My colleagues and I awoke Nov. 29 in Nashville, Tenn., to startling news and video of fire ravaging homes and resort structures toward the east in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge in the Great Smoky Mountains. When messengers to the Tennessee Baptist Convention held their annual
David O. Moore, 95, former chair of the religion department at William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo., died Oct. 28.
As voters in Missouri chose a new slate of statewide elected officials on Nov. 8, they elected a Baptist layman for the state’s second highest office.
Words like privilege, entitlement and equal access have suddenly taken on enormous significance in our culture. Until recently, I viewed myself as very egalitarian. But on board
We have just gone through a grueling election, now followed by shock, despair, joy and questions. What next? Will this change produce positive solutions for rank and file people, world tensions and the future? What about all those campaign promises and threats?
The Word & Way Board of Trustees unanimously elected Brian Kaylor as editor and president of Word & Way during their annual meeting on Nov. 15.
Missouri Baptist Children’s Home works to find or develop “forever families” for children in Missouri.
Through the first three quarters of 2016, more than 360 children have
The whistles have silenced. The equipment has been stored away. The sounds of laughter and balls bouncing have all come to a hush.
Sports Crusader’s Summer
With a couple of felonies and a troubled history behind him, Wayne Gilliland was not the average Hannibal-LaGrange University applicant when he applied in 2012.
Windermere Baptist Conference Center exists to provide a Christian setting for life change. One particular area of life change is, of course – salvation.