewed from the perspective of eternity, the most critical need of this hour may well be that the Church should be brought back from its long Babylonian captivity and the name of God be glorified in it again as … Continue reading

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Can revival come? | SBTS Southern Blog

I recently asked a university president what he thought was the greatest need of our hour. And after careful consideration, the president responded, “I may surprise you, because I’m not a religious man. But I believe that the greatest need … Continue reading

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Southern Baptists and The Numbers

Years ago, when I was a student in Dr. J.P. Dane’s Church Administration class at Grand Canyon University, which was then a Southern Baptist-related school, he made a statement that I will never forget. “Southern Baptists are intoxicated by numbers.”

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Are You a Member of the Morality Police?

It seems there is a common problem that many Christians have these days that is neither helpful nor fulfilling the call of the Gospel. It is this desire that we have to correct everyone’s morality.

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