RUSTBURG, Va. (BP) -- A Virginia woman who allegedly suffocated her newborn baby hasn’t been charged with murder because the umbilical cord was still attached to the placenta which was still in the mother. According to Captain L.T. Guthrie of the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office, the case is still under review, but it appears that the intentional suffocation of her newly-born infant will go unpunished.
DALLAS (BP) -- In what might be arguably the most significant meeting yet for the Great Commission Resurgence Task Force, 22 executive directors of Southern Baptist state conventions met with them Oct. 27, to offer some competing, some complementing views and vision about the Southern Baptist Convention and what is needed for a Great Commission resurgence.
DALLAS (BP) -- Following an Oct. 27 dialogue with 22 executive directors of Southern Baptist state conventions, Great Commission Resurgence Task Force chairman Ronnie Floyd addressed several issues on which he felt the record needed to be “set straight.”
DALLAS (BP) -- Johnny Hunt, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, said substantial giving through the Cooperative Program is not the only way of participating in the work of the convention and Baptists must stop using a CP giving percentage as a measuring rod for commitment to the Great Commission.