May 5, 2016

Motherhood Comes with a Sword

Matt Recker

Luke 2:35

Simeon prophecies that Mary’s motherhood will be accompanied by a piercing sword of sorrow to her soul. How could this SINLESS SON who would never do wrong, bring sorrow? [Read More…]

God’s Law and Grace

George Stiekes

Exodus 20:20 And Moses said unto the people, Fear not: for God is come to prove you, and that His fear may be before your faces, that ye sin not. Principle: The Law of God manifests the grace of God, though it is misunderstood by many Christians.

John 1:17 – The law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ.

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A Critical Lesson from the History of Baptist World Mission

Bud Steadman

FrontLine March/April 2016 feature article.

The abundant fruit of Fundamental Baptist missions around the world in the twentieth century can be directly related to the separatism of that movement, which spawned a number of biblically based mission agencies. A critical lesson concerning the core of a scriptural mission philosophy can and must be learned from the history of modern Baptist missions.

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Missions: Past, Present, Future

FrontLine — March/April 2016 | VOLUME 26 | NUMBER 2

Has Missions Philosophy Changed?

Kevin L. Brosnan

2016-MarchApril-Cover_smThe theme of this edition of FrontLine takes the form of a question: “Has missions philosophy changed?” And there is no doubt that it has. The real question is, “Are the changes beneficial or detrimental to the cause of New Testament missions?” Much of the change we see in our culture broadly— and in our churches more specifically—alarms us. There is an undeniable trend of moral and theological decline. This trend directly impacts the progress of missions in our generation. A general dissatisfaction on both the political and religious landscapes in recent years has at times embraced change for the sake of change. Such reckless reaction also spreads havoc on the work of missions.

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Call Upon that One Who Loves You

Beneth Jones

“Sunshine on the Soapsuds”

Spring-green everywhere. Skies cloudless and blue. Fruit tree blossoms and lilacs delightfully pleasing the eye and the nose. It was on such a day as this when I experienced my first face-to-face meeting with a monster.

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