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Missouri convention wants control or assets of remaining litigants

Regaining control is the heart of the Missouri Baptist Convention’s ongoing legal action against three formerly affiliated institutions. If control cannot be restored, then the convention would like its “stuff” returned, a Cole County judge learned May 11.
       

University to investigate alleged untruths by seminary president

Liberty University will investigate reports that its seminary president has misled the public in his testimony about converting from militant Islam to Christianity, officials of the school in Lynchburg, Va., announced May 10.
       

Task force report urges SBC to free IMB to work in North America

The Great Commission Resurgence Task Force will ask the Southern Baptist Convention to give its International Mission Board freedom to evangelize unreached people groups on what had been the exclusive turf of the North American Mission Board.
       

Book urges Christians to go green for God

Jonathan Merritt says he was both disappointed and pleasantly surprised by the response he received after organizing several hundred Southern Baptists in 2008 to issue a statement identifying the environment and climate change as moral issues.
       

Southern Baptist jailed in Haiti to stand trial on reduced charge

Southern Baptist mission volunteer Laura Silsby will stand trial in Haiti on a charge of arranging irregular travel, CNN reported April 26.
       

Founding CBF Coordinator Cecil Sherman dies after heart attack

Cecil Sherman, one of the central figures to help give birth to the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, died from complications of a heart attack April 17 in Virginia.
       

Moderate Baptist leader Cecil Sherman dies

Cecil Sherman, 82, one of the most visible moderate leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention controversy of the 1980s and first coordinator of the breakaway Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, died April 17 from complications of a heart attack.
       

Founding CBF Coordinator Cecil Sherman dies after heart attack

Cecil Sherman, one of the central figures to help give birth to the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, died from complications of a heart attack April 17 in Virginia.
       

CBF, Mercer to provide prosthetics for Haitian amputees

The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has awarded a $50,000 grant to Mercer University to provide affordable prosthetics for Haiti, where thousands of people lost limbs in the January 2010 earthquake. Video Included
       

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Associated Baptist Press has been given a $125,000 grant from the Eula Mae and John Baugh Foundation for its 2010 budget.
       

Black pastor says he doesn't plan to run for SBC president

A Louisiana pastor says he has no plans to be nominated as the Southern Baptist Convention's first African-American president this summer in Orlando, Fla., even though his candidacy had been promoted in an Arlington pastor's blog.
       

Pastor says it is time for Southern Baptists to elect a black president

Arlington pastor Dwight McKissic says it is time for the Southern Baptist Convention to elect its first black president.
       

Georgia Baptists target second church with woman pastor

For the second straight year, the Georgia Baptist Convention is poised to cut ties with a church over the issue of women in ministry.
       

Great Commission Task Force head surprised at backlash to report

The head of a task force appointed last summer to recommend ways to make the Southern Baptist Convention more effective in reaching the lost said he was surprised by negative reaction to parts of the group's preliminary report.
       

At 100, minister slows down, but he keeps on serving God

J.W. Archie, who just turned 100 years old, still performs his usual duties as associate pastor for Mount Hebron Missionary Baptist Church in Thomas, Ala.
       
 
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