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NEWS FROM THE BH&HS:
On Friday, June 30 at this year’s Cooperative Baptist Fellowship General Assembly Bruce Gourley is leading a breakout session on behalf of the BH&HS. Come and participate in a conversation about “What Does Baptist Dissent Look Like, and Why Does it Matter?”
Society member and University of Mary Hardin-Baylor professor Carol Crawford Holcomb has been recognized by a local newspaper for receiving the BH&HS W. O. Carver Distinguished Service Award.
Long-time Georgia pastor and noted Baptist leader Dr. John M. Finley has been named, effective July 1, as the new executive director of the Baptist History and Heritage Society.
United in Diversity: Our Baptist Witness Past and Present by Bruce Gourley has been published in the CBF Illuminations Series
Video and Audio Resources:
Stories and Hopes of young CBF Baptists is a new video produced in conjunction with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and with funding from the Eula Mae and John Baugh Foundation.
“Our Faith Heritage: Sharing Christ’s Love in Word and Deed”
Bruce Gourley, preaching at Central Baptist Church Bearden, Knoxville, Tennessee (2016)
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