Kenya, Somalia, and Bolivar, Mo. Civility, and suicide. Here are the ten most read pieces on the Word&Way website in 2019.
Scott McConnell is executive director of LifeWay Research, the survey arm of the Southern Baptist Convention's LifeWay Christian Resources. Word&Way Editor Brian Kaylor interviewed McConnell in April during the annual convention of the Evangelical Press Association in Oklahoma City, Okla.
One of the oldest Southern Baptist churches in Missouri will celebrate 200 years of Christian work at a special worship service at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 23.
After a month of public controversy surrounding the firing of a Baptist college professor who allegedly first sought to oust other professors, trustees of Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Mo., affirmed the firing of the professor for misconduct, reaffirmed their support for the Baptist Faith
Here are the ten most read pieces on the Word&Way website in 2018. Thanks for stopping by and continue to visit in 2019!
In March, Word&Way launched the podcast "Baptist Without An Adjective," and released 47 episodes in 2018, attracting listeners form 35 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and 36 other countries.
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On Nov. 28, officials at Southwest Baptist University fired a tenured associate professor after that professor met with Missouri Baptist Convention leaders over the past three years in an effort to drive out other professors in the school’s Redford College of Theology and Ministry.
Senator Claire McCaskill, a Democrat from Missouri seeking reelection this year, has stopped at multiple churches on the campaign trail — despite her office claiming
Missouri Baptist Convention messengers will gather in Springfield this week (Oct. 22-23) for their 184th annual meeting with the 2018 theme of "Steady." Streaming is available
Amid national media scrutiny, Hannibal-LaGrange University changed its promotional communications for Wednesday’s chapel talk