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Kay Warren Remembers Elisabeth Elliot’s ‘Radical Obedience’

Early this morning, Elisabeth Elliot came face to face with her heart’s truest love—Jesus Christ. On Earth, she married three times—her first two husbands preceded her in death – but from earliest childhood her deepest affections were for her Savior, and it was for Him that her soul yearned. June

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The Importance of Teaching Children Church History

Ask my four children what their father loves and ranking high on the list after “Jesus, our mom, baseball, and the Georgia Bulldogs,” might just be “dead people.” Why? The fact that I teach church history notwithstanding, I think it is important that my children—beginning at a tender age—understand the

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Before William Carey or Lott Carey, There Was George Liele: America’s First Baptist Missionary Remembered

The only four Baptist pastors in Georgia at the dawn of the American Revolution were so impressed with the 15-year-old's testimony and gift of exhortation, they licensed him to preach. (more…)

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Southeastern Seminary’s Edgar Aponte Shares How the United States Can Support Latin and South American Evangelicalism

The Context In 1996, Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona released "Si el norte fuera el sur" (If the north were the south). In this song, in a type of Willie Nelson spirit, Arjona explores and criticizes the cultural-political differences as well as the relationship between the United States and Latin America. There

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