From the Vault: Easter Is for Evangelism
Here at the Summit, we’re praying that God would use the upcoming Easter holiday to...
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Racial Reconciliation and Cultural Diversity in the SBC
Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. looked ahead and boldly declared that God’s desire...
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Why I’m Accepting the Nomination for SBC President
Many have asked if I am planning to run when Steve Gaines’ term is over...
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#MLK50: A Mountaintop Prayer and a Mountaintop Moment
Fifty years ago, Dr. King looked ahead and boldly declared that God’s desire for racial...
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Take a Break Already
One of the most practical reasons for the Sabbath is to remind us regularly that...
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500 Years After the Reformation, the Gospel Is Still Worth Fighting For
"Since you want a simple reply, I’ll give you one without ‘horns or teeth.’ Unless...
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Why Rosaria Butterfield Signed the Nashville Statement
“Twenty years ago, I lived as a lesbian. I delighted in my lover, our home...
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Righteously Angry, Graciously Hopeful: In Light of Charlottesville
If we aren’t bothered by ideas that consider other people sub-human, we haven’t yet understood...
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Why No Christian Should Be Silent About the Evils of White Supremacy
While Christians may disagree about many things, we all agree that any kind of racial superiority...
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From the Vault: Back to School Edition
Many of you have sensed it already. Perhaps it was the pumpkin spice that snuck...
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