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Baptist Briefs

Baptist Briefs: Jeb Bush, Russell Moore to confer

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush will meet privately next month with Southern Baptist Convention Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission President Russell Moore, in an effort to reach out to evangelicals should he decide to run for president in 2016.

Baptist Briefs

Baptist Briefs: Lipper honors Guidestone

The annual Lipper Fund Awards recognized GuideStone Financial Resources for outstanding fund performance.

biblical womanhood

Seminary website lists aspects of ‘biblical womanhood’

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary released a statement by women and for women to counter misunderstanding and negativity the authors say abound on what they call biblical womanhood.

Golden Gate Seminary

Golden Gate Seminary sells campus, starts relocation

Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary reached a sale agreement for all its campus property in Mill Valley, Calif., and initiated relocation of its primary campus to Southern California.

Baptist Briefs

Baptist Briefs: Accreditation of college under scrutiny

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools plans to investigate media reports that documents submitted leading to reaffirmation of Louisiana College’s accreditation in December may have been forged

Glorieta case remains in federal court

Glorieta case remains in federal court despite challenge

A U.S. magistrate judge has ruled that a lawsuit filed by leaseholders at Glorieta Baptist Conference Center can proceed in federal court.

WorldCrafts Tour

WorldCrafts plans tour of artisan groups in Kenya and Uganda

A 17-day fair- and direct-trade tour will visit eight WorldCrafts artisan groups in Kenya and Uganda, Oct. 28–Nov. 13.

Baptist Briefs

Baptist Briefs: Proposal to merge two gatherings

Baptist World Alliance General Secretary Neville Callam has proposed the Baptist World Congress and the Baptist Youth World Conference be merged. 

Louisiana College

Former Louisiana College VP files lawsuit

A former Louisiana College administrator sued the Louisiana Baptist Convention-affiliated school, claiming wrongful termination after he filed a whistleblower report alleging misconduct by the school’s president.

North American Baptists

North American Baptists ask, what will we look like in 2064?

The FutureBaptists Convocation explored compelling visions for the half-century-old North American Baptist Fellowship.

Baptist groups at forefront of cooperative disaster relief

Baptists at forefront of cooperative disaster relief

In an age of declining respect for churches and an overall disinterest in religion, sometimes it takes a tornado or earthquake to show the world Baptists and other Christians can, in fact, do some things right.

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