By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer Recent violence in Kenya may not hinder the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Missouri’s plans to coordinate a series of ministry trips in 2008 and 2009. Kenya erupted in violence after a Dec. 27 election. Opposition leader Raila
WASHINGTON — Baptists’ signal contribution to American and world history and political thought, historians almost unanimously agree, is their uncompromising emphasis on religious liberty.
By Bill Webb, Word&Way Editor What does the new year hold for Baptists in Missouri? I’m not sure anyone would dare answer that question. Who could have predicted all that happened among Baptists in our state in 2007? Certainly not I. The running count suggests
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor JEFFERSON CITY — Baptists in Missouri remained in the news during 2007 with various developments, not the least of which was turmoil within the ranks of Missouri Baptist Convention self-described conservatives. It was a year in which the MBC Executive
By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer The Future Leadership Foundation taught biblical principles of finance and Christian stewardship during a recent trip to Belarus. Randy Shipman, Terry Spickert, Doug Kaylor, Emerson Swope and Brad Dixon taught Crown Finance materials
By Ken Camp Texas Baptist Standard DALLAS — In a growing number of Baptist churches, new arrivals learn an important lesson early: Membership has its privileges, but it also has its responsibilities. “We want to create a culture of