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Baptist Women: ‘Where Do We Go From Here?’

By LORETTA FULTON The last time the Texas Baptist Women in Ministry held an annual conference, the year was 2020, just before COVID-19 forced such gatherings to go online. And, the setting was in a very Baptist place–George W. Truett Theological Seminary on the campus of Baylor University.  This time, things were different. The organization was meeting live again for

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‘White Too Long’ Author Featured at ACU Lecure Series

The 2022 Don Williams & Royce Money Distinguished Lecture Series, set for April 20-21, will feature keynote speaker Dr. Robert P. Jones. The series, sponsored by the Carl Spain Center on Race Studies & Spiritual Action at Abilene Christian University, will be held in ACU’s Chapel on the Hill, located in the Biblical Studies Building. Click here to register Many

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March 15 Deadline to Register for ACU Summit

Contact: Wendy Kilmer, wendy.kilmer@acu.edu Director of Communications and Media Relations Deadline to register for ACU’s annual Summit is today, March 15. Sessions will be held on and off campus over a two-day period, March 31-April 1. For more information and to register, visit siburtinstitute.org/summit. The longstanding church leader gathering will focus on communal experiences and spiritual renewal in its new

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Woodson Lectue Series Focuses on African Diaspora

The Understanding of African, Caribbean, and African American History will be the theme for the Woodson Lecture Series Feb. 28, sponsored by the Carol Spain Center on Race Studies & Spiritual Action. The series will focus on unifying and strengthening the African Diaspora through a solid knowledge of history, according to a new release from the center, which is housed

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