Southern Baptists give more to missions but lose members, baptize fewer
Southern Baptists gave 2.3 percent more to missions despite the economic downturn, but they lost members and baptized the fewest number of people since 1987, accoring to the denomination's Annual Church Profile (ACP), compiles by LifeWay Christian Resources in conjunction with Baptist state conventions.
Well, at least you must have gotten some useful information from me, on the User Agent Switcher? You seem to have used it. Though many times I don't even remember to do it, since I have most of the blank forms for doing various things on SermonAudio, so I really don't need it that much, but it does come in handy.
It may come as a surprise to you, Neil, that Spurgeon is highly regarded at IHCC, in spite of the fact he was very anti-dispensationalist. You might try using this add on to your FireFox, [URL=http://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/59]]]User Agent Switcher 0.6.11[/URL] then you can fool SermonAudio into thinking your using Explorer. "In 2004 the wealthy Southern Baptist Convention of the USA split from the Baptist World Alliance, citing an increasing trend towards liberalism as the reason." from, [URL=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/low/uk_news/8024594.stm]]]Baptists mark 400th anniversary[/URL] -- a Christian action on both Spurgeon's and the Southern Baptist part.