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WHY PLATT’S APOLOGY IS IMPORTANT

By Chris Turner Director of Communications, TBMB “I’m sorry.” Two words that carry profound meaning and trigger acts of reconciliation. They admit a wrong, communicate humility, express a desire for forgiveness and move people toward a unified future. And that’s precisely why David Platt, president of the International Mission Board, needed to say he was sorry to … [Read More...]

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FEB. 26: REDEEMED AND SECURE

By Mark Proctor Pastor, Highland Park Baptist Church, Columbia Focal Passage: Ruth 3:8-13; 4:13-17 I love the story of the traveler who pulled his car … [Read More...]

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Disaster relief volunteers of Knox County Association of Baptists work on some trees at the site of a burned home in Gatlinburg.

DR HELPS 253 FAMILIES AFTER FIRES

By Connie Davis Bushey News Editor, Baptist and Reflector GATLINBURG — Disaster relief fire response “is so different … . We can’t go door to door saying, ‘Hey, we’re here for you,’ because there are no doors,” explained Kaye Thomas of Tennessee … [Read More...]

Steve Gaines, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, fields questions about topics of interest to Southern Baptists, from President Trump to the need for revival, during the annual meeting of state Baptist paper editors.
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GAINES TO HEADLINE RALLY

Compiled by B&R JACKSON — Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines will be the keynote speaker at the second annual West Tennessee Evangelism Rally March 5 at Union University. Ernest Easley, professor of evangelism at Union, said last … [Read More...]

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FEB. 26: GIVING WITH JOY

By Justin Randolph Pastor, Zion Hill Baptist Church, Sevierville Focal Passage: Philippians 4:10-20 More is the word that perhaps best characterizes our society — more wealth, more luxury, more significance, more gizmos, and more love.  Sometimes we do … [Read More...]