Surely the widely circulated story caught the eyes of a lot of Baptists. It seems a coalition of U.S. Muslim groups launched a fundraiser to rebuild predominantly black churches targeted with arson following the Charleston, S.C., shooting in which nine members were killed by a
Students yelled as they jockeyed for positions around the racetrack and rooted for their cars as they shot down the track. Cheers followed each heat as
Members of First Baptist Church in La Plata, Mo., threw a big party and invited all their neighbors to celebrate the church’s 175th anniversary.
Serving Clark Elementary School helps the roughly 40 members of Woodlawn Avenue Baptist Church in Wichita, Kan., realize they have a purpose, a contribution to make to their
Congregations and faith groups assist local public schools as a means to become more involved in their communities — and often at the invitation of
Missourians know Jean Carnahan for her contributions in the past. But to a host of young people and friends, Jean is an encourager and a mender
Bullets fired deliberately at close range killed nine African-American members of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in historic Charleston, S.C., June 17.
Whether good or bad, school experiences impact most everyone’s life. Many choose to return to college and pursue a degree. What about less-intensive options?
An old Sunday School register hangs on the wall in my church office. As much nostalgia as that register generates, many of us are beginning to
William Jewell College will begin a nationwide search during the 2015-16 academic year to replace President David Sallee, who will retire in August 2016.