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Keith Collier

Keith Collier

Keith Collier

Keith Collier pastors at First Baptist Groesbeck Church in in Groesbeck, Texas and was the communications associate and editor of the SBTC's Southern Baptist TEXAN newsjournal. Collier has served since 2007 as director of news and information at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, managing the writing team in the communications office and serving as editor of Southwestern News magazine, The Scroll and other publications.  Collier earned a master of divinity degree at Southwestern in 2010 and is completing a Ph.D. in preaching and church history at Southwestern. He earned an undergraduate degree in communication from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, in 1999.  He and his wife Amy have two sons and a daughter.

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    Editor’s Note: View our Equip Austin playlist on YouTube to watch videos from this event. AUSTIN—In the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage, Christians and churches must respond by speaking with confidence, conviction and kindness while also creating biblical community, speakers at the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty’s inaugural Equip

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  • A Recap of Equip Austin

    In the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage, Christians and churches must respond by speaking with confidence, conviction and kindness while also creating biblical community, speakers at the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty’s inaugural Equip gathering, said, July 29.   “We have been called to be a people of both

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  • From prison inmates to “agents of mercy”

    Robed in caps and gowns over their white prison uniforms, 33 inmates in Texas’ maximum security Darrington Prison Unit made history May 9 as they received bachelor’s degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, becoming the inaugural graduating class of the state’s first seminary prison program. “I’m overwhelmed at what God has done,” Texas Lt. Gov.

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