Jeremy Everett is working for Baptist-sponsored ministry to immigrants in San Antonio called Iglesia de Esperanza. It is in one of the country's poorest ZIP codes spearheaded by Baptist Child & Family Services in partnership with the Baptist General Convention of Texas, San Antonio Baptist Association, Trinity Baptist Church and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.
Kevin, his wife Cynthia, her sister Alicia, and her sister's husband Buddy quit our full-time jobs last May so we could travel to different churches, ministry centers, and missions organizations (or wherever God might send us) to help out in whatever capacity we are needed, especially where musical help is desired.
Dr. Roger Olson has an article in the May/June 2005 issue of the The Wittenburg Door is "The World's Pretty Much Only Religious Satire Magazine." The interview focuses on his thoughts about evangelical Christianity and why he still call myself an "evangelical" even though the media gives the term a bad name. Bob Darden of Baylor's English Department is the editor.