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On the Move_112403

Posted: 11/24/03

On the Move

bluebull Bob Acker to Second Church in Dallas as pastor.

bluebull Jeff Bauman to Eaves Tabernacle Church in Leesburg as pastor.

bluebull Leamon Blalock to Douglassville Church in Douglassville as pastor.

Rankin, IMB trustees respond to professor's critique_112403

Posted: 11/24/03

Rankin, IMB trustees respond to professor's critique

LEXINGTON, Ky.--The president and trustees of the International Mission Board have responded to a critical evaluation circulated by a seminary missions professor.

A paper written by Keith Eitel of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and mailed to IMB trustees by Paige Patterson, president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, drew a strong response from IMB President Jerry Rankin.

In the paper, Eitel accuses Rankin and other IMB administrators of failing to be doctrinally stringent enough. He specifically cites concerns about partnerships with other Great Commission Christian groups that require lesser doctrinal adherence and the role of women in missions leadership.

River Ministry honors church_112403

Posted: 11/24/03

River Ministry honors church

By Teresa Young

Wayland Baptist University

LUBBOCK--Supporters of Texas Baptist River Ministry recognized a mission-minded church and heard a missions testimony during the annual River Ministry luncheon Nov. 10.

SOUPER BOWL: Students tackle hunger_112403

Posted: 11/24/03
Souper Bowl of Caring youth volunteers join Brad Smith, Bob McNair, George Bush, Janice McNair and Barbara Bush to kick off the 2004 campaign at a Houston Texans game.

SOUPER BOWL:
Students tackle hunger

By Marv Knox

Editor

HOUSTON--No matter who competes in the next Super Bowl, youth from across the country are drawing up a game plan to make sure hungry people win on Super Sunday.

Texas Baptist Men attempts to walk between two Texas Baptist bodies_112403

Posted: 11/24/03

Texas Baptist Men attempts to walk
between two Texas Baptist bodies

By Ken Camp

Texas Baptist Communications

Treading the ground between competing Baptist conventions is no walk in the park, but it's the path Texas Baptist Men has chosen, according to Interim Executive Director Leo Smith.

 
 
 
 
 
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