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Director's Corner




The Southern Baptist Convention, meeting in Phoenix, AZ, is over, but not without a certain amount of controversy.

It seems that there was extensive discussion and disagreement over a proposed resolution condemning the so-called

Alt-Right and racism. I want to go on the record as saying I am against and I condemn racism in every form, directed

at any person or group of people. However, the mainstream news media labels everyone who is politically and/or

theologically conservative as Alt-Right.


Let me be clear. I was not at the SBC this year and all I know is what I read (primarily from Baptist Press). If I had
been there, it is very likely I would have voted in favor of the resolution. But, it seems to me, a better resolution
would have condemned the Alt-Right AND the Alt-Left. One is just as bad as the other. Anyone who doubts the
dangers or even the existence of the Alt-Left must have failed to see the news reports of violence on numerous
college campuses across the nation in an attempt to deny free speech. Or, the recent case of the far left radical
who attempted to massacre a group of Republican Senators and House members who were practicing for a
baseball game.


Let's condemn ALL racism, ALL violence, black, white, brown (or any other color). And, don't shove your
Confederate Flag or your Black Lives Matter Flag in my face! I pledge allegiance to only two flags. The
Stars and Stripes and the Christian Flag.


One more thing. Voting for Donald Trump doesn't make you a bigot and voting for Hillary Clinton doesn't make
you tolerant. There are LOTS of bigoted and intolerant (down right mean) people in both parties.


                                                                                            Laborers Together,


                                                                                           Bro. Larry

Just a thought.....


"People who work together will win, whether it be against complex football defenses, or the problems of modern society."


                                                                                                   Coach Vince Lombardi






If your church has not participated in a January Bible Study
(by the way, you do not have to do this only in the month of January),

please visit our Sunday School page and find the details concerning

the 2017 January Bible Study:


You will also see a list of the Top 10 Things a January Bible Study will
do for your church.









New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
Classes Begin

Monday, August 7th  at 7:00 P.M.

Association Office

Class: Homiletics

Cost:  $100 +  $18 book cost

Instructor: Rev. Robert Griffin

Call 755-3188 for more information







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Bethsalem Baptist Church is seeking a Bi-vocational Minister of Music. Blended Worship.
Contact Pastor Justin Thomas at 205-755-1413 or


Ebenezer Baptist Church

  • FREE Clothes Closet will be open the 3rd Saturday of each month from 8:00 A.M. - Noon,
    located at 5349 Al Hwy 22, Stanton, (building just past the church at caution light in Stanton).
    Phone 334-366-0160 (may leave message)


Mineral Springs Baptist Church

  • located at 8316 Co. Rd. 51, Clanton, is currently searching for God's candidate to lead
    our worship ministry. The position is bi-vocational, with the expectation of weekly preparing
    a choir to assist in leading Sunday morning worship and the ability to lead both traditional
    and contemporary styles of music during truly blended worship services. The ideal
    candidate would have the ability to also play an or multiple instruments. The candidate
    must be a team player, with a heart for service and ministry, maintaining a consistent
    personal walk with the Lord. Experience preferred. No call please. Candidates
    should EMAIL their resumes to
    Please type "worship minister position" in the subject line.

  • Faith Riders Motorcycle Ministry is available for Sunday services, Men's Conferences
     and Special Events. For more information contact Phillip Cook at (205) 369-3770
    or email Website:


Poplar Springs Baptist Church

  • is seeking a Bi-vocational Youth Minister. Please contact  Phillip Lavender at 299-9689.

  • PS Women's Ministry will host a Sea Side Retreat at PS church, August 26th, 9 AM - 2 PM.
    Cost: $30 with reservation due August 1st. Contact Cindy Stollenwerck at 334-419-4917.
    Meal provided along with a goodie bag.


Verbena Baptist Church is seeking a bi-vocational Minister of Music. For more information
please contact the church office at 205-755-1725. Resumes may be sent to






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