by Greg Baxter

The Christian faith is unique because of Easter. The founder of every major religion except Christianity is dead and buried.

Yes, Jesus Christ died a sacrificial death but he also rose from the dead after three days. True salvation was provided by God himself through the atoning death of his Son. And his resurrection proved, among other things, his deity (John 2:19-22), the guarantee of the believer’s resurrection (Rom. 8:11; 1 Cor. 15:12-14, 20; Col. 1:18; 1 Pet. 1:3; Rev. 1:5), and the indwelling of the Holy Spirit and resurrection power (John 14:17; Acts 2:38; Rom 6:4; 8:11-14; Eph 1:13-14, 20; Phil 3:10-16). [click to continue…]

Reports from BBFI officers

Eddie Lyons, BBFI President

We had a great meeting in Orlando. I’d like to first thank our host, Pastor David Janney and staff, for doing such a great job hosting what was a very encouraging and inspiring time. There were several things that stood out to me. [click to continue…]

by Doug Kutilek

Frank W. Boreham (1871-1959), a native of England and raised by devout Christian parents, attended school through age 14, worked for wages for several years, and then went to London hoping to secure a career position at 17 (he was accomplished at short-hand). He was converted while in that metropolis. [click to continue…]

by Charles Lyons

Whatever your address, you live in an urbanized world. Cities run the world. The powers, ideas, and influences of urban centers impact every person on the planet. [click to continue…]