A three-judge appellate panel heard oral arguments on Jan. 15 in Missouri Baptist Convention’s second lawsuit to reclaim land once owned by Windermere Baptist Conference Center.
The death and carnage wreaked in Haiti by a massive earthquake has struck a compassionate chord worldwide. No one knows how many have perished nor how many more will. Initial estimates suggested more than 100,000 people have died. This 7.0 earthquake did not strike a
Last year, 239 children professed faith in Christ. Not in a revival or a church program. In fact, many of these new believers had rarely been inside a church building. The kids came to know Christ through something they love — sports.
A high school student's vision four years ago and a continued commitment of Smith-Cotton High's National Honor
Society means 60 to 80 Sedalia residents enjoy
Ten Chillicothe teens collected $1,000 for world hunger and participated in a 24-hour fast to catch a glimpse of the plight of the world's poor. Their youth director believes young people will step up to "do big things" and meet needs when they are challenged
Baptist entities are mobilizing to assist Haiti after an earthquake, estimated at a magnitude of 7.0, rocked the island nation on Jan. 12. Those entities provide several giving options for Baptists in Missouri who want to help.
Historic events, such as the Baptist Border Crossing, mission involvement, including several new partnerships, and another year of litigation between the Missouri Baptist Convention and five formerly affiliated institutions characterized 2009. Word&Way looks back at the year's highlights.
In case you hadn’t noticed, the year 2009 ended leaving a lot of us a bit uneasy. And many aren’t anticipating a reversal of trends — especially negative ones — for 2010. The economic crisis in the nation and the world continues. Businesses both
What do you want to accomplish in the year ahead? January is a great time to start a resolution — TIME Magazine says nearly half of us will. So today start on the resolution you made in the early glow of New Year possibilities.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) -- One thing Muslims and Baptists have in common is they are often identified by their extremists, according to a documentary airing on ABC television stations in January and February.