Tag Archives: Southern Baptist

The End Of Justice


Our world tells us we are modern. Modern, civil rights-minded people. We are enlightened, our minds liberated from the chains of ignorance, our souls untainted by the stain of the prejudice of our fathers.

These were the ones with the white hoods; the ones burning witches. They were too good to share a water fountain with their black brothers, a livable wage with their own workers, or the right to vote with their own moms. Yes, these were the ones who killed our modern-day prophets, who put the bullet through Dr. King’s chin.

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For Thom Rainer: 8 Reasons Women Are Leaving Your Church


Thom Rainer, president and CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources (an entity of the Southern Baptist Convention) recently posted a podcast addressing why he thinks women are leaving church. As a Biblical woman who has left the SBC church, Monica Dennington offers Mr. Rainer and the SBC a first-person perspective, and a more accurate list of 8 Reasons Women Leave Southern Baptist Churches.

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We Are Few Because We Have Been Hunted: A Message For SBC Pastors


A civil rights message for Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) pastors meeting in Baltimore, MD for their 2014 annual meeting (June 10-11, 2014).

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Christianity, Islam, And The Woman (The SBC, Wade Burleson, And A Question From The Lord)


In this session of Prophecy and Spiritual Warfare, Monica will address several current events, including:

1) The plight of Meriam Ibrahim — the pregnant Christian woman sentenced to death in Sudan for refusing to convert to Islam.

2) The recent revelation that Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary —which fired one of its professors for being a woman and systematically disfellowshipped churches with female pastors — has admitted a professing Muslim into their school.

3) The belief these two religious groups hold in common.

Join Monica as she takes you straight to the Bible to find out who’s side God is on — and who is on the Lord’s side!

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