Southern Baptist Convention

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an association of Southern Baptists

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There were over 1,100 Southern Baptist Church leaders from 13 states and 10 Baptist State Conventions in attendance.
Americans United asked the IRS to investigate the First Southern Baptist Church of Buena Park after the Rev.
A Comparative Analysis of Factors Affecting Southern Baptist Church Planting Grids in the East Asia, Middle America, and Eastern Africa Regions.
Standing" sounds straight out of a Southern Baptist church, a swaying spiritual with haunting organs, punctuating guitar licks, and choir-like backing vocals.
The idea for a drive-through production emerged shortly after the southern Baptist church, established in 1927, relocated to Clinton in September, 1996.
I was ordained into gospel ministry within the Southern Baptist Church in February 2016, the same weekend we hosted the first Sunfield Community Revival, which we partnered with Sunfield United Methodist Church to host.
However, no Southern Baptist church ordained a woman until 1964 when the Watts Street Baptist Church in Durham, North Carolina, ordained Addie Davis.
When Americans United for Separation of Church and State reported the First Southern Baptist Church of Buena Park to the Internal Revenue Service last August for electioneering, its flamboyant pastor was unrepentant.
In this case, a Southern Baptist church historian has produced a popular piece to promote mission commitment at the end of the twentieth century.
In 1964 Addie Davis was the first Southern Baptist woman to be ordained into the ministry, but she could find no Southern Baptist church to pastor.
Jonathan Byrd is a native North Carolinian who grew up singing in the Southern Baptist church.
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