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Church leads visitors on a walk-through journey to Bethlehem_122004

Posted: 12/10/04

Church leads visitors on a walk-through journey to Bethlehem

By Michael Leathers

Associated Baptist Press

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (ABP)—With just a portable heater as defense against the cool night, Kendra Jackson waits for the next group of Christmas celebrants to arrive. The 30-something mother of two daughters is portraying Anna in the interactive Christmas drama produced by Western Oaks Baptist Church.

Colleyville church feeds the needy, draws 138 to professions of faith in Christ_122004

Posted: 12/10/04

Colleyville church feeds the needy,
draws 138 to professions of faith in Christ

By Gregory Tomlin

Baptist Press

COLLEYVILLE (BP)—It wasn’t quite comparable to the New Testament feeding of the 5,000, but an army of volunteers served hot meals and passed out sacks of groceries to more than 2,800 people.

Shared holiday meal fills El Paso Baptists with renewed passion for missions_122004

Posted: 12/10/04
More than 100 faculty and staff members of the Alfa & Omega School in Denia, Spain line up for a Thanksgiving meal provided by volunteers from First Baptist Church in El Paso.

Shared holiday meal fills El Paso
Baptists with renewed passion for missions

By John Hall

Texas Baptist Communications

EL PASO—A holiday meal filled several Texas Baptists from El Paso with a renewed desire to see and meet needs around them.

Evangelical Theological Society to adopt Chicago Statement on inerrancy_122004

Posted: 12/10/04

Evangelical Theological Society to
adopt Chicago Statement on inerrancy

By Jeff Robinson

Baptist Press

SAN ANTONIO (BP)—Members of the Evangelical Theological Society passed a resolution to consider using the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy to clarify the organization’s position on the inerrancy of Scripture.

Court dismisses most of legal challenges to faith-based initiatives_122004

Posted: 12/10/04

Court dismisses most of legal
challenges to faith-based initiatives

By Robert Marus

ABP Washington Bureau

WASHINGTON (ABP)—A federal judge has dismissed the most sweeping portions of a lawsuit that challenged President Bush's faith-based initiative as unconstitutional.

 
 
 
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