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Rummage joins MBTS faculty, remains pastor at OKC, Quail Springs
Aug23

Rummage joins MBTS faculty, remains pastor at OKC, Quail Springs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP)—Jason K. Allen, president of Midwestern Seminary, announced that Stephen Rummage has joined Midwestern’s faculty as professor of preaching and pastoral ministry as well as senior preaching fellow for the C.H. Spurgeon Center & Library. Rummage will continue his role as senior pastor of Oklahoma City, Quail Springs, serving at Midwestern by commuting to Kansas City, Mo., for doctoral seminars and to...

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2019 IFC makes ‘eternal impact’
Aug12

2019 IFC makes ‘eternal impact’

DAVIS—Falls Creek Baptist Indian Assembly—or “Indian Falls Creek” (IFC) as it is often called—has become one of the most uniquely impactful events in the country, since the annual family camp gathering was established in Oklahoma in 1947. The 2019 IFC, which took place July 28-August 1 at Falls Creek Baptist Conference Center, was as impactful as ever, with more than 2,600 campers attending, who represented more than 25 tribes and...

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Deaf adults eager to hear Gospel in South Asia
Aug02

Deaf adults eager to hear Gospel in South Asia

SOUTH ASIA (BP) — International Mission Board missionary Bethany meets regularly with a group of four Deaf friends from South Asia. These friends are Hindus and are eager to know more about the one true God. Bethany (name changed for security) teaches the group Bible stories in sign language. Each night, Bethany and the group discuss a different story, and she has presented the Gospel multiple times. They’ve talked about...

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Gray named new exec. dir. of Kentucky Baptist Conv.
Jul29

Gray named new exec. dir. of Kentucky Baptist Conv.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) — Todd Gray has been named the new executive director-treasurer of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. Gray, a Kentucky native, was confirmed by the Mission Board of the Kentucky Baptist Convention to the position in a special called meeting on Thursday (July 25) in Louisville. Gray called the appointment a great honor. “While I did not aspire to the position, I couldn’t be more grateful for the...

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Life of service leads couple to Bapt. mission
Jul24

Life of service leads couple to Bapt. mission

PIKEVILLE, Ky. (BP) — When Richard Greene visited Gulfport, Miss., while on his first mission trip in February 2006, he said it would become the moment to define his future as a pastor and as a Christian. It had been six months since Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast. The Category 3 hurricane impacted dozens of towns like Gulfport, killing more than 1,000 people and displacing thousands from their homes. According to...

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