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Tag Archives: Great Commission
I was asked this question the other day and not for the first time since the discussion surrounding GCR began. If the SBC entities were to disappear, would the local Southern Baptist church notice?
The Rabbit and The Elephant: Why Small is the New Big for Today’s Church shares an interesting analogy about church planting. This analogy points out that if one were to put two elephants in a room, it would take up … Continue reading
There is a technique in marital and family counseling for the members to identify the problem and separate the problem from the individuals. This is a technique known as “externalization” and is popular with narrative therapy. In the case with … Continue reading
It seems all the news about state conventions is gloom, despair, and agony. In North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, for instance, cutbacks are being made in budgets and staff. The Biblical Recorder reports of NC Baptists cutting their budget … Continue reading
The B-52 Stratofortress is an amazing aircraft. It has been in active service with the United States Air Force since 1955. In spite of technological advances since its introduction, it has been found to be a durable workhorse with a … Continue reading
The British Army evacuated Dunkirk from May 27-June 4, 1940. Initially, this evacuation of the army was carried out by the Royal Navy. However, the leadership realized that the deep draft of their large vessels kept them from effectively reaching the troops trapped on the beaches of Dunkirk (Rickard, 2008). Continue reading