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Tennessee Baptists from New Duck River Baptist Association, based in Shelbyville, relate to Eskimo children in Ambler, Alaska, this summer outside the Baptist cabin.

DOM USES MECHANICAL SKILLS TO REACH ESKIMOS

By Connie Davis Bushey News Editor, Baptist and Reflector SHELBYVILLE — This summer Tim Key found a new way to minister to the Eskimo or Inupiat people in Alaska he has grown to love. He repairs their four-wheelers or ATVs. Key, director of missions, New Duck River Baptist Association, used to be a motorcycle mechanic. There are many needs in the four villages … [Read More...]

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POLYGAMISTS APPEAL TO S. COURT

Baptist Press WASHINGTON — Polygamy is knocking at the door of the U.S. Supreme Court. A polygamous family featured in the reality television show “Sister … [Read More...]

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SEP. 25: LIVING AS STRANGERS

By Hoyt Wilson Pastor, Flatwoods Baptist Church, Holladay Focal Passage: I Peter 2:11-20 All of us begin life as strangers. When forced from our mother’s … [Read More...]

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Officer Joseph Rigsby, left, school resource officer for the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Department, based in Murfreesboro, stands with Matt Harris, pastor, Holly Grove Baptist Church, Lascassas. Harris is a bivocational pastor who works at a middle school as an educational assistant with Rigsby.

PRAY FOR AND LOVE STUDENTS: SRO OFFICER

By Lonnie Wilkey Editor, Baptist and Reflector LASCASSAS — School Resource Officer Joseph Rigsby of the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Department asked members of Holly Grove Baptist Church here to pray for and show love to students — at his middle school … [Read More...]

Dan Parker, pastor, Parkway Baptist Church, Smyrna, holds the small towel presented to each new member of the church to symbolize the ministry focus of the church. Each new member is invited to join one of Parkway’s 38 ministry teams.

CHURCH ACCEPTS MISSIONS WORK AT HOME

By Connie Davis Bushey News Editor, Baptist and Reflector SMYRNA — Missions work is never easy but Parkway Baptist Church here is ready for challenges, said Pastor Dan Parker recently. In fact, Parkway Baptist sees God work the most when it accepts … [Read More...]

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BULLYING: NCAA TAKES ITS BALL AND LEAVES

By Lonnie Wilkey Editor, Baptist and Reflector My 3-year-old grandson, Eli Beasley, is playing soccer this fall. Personally, I think he is too young to play in a league, but Pappy deferred to his parents. Well, Eli is proving Pappy probably was right. … [Read More...]