by Keith Bassham, former editor of the Baptist Bible Tribune

Baptist Bible Fellowship International history is a chronicle of persons, events, struggles, achievements, defeats, and victories. It is also the story of God at work in our modern world, touching lives, saving souls, planting churches, sending missionaries, and spreading the Gospel. [click to continue…]

Click here to download the BBFI Timeline graphic.

bbfi_timeline

The BBFI is a church planting story

by John Gross, APEX Director

I grew up in a little West Texas town called Phillips in the heart of the panhandle of Texas. Phillips had only one blinking red light, a Phillips gas station, a post office, and a general store. [click to continue…]

The Tribune through the years

by Rob Walker, Tribune Assistant Editor

(Updated and adapted from an article by Tom Harper in the January 2000 issue of the Tribune)

The story of the Baptist Bible Tribune goes all the way back to the meeting of pastors, workers, and students who gathered at the Texas Hotel in Denton, TX, after the previous day’s falling out with J. Frank Norris, who was then president of the World Fundamentalist Baptist Missionary Fellowship. [click to continue…]

by David Melton

Harold Rawlings, whose family was so instrumental in the foundation of Boston Baptist College, said it better than anyone else, “When this college was started, some said it was crazy and it would fail. But on the fortieth anniversary, I am happy to say that Boston Baptist College is alive and well!” [click to continue…]

by Randy Harp

Is the BBFI perfect? I think we all know the answer. My first impressions of the BBFI were all positive, largely because my pastor, Don Elmore, was extremely positive about the BBFI. [click to continue…]