Baptist News


Men | Jan. 6 2000

First, Jacksonville, pastor plans retirement

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Homer Lindsay Jr., pastor of First Baptist Church in Jacksonville for nearly 31 years, announced Dec. 19 that he will... [READ MORE]

Alabama | Jan. 6 2000

A Year in Review

By far, the biggest news for Alabama Baptists in 1999 was the defeat of proposed state lottery gambling. Church leaders from different denominations,... [READ MORE]

Men | Jan. 6 2000

Halbrooks chosen to lead divinity school

RICHMOND, Va. – The faculty dean at Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond has been tapped as president of American Baptist-related Colgate... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Jan. 6 2000

YouthLink 2000

More than 1,200 Alabama students found a unique way to spend the end of the 20th Century. They didn’t use the last days of their Christmas... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Jan. 6 2000

Thousands respond to invitation

Southern Baptist mission leaders gave a simultaneous invitation to students attending YouthLink 2000 the morning of Dec. 31 to be on mission... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Jan. 6 2000

WMU releases new Bible study series

BIRMINGHAM – Responding to a growing number of requests for Bible study materials, national Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) has published... [READ MORE]

Alabama | Jan. 6 2000

Relief headed to Venezuela continues

Relief has continued to pour into Venezuela following flooding in December that left thousands dead and many more homeless. To date Southern... [READ MORE]

Conferences | Jan. 6 2000

Thousands Respond to Invitation

Southern Baptist mission leaders gave a simultaneous invitation to students attending YouthLink 2000 the morning of Dec. 31 to be on mission... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Jan. 6 2000

UM nursing program earns grant

The Helene Fuld Health Trust of New York has awarded a $70,000 grant to the University of Mobile (UM) to help registered nurses earn their bachelor’s... [READ MORE]

Conferences | Jan. 6 2000

Columbine crosses displayed

The display’s symbols couldn’t be ignored. Spread out in the back on an exhibition hall of the Georgia World Congress Center, 12... [READ MORE]

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