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In the last ten weeks, I’ve preached nine four-day revivals. When people see my preaching calendar they often ask, “Do revivals still work?” The short answer is, “Yes!” This Fall revival season is yielding great results because workers from the local church are doing their work. A farmer doesn’t experience[...]

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I love Georgia! And I'm not just talking about football. I love the people in Georgia. Over the years, God has brought people from across the state across my path. Many of those are in ministry, but many are desperately in need of being ministered to. While it’s true that[...]

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Almost anything you read about Millennials paints a disheartening picture. The research on this generation, as a whole, is burdening. So I jumped on the opportunity to preach Spiritual Emphasis Week at Truett-McConnell University. After three days on the campus of TMU, my burden for Millennials is mixed with a[...]

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At BKM, we desire to reach as many people as we can with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Your prayers and financial support help us to accomplish our mission. Thank you. But we also want to support your efforts to witness to the lost and to encourage other believers. I[...]

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A quick glance at the news or at social media confirms that common sense is no longer common. And to make matters worse, anything Christians say about the current state of affairs seems to offend someone, somewhere, somehow. In such a hyper-sensitive atmosphere, conversations can quickly become debates. Sharing your[...]

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If you ever wonder how your financial support of BKM makes a difference, then I hope this story from Uganda will encourage you. Dr. Brenda Kowalske wanted to make a need known on social media. When I asked about it, she told me about a 12-year-old boy named Matthew who[...]

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When I started BKM, I knew I wanted to be engaged in foreign missions. So our recent trip to Uganda, hosted by Helping Hands Foreign Missions, was the first of many. Traveling with me were Dr. Robby Foster, a longtime friend and senior pastor of Northside Baptist Church in Valdosta,[...]

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Nearly 30 years after our wedding, Stacey and I have learned that marriage is a four-letter word - work! We just returned from Louisiana, where we had the privilege of leading a couple’s conference at First Baptist Church of Houma. I’m greatly encouraged by the growing number of churches committed[...]

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Our February newsletter posed the question, “Have we lost our passion for the lost?” I pray that being reminded of their condition has burdened you to pray for people who are without Christ and has made you more intentional in sharing the Gospel. Today I want to ask a related[...]

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