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ABN edition for February 11, 2016

Thousands gather to focus on growth

LITTLE ROCK – In what has become a highlight each year for many Arkansas Baptist pastors, pastors’ wives and members, the Arkansas Baptist State Convention’s (ABSC) State Conference on Evangelism and Church Health, held Jan. 25-26 at Geyer Springs First Baptist Church, Little Rock, was a time of spiritual growth, fellowship and conviction.

“Every Christian is called to be a disciple; every Christian is called to share their faith; every Christian is called to help people know what it looks like to know and love Jesus,” Jim Putman, founder and senior pastor of Real Life Ministries in Post Falls, Idaho, told attendees at the conference.

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Pastor takes ‘steps’ to pay debt

DENNARD – Working to pay off a church’s debt is many times a step-by-step process that takes much time and effort to accomplish.

But for Rick Montgomery, pastor of The Zoo Church Village in Dennard, he is literally planning to walk (step) across Arkansas in an effort to pay off the church’s property.

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LifeWay trustees OK building relocation

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP) – Trustees of LifeWay Christian Resources have authorized the purchase of land and construction of a new corporate headquarters in Nashville, Tenn.

In their semiannual meeting, trustees approved a resolution to authorize LifeWay’s administration to purchase property in downtown Nashville for its future headquarters.

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Here's what you missed in the 2-11-16 edition of the Arkansas Baptist News if you aren't a subscriber: 

- Thousands gather to focus on growth
- Pastor takes ‘steps’ to pay debt
- LifeWay trustees OK building relocation
- ABN Digest
- Smith to attendees: ‘Just worship Him’
- Hundreds of voices ‘ring out’ at PraizFest
- Paron to offer 1st programmed summer camp
- Editorial & Opinion
- ABSC Agencies
- Lead/Defend Conf. debunks today’s cultural narrative
- Former Glorieta homeowners get legal aid
- Racial Reconciliation Sunday
- ‘Risen’ tells of Crucifixion from soldier’s eyes
- Huckabee ends bid for president after Iowa loss
- Across Arkansas
- Classifieds
- Judge OKs tax breaks for ark park
- CP 6.07% ahead of projection
- Annie Armstrong offering approaches
- Bible Commentary
- Bonus Content: New Hampshire evangelicals ‘energized’ for primaries
- Bonus Content: Super Bowl ad slammed by NARAL for ‘humanizing fetuses’

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