The Southern Baptist Convention has no authority over its affiliated churches. None. Not some, none—period.
In this episode, Dr. Chris Chun and Dr. David Rathel unpack their views on infant baptism, their experiences as Southern Baptists, common myths and misconceptions of Baptist life, and more.
In A History of Evangelism in North America (edited by Thomas P. Johnson), Dr. Kristen Ferguson contributes to this volume by detailing the evangelistic influence of Henrietta Mears.
How much should a pastor be paid? This week, Dr. Iorg discusses how a church can approach that complex question with care, data and a commitment to long-term church health.
Dr. Iorg evaluates the Church's current problems in view of the problems the church has faced throughout the centuries.
Carlos Pamplona provides a thorough introduction to Trinitarian doctrine and advocates for its practicality in Christian ministry.
In this week's president's blog, Dr. Iorg recognizes the incredible work of countless ministers' wives in anticipation of their luncheon at the SBC annual meeting.
Dr. Hopkins gives an overview of the historical development of the Armenian Christian population in Iran throughout the years and explains the significance of their presence in the country.
Many ministers grappled with the dilemma of how to build needed community when God's people could not gather during the days of COVID-19 lockdown. In response, Gateway faculty felt compelled to create helpful, instructive, and encouraging resources for the dispersed church.