The Religious Herald and Associated Baptist Press have agreed in principle to a merger of their operations, creating a new Baptist media platform which leaders of the two news organizations said will enhance the mission and heritage of both.
I received my first pair of glasses after my first eye exam as an adult. The conversation went something like this: “Having trouble with your vision?” “Yes, Sir. I’ve noticed I have particular difficulty when I read my
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Host Pastor Wallace Hartsfield II of Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church drew sharp parallels in a pair of Bible
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Churchnet elected both its first layperson and its first woman as president when it named Donna Potts as the top elected leader during the organization’s annual gathering April 5-6 at Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church in Kansas City.
For the faithful, it was the worst of times, then it was the best of times.
It is amazing that those following Christ, whose first impulse was to hide or flee when he died, became convinced otherwise in the days ahead.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The biblical story of Ruth parallels the life of the son of the person at one time
I confess to really, really enjoying college basketball. My watching is pretty much limited to viewing games – or snippets of games – on television. I’m interested in checking scores during the evenings of the season and keeping track of Division I national rankings.
“Practice makes perfect,” according to an old maxim. For two small churches in mid-Missouri, practice also means service. Volunteers combined efforts to minister to a
JEFFERSON CITY -- The Future Leadership Foundation Board of Directors, leadership team and other supporters gathered at Hawthorn Bank Trust Services to celebrate the global ministry’s 10th anniversary with a meal and program. They
Two comments hanging on his bulletin board remind Kevin Glenn of the two groups he hoped a recent sermon series, “God Behaving Badly,” would touch -- “outsiders” and “insiders.”