by Keith Bassham

From a message preached in the fall meeting of the Baptist Bible Fellowship in September 2014

When Jesus was conversing with Nicodemus, he illustrated the Spirit’s workings by comparing it with the wind [click to continue…]

by Mark Conn

There’s a lot to be said for the simplified life. Sometimes the simplified life is the result of a choice, and sometimes the choice is thrust upon you. [click to continue…]

Marjorie Browning 1932-2014

The remarkable earthly life of BBFI missionary Marjorie Browning came to an abrupt end November 12, 2014. [click to continue…]

an Editorial about stewardship

by Rick Blue, Assistant to the President, Baptist Bible College

We have a problem! Our missionaries are having to get by on less and less. It is now taking years for new missionaries to get enough support to get to the field. [click to continue…]

by Jon Konnerup

I first met Russ Daniels when my family drove for four days and nights from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to Nairobi, Kenya. [click to continue…]

by Charles Lyons

Jeremiah Lanphier was a single, middle-age businessman with no family. Ministering in the dark slums of Hell’s Kitchen in the 1850s, he found himself spiritually, emotionally, and physically drained from his work. [click to continue…]

by Keith Bassham

A couple of months back, the Tribune’s assistant editor, Rob Walker, came to me with an idea for the January issue. He envisioned a theme, something along the lines of “15 for ’15,” and you will see that idea woven through this Tribune. [click to continue…]

by Jon Konnerup

Upon receiving the theme for this Tribune issue, several lists of 15 mission-related things for 2015 ran through my mind [click to continue…]