Christopher Calmer has stepped down as president and treasurer of the Missouri Baptist Foundation, effective on June 25.
Foundation Executive Vice President Stephen Mathis has been named as interim president.
Let’s hope the people of America never stop being shocked and disturbed at racially motivated violence like what happened June 17 at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C.
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Heartland participants heard updates from partner field personnel and member churches and saw Associate Coordinator Jeff Langford recognized for 10 years of
Conflict is prominent in the picture of some human relationships in the Bible. It may be conflict in families, conflict brought about by theological differences, conflict between political groups, or conflict in struggles for prominence among individuals.
A church member asked, “Why do you preachers preach on those terrible Bible stories about suffering and death? We get enough of that stuff every day in the news.”
The simple answer is that we live in a flawed world where hope can be smothered
The assigned lesson Scripture ends with Joshua 8:1. However, to move beyond failure requires continuing further into Scripture to observe how Joshua dealt with the initial defeat and his further attack on the site of his defeat.
As millennials — people born in the 1980s and ’90s — consider issues of faith and science, environmental issues are among their primary concerns. Recent polls suggest
The June 18, 2015, issue of the printed Word & Way is the final one in newsprint tabloid format. As it begins its 120th year of service, Word
Fathers draw a lot of pleasure when they see the right decisions, character growth and responsible maturation that come in the lives of their children and they realize
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Heartland will no longer help sponsor the mature adult retreat in Missouri.
In a meeting via video-conference on June 13, members of the CBF