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Middle East Christians: Strength Through Powerlessness | Elie Haddad, Middle East, European Baptist Federation, Religious Freedom, Religious Persecution
Middle East Christians: Strength Through Powerlessness
By: Elie Haddad
Middle East Christians are facing terrible tragedies on many fronts, but they're discovering how to be agents of hope to those around them with no hope. They may be powerless, but they're not weak. Read More ...
Elie Haddad

Church Makes Difference for 3rd-Grade Readers | Preston Clegg, Tutoring, Social Capital, Education
Church Makes Difference for 3rd-Grade Readers
By: Preston Clegg
When Second Baptist in Little Rock began to pray and research their next missions project, they focused on third-grade reading levels. The goal was to impact an injustice rather than treat its symptoms. Read More ...
Preston Clegg

What Kind of Leader Does Your Church Need? | Darren Blaney, Leadership, Baptists, Integrity
What Kind of Leader Does Your Church Need?
By: Darren Blaney
The Bible isn't concerned about churches being led by charismatic leaders sharing the vision and achieving goals. Its focus is on godly men and women helping others become godly men and women. Read More ...
Darren Blaney

Why Your Church Can Disagree and Still Be United | Pat Took, Baptists, Church Polity, Baptist Times, Church Freedom, Priesthood of Believers
Why Your Church Can Disagree and Still Be United
By: Pat Took
For a church to achieve unity, or be of "one mind," it doesn't require seeing eye-to-eye on all issues. Rather, churches should be filled with dissident voices struggling to find God's way together. Read More ...
Pat Took