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My Take on the Newtown Tragedy in the Christian Post

  The Real Problem at Sandy Hook   by Christian Post Guest Voices By Ginny Dent Brant Our country was thrown into shock on December 14th. A jolt so astounding it still resonates in our souls today. How could anyone enact such anger on such innocence? Is man so depraved he could commit such a […]

Baptist Press Article to Honor Missionaries who Serve in Tough Places

Yemen workers, ‘begging to stay,’ still inspire 10 years later  By Ginny Dent Brant  Jan 3, 2013  Three Southern Baptist workers at Jibla Baptist Hospital in Yemen — physician Martha Myers, hospital administrator Bill Koehn and purchasing manager Kathy Gariety — were killed Dec. 30, 2002, when a militant gunman burst into a room where […]

My recent article in the SB Texan

First Person: ‘Surely, they are of God!’ Former IMB trustee reflects on missionaries’ courage in Yemen In 1997, I entered a country far different from my own. As a trustee of the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, I visited Yemen in July of that year. At that time, trustees were debating whether […]

From Whom All Blessings Flow – The Crisis in Our Election

The Crisis In Our Election By Ginny Dent Brant Playing Our Convictions with a Full Deck I’ve never seen such a day when so much is at stake in our country. The deficit is snowballing uncontrollably while our freedoms are diminishing. China owns more and more of us each day, and politicians seem powerless to […]

My Blog on the Christian Post – ​After the Election: Where Do We Go From Here?

by Ginny Dent Brant On Wednesday, Nov. 7th, I received some devastating news–Lady Liberty, the mother who raised me from birth and gave me the freedom to be what I am today, was declared terminally ill. Oh, I knew moral decay was spreading throughout her borders like cancer, but many of us were fighting with […]

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