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Christmas hospitality: How missions, parties collide

Friday, December 15, 2017
Planning to share Christ with your neighbors this Christmas season? Preston Fidler, a language trainer and church planter in Central Asia, shares how Christmas parties can have more of a Kingdom impact -- even if inviting people over is "as scary as Charles Dickens' Ghost of Christmas Future."

Security tightens at small churches after TX shooting

Friday, December 15, 2017
In the wake of November's deadly church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, an expanding cadre of small- and medium-sized-church leaders is developing security plans in an effort to prevent armed attacks and other threats at their churches.

Seminary's impact strengthens family's call to serve

Friday, December 15, 2017
As Lesley Hildreth walked across the stage with her daughter, Rachel Hildreth Breniser, at Binkley Chapel on Dec. 8 to receive their degrees, the moment represented not only personal accomplishments but also Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary's influence on the Hildreth family.
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Consider the Christ of Christmas

Friday, December 15, 2017
N.C. Baptist leader Milton Hollifield reflects on Isaiah 9:6 and what this one verse of Scripture teaches us about the Christ whose birth we celebrate at Christmas.

Training, equipping focus of 2018...

Thursday, December 14, 2017
The annual Disciple-Making Conference will feature a special emphasis on training and equipping in practical aspects of disciple-making in the realms of the home, church and world.

Coats open doors for Jesus in New York

Wednesday, December 13, 2017
The seventh annual Coats for the City event was described by one pastor as “an opportunity for us not just to give them a coat, but also to confess our hope in who Jesus is.�