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Georgia Baptist Mission Board releases statement on racial injustice.

DULUTH – On June 5, 2020, the Georgia Baptist Mission Board released a statement regarding racial injustice in the nation, but also focused on Georgia. The statement was originally posted on the Georgia Baptist Mission Board website. It follows the statement released on May 30, 2020, by the Southern Baptist Convention. Georgia Baptist Mission Board statement […]

Southern Baptist leaders issue joint statement on the death of George Floyd

Baptist Press June 1 2020 NASHVILLE (BP) – Southern Baptist leaders have published a statement grieving the recent death of George Floyd and calling for the end of “racial inequity in the distribution of justice in our country.” The statement, co-authored by SBC president J.D. Greear and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary president Jamie Dew was […]

What Does the Bible Say About Rioting? Research provided by T.J. Nash

For the past eleven weeks or so we’ve been talking about COVID-19. A lot of people have suffered from it and better than 100,000 have died from the virus. Is it close to being over? Only God knows. Will we have a second round? Only God knows. We’ve been looking at God’s Word for helping […]

Teaching Morals And Manners To Our Children by James Dobson

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it […]

Some Reflections Growing Out Of The Recent Epidemic Of Influenza That Afflicted Our City

Editor’s Note: The following sermon was delivered by Francis J. Grimke on Sunday, November 3, 1918 at the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church in Washington, D. C. after the outbreak of the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic. 2 Samuel 24:15–16: So Jehovah sent a pestilence upon Israel from the morning even unto the time appointed; and there […]

Good Friday: A Roman’s Perspective

Click on the link below APRIL 10, 2020 Joe White imaginatively illustrates the events surrounding the crucifixion of Christ as he takes on the persona of a Roman craftsman tasked with building the cross that will be used for the execution.Original Air Date: April 10, 2009

Six Hours One Friday

Max Lucado9 hours ago He was uneasy. He had been since noon. It wasn’t the deaths that troubled him. The centurion was no stranger to finality. Over the years he’d grown callous to the screams of the crucified. He’d mastered the art of numbing his heart. But this crucifixion plagued him. The day began as had a hundred […]

Was Christ Crucified on Good Friday or Another Day?

Paul Baxter apologetics, crucifixion, Easter, history, resurections May 3 2017 While six ministers and I were eating at Cracker Barrel on a recent Monday, a question was raised about the day Jesus was crucified. There was serious discussion about what Jesus said in Matthew 12:40 about how He, the Son of Man, would be buried for three days and three nights.” […]

Good Friday Timeline

Mark Vroegop As we remember the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday, I find a timeline is helpful. Seeing the times, events, and scripture references make this historical event more vivid and personal. All three congregations of College Park (NorthIndy, Fishers, and Castleton) will gather tonight at 7 PM to mark this eternity-altering moment. As you prepare […]


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