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Studying passages from Judges and Ruth, Failing People, Faithful God covers some of the darkest days of Israel’s history when every man did what was right in his own eyes. Yet against that backdrop is the light of God’s faithfulness. He used specially appointed and empowered men and women to rescue His people from the fruit of their own rebellion. It is God’s intervention through His judges that speaks to us. He was faithful to Israel, and He will be faithful to us today. Failing People, Faithful God is the latest course in Regular Baptist Press’s curriculum for adults.

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Baptist Fellowship Press, the new publishing arm of the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship Association, now has children’s Sunday School curriculum available for grades 1–6. “We’re thanking God for this huge step that He has allowed the association to take,” says Pastor Milton Kornegay, president of the FBFA. “We (the FBFA) are thankful to God for the GARBC and Regular Baptist Press for all their help in making this a reality!” Orders for this culturally relevant curriculum are coming in. Help spread the word among urban ministries about this Bible-centered children’s material! Order this new line of curriculum for today’s urban churches by calling 877.241.1688.

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