New Resource: Disciple-Making International

Disciple-Making International (DMI) is newly established website and resource center that we want to make our readers aware of. DMI is a parachurch organization that exists to “awaken a passion for the glory of God in all nations by encouraging and equipping Christians and churches to accomplish the Great Commission.” Most of the resources on […]

B21 Looks at “Orphanology”

B21 is thankful to New Hope Publishers for the opportunity to exclusively promote this week Orphanology: Awakening to Gospel-Centered Adoption and Orphan Care. Make sure to check back on the release date of the book, Baptist21 will be giving away a free copy of Orphanology.   Below B21 will provide: A link to the endorsements […]

The Local Church and the Great Commission: The Sending Out of Disciple-Makers

Check out the first part of this blog – The Local Church and the Great Commission: One Mission, Two Contexts One of the most effective ways for the local church to fulfill the Great Commission is to be actively involved in sending people out to make disciples in all nations.  One may respond to that […]

Video of B21′s “Men on Mission”

Baptist21 held an event entitled “Men on Mission” this past May. This event featured panel discussion and talksfrom Darrin Patrick, Alvin Reid, Bruce Ashford, and Kenny Qualls. Check out the Videos of the panel and each speaker below. Baptist21 is indebted to First Baptist Church Arnold for hosting the event and their extravagant kindness to […]

B21 Website Recommendation: Missions at Southeastern

Baptist21 would like to make our readers aware of a website resource entitled, “Missions at Southeastern.” It is the official blog of the Lewis A. Drummond Center for Great Commission Studies. The goal of this site is to highlight the unique mission work that is being done through SEBTS students, faculty and staff. This site […]

The Blessings of Participating in the Great Commission

This is a guest blog by Will Galloway (pseudonym): Former Missionary in Central Asia I attended the 2010 annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) this past week.  The main subject of the meeting was the report of the Great Commission Resurgence Task Force (GCRTF).  As a result, many of the sermons preached during […]

B21 in Global Missiology Publication (pt 2)

One of Baptist21’s Contributors (Nathan Akin) was published in the Global Missiology Quarterly. His contribution is entitled, “AN EXAMINATION OF MICHAEL FROST’S EXILES: LIVING MISSIONARLLY IN A POST-CHRISTIAN CULTURE” (click here for the full PDF) Baptist21 is posting the full article in 2 parts. Part One Part 2 – Frustrations with the Book However, there […]

The Freedom To Go

The Freedom to Go—Raising the Next Generation of SBC’ers: Being a dad is a blast!  My wife and I recently celebrated the birth of our second child, a little boy named Campbell Schafers Quinn (“Camp”).  It is a tremendous privilege to be entrusted with children and bear the responsibility for their rearing, challenging though it […]

Southeastern Seminary’s 20/20 Conference

February 6-7, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary will be hosting its annual 20/20 conference. This year’s conference is entitled “The Gospel Comes to Life.” The highlighted speakers for this event are Mark Driscoll, C.J. Mahaney, and Danny Akin. Here are some highlights from last year’s 20/20 to give you a feel for the impact of this […]

…When You Say Nothing At All

In a few days, my wife and I will be loading up the kids into a minivan and heading to Eastern Kentucky to celebrate Christmas with family. Not far from our holiday destination, however, there runs a little piece of history known as U.S. Highway 23, a stretch of road that has been officially dubbed […]

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