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Perilous Times For Pastors

Statistics About Pastors Pastors today are faced with more work, more problems, and more stress than any other time in the history of the church. This is taking a frightening toll on the ministry, shown by the statistics below: Pastors: -Fifteen hundred pastors leave the ministry each month due to moral failure, spiritual burnout or contention in their churches. -Four…

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266 – Sept. 23 – This Day in Baptist History Past

FEMA roots started sixty-years ago 1961 – David L. Cummins was pastoring in an industrial suburb of Detroit, MI when he was severely tested as to whether he would stand on his Baptist convictions, or compromise over what many would consider an insignificant issue. Those days were the height of the “cold” war between the U.S. and Russia when the…

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State Churches through Incorporation and Taxation Dr. Greg J. Dixon

Senate Office Bldg. From whence deriveth the church her authority? IRS 501(c)(3) or Matthew 28:18 A part of the following was given by Dr. Greg J. Dixon as testimony before the Senate Finance  Committee in Washington, D.C. in 1983. The chairman was Senator Robert A. Dole (R) of Kansas.  Even though Ronald Reagen had been swept into office along with…

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Bus overturns in Indianapolis, kills 3, 2 Dozen Injured

  US News  By Jack Phillips, Epoch Times | July 27, 2013 A Colonial Hills Baptist Church bus coming back to Indiana crashed on Saturday, killing three and injuring 26 others. The bus was carrying teenagers who were returning to Indiana from a church camp in Michigan. It crashed just a few minutes from the church, reported The Associated Press. Three people–a husband…

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Wanda Dixon’s Birthday Today – A Tribute by Dr. Greg J. Dixon

As life goes, things never quite work out the way we would like it to be.  If it would, yesterday’s entry of This Day in Baptist History Past should have been today.  It was about the godly wives of Benjamin Keach, the pastor at the Baptist church in Horsleydown, London in 1668.  You can go to The Trumpet on Line…

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PATRIOT PREACHERS

PATRIOT PREACHERS These patriot-preachers were   staunchly patriotic, seriously independent, and steadfastly courageous. They   were found in almost all of the various Protestant denominations at the time:   Baptist, Presbyterian, Congregational, Anglican, Lutheran, German Reformed,   etc. Their Sunday sermons — more than Patrick Henry’s oratory, Sam Adams’ and   James Warren’s “Committees of Correspondence,” or Thomas Paine’s “Summer…

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21 – Jan. 21 – THIS DAY IN BAPTIST HISTORY PAST

They had no other ambition but the glory of God.  On Jan. 21, 1788, one of the most, humble, yet historically significant events took place in the study of the College Lane Baptist Church in Northamptonshire, England that this old world ever know.  Four Baptist ministers met together for a day of prayer and fasting.  Neither of these four men…

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Pastor gets 57 new prospects in his first hour

We have called thousands of pastors and sold a number of the Automated Church Prospecting System to pastors and churches.  We have just updated our website and decided that we would begin to provide updates whenever something exciting happens with Automated Church Prospecting.  Here is our latest story: A pastor in Mississippi just bought the system and received his site,…

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