Church Resources

Law/Legal/Politics/Voting | Mar. 2 2000

Jail deputy suspended for praying with inmates

TAMPA, Fla. — The Associated Press reported in early January that a jail deputy in the Tampa Bay area was suspended for refusing to stop... [READ MORE]

Alabama | Mar. 2 2000

Gospel, ‘liquid gold’ used to reach out to Hispanics

It was an “Experiencing God” class more than six years ago that taught Carlos Gomez about working where he finds the Lord.    ... [READ MORE]

Bible Beliefs | Mar. 2 2000

Seminaries offer Bibles to prospective students

LOUISVILLE, Ky.— Seminaries have begun sending a CD-ROM Bible to prospective students after finding a growing number of incoming freshmen... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Mar. 2 2000

‘Jesus on Leadership’ conference set for April 3

A conference examining Jesus’ leadership is scheduled for April 3 at Mt. Hebron West Baptist Church in Elmore. Gene Wilkes, pastor of Legacy... [READ MORE]

Conferences | Mar. 2 2000

Women’s ministry focus of WMU conference

Alabama Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) is working toward its goal to “help women become radically involved in the Mission of God”... [READ MORE]

Administration Issues | Mar. 2 2000

International Bible Society names new president

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — the International Bible Society (IBS) has named a former executive of American Bible Society as its new president.... [READ MORE]

Death and Dying | Mar. 2 2000

Charles Schulz dies of colon cancer

SANTA ROSA, Calif. — “Peanuts” creator Charles Schulz, the world’s best-known cartoonist, died in his sleep Feb. 12 of... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Mar. 2 2000

Prattville attorney Bowen named WMU ministry consultant

Prattville attorney Melissa Bowen has been named a consultant for women’s missions and ministries with the Alabama Woman’s Missionary... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Feb. 24 2000

Potts gains new position at Samford

Earl Potts, former executive director of the Alabama Baptist State Convention, has been named director of ministerial placement at Samford University.... [READ MORE]

Europe | Feb. 24 2000

Evangelical radio station allowed to resume

ATHENS, Greece — An Athens court ruled Jan. 31 that the closing of evangelical radio station Channel 2000 by Greek authorities was illegal,... [READ MORE]