COLUMBIA, Mo. — Concentrating on similarities opens doors to lasting friendships and opportunities to build bridges, 14 University of Missouri students learned recently in Cuba. The students and three adults
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The hope for a better life for all Missourians — especially those whose circumstances have robbed them of dignity — is systemic change to open the American dream to everyone. “Claim the dream” repeatedly rang out at Quinn Chapel AME Church
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Although they continue to disagree on a solution, representatives of the Missouri Baptist Convention and four formerly affiliated agencies have agreed to continue to talk about an end to litigation, now in its 12th year.
Representatives of the Missouri Baptist Convention’s Christian Life Commission filed suit Jan. 8 challenging an executive order by Gov. Jay Nixon allowing same-sex couples legally married in another state to file joint tax returns with the state Department of Revenue.
The Baptist Home has purchased land in Ashland, Mo., for the future site of a central Missouri campus. Once constructed, it would become TBH's fourth facility for older adults in the state.
A 10-year-old member of Kirkwood Baptist Church in Kirkwood, Mo., honored her grandmother and helped lift a family out of poverty at Christmas —- with her “famous” pies.
Word&Way looks back through its archives at the significant events among Baptists in the Midwest the news journal reported in 2013.
A century and a half after the Civil War divided Baptists in America into separate congregations predominantly black and white, a diverse group of U.S. Baptists is exploring ways to cross boundaries of identity, doctrine and ethnicity to collaborate in community service.
Aid and advocacy create a positive witness for Baptists globally, leaders of the Baptist World Alliance noted.
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The Missouri Baptist Convention took an unprecedented move when it filed a motion for declaratory judgment against The Baptist Home, Missouri Baptist University, Windermere Baptist Conference Center, Word&Way and the Missouri Baptist Foundation in August 2002. (The convention dropped its lawsuit against Word&Way in April 2010.) This legal action timeline includes