I want to pass on my heritage of faith to my grandkids. The problem is, my heritage seems to have evaporated. Bear with me a minute. I like to set myself courses of study and work my way through them. My background is SBC, so I decided this year to deeply inform myself of my convention's teachings through time. I'm currently reading some things by E. Y. Mullins. I read some by Hershel Hobbs and hope to read more by him soon. In doing so, I feel almost as if I have stepped through the door to a "real" Baptist church. And I am reminded anew of the fact that church is gone. I'm going to try to put together a little library on the Baptist Distinctives and use them to try to help me teach the grandkids. I want them to know the joy of believing no one has the right to interject themself between them and God. I want them to know they have no right to interject themselves between others and the Lord. I want them to know enough to reject episcopacy, whether the sign over the door says Roman Catholic or Southern Baptist. Mods, if I picked the wrong forum please move this. And everyone, if you have suggestions for that little library please post them. If you know of any Baptist group still holding to the Baptist Distinctives please tell me. Thanks in advance for the help I know you all can give.