Some Missional Thoughts About the Migrant Caravan

Unless you have signed off social media and have turned off your television, you have read/heard the stories about a so-called caravan of migrants making its way across Central America toward the US border. Thousands of men, women, and children have been traveling for weeks across Honduras and Mexico in the hope of entering the […]

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Praying for Iran

The Islamic Republic of Iran dominates the US news cycles again. There are conversations about sanctions, gas prices, and debates about political posturing. At Southeastern, Iran has a special place in our hearts for different reasons. The first ever Southern Baptist missionaries to Iran, Dr. George, and Joanne Braswell were students on our campus and […]

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Missions in the Madness

In the midst of one of the most controversial presidential campaigns in recent memory, a question that should be asked is: “What is a Great Commission Christian to do?” Sure, we can find blogs and podcasts, and well-meaning friends, telling how to vote, or not to vote. That is fine. It is probably even necessary. […]

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