JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Christians should approach race as the brilliance of vibrant colors, rather than to continue trying to become colorblind.
Adoption of a new strategic plan — and a new structure and budget to support it — highlighted
Two women and a man. The phrase might conjure snippets from the old television sitcom, “Three’s Company” — but at Englewood Baptist Church in
Members of Missouri Woman’s Missionary Union elected officers and honored emeritus missionaries when they gathered for their 91st annual meeting April 10-11 at
Missionaries surrender to, sacrifice for and serve God as they minister where the Lord sends them.
National Woman’s Missionary Union Executive Director Wanda Lee challenged
The sanctuary in First Baptist Church of Jefferson City, Mo., will sit mostly quiet and empty on Sunday, April 26 —- and Senior Pastor Doyle Sager grins widely at the thought.
Students, staff and faculty, donors and other friends of Missouri Baptist University honored the school's 50th anniversary with a celebration of its past and challenges for its future March 26 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in St. Louis.
[caption id="attachment_51569" align="alignleft" width="49"]James Layman[/caption]Chaplains —- military, medical and others —- work hard and sometimes can feel isolated in ministry. James Layman feels called to help change that in
CBF Heartland Coordinating Council members approved a memorandum of understanding with CBF Global, accepted its nominating committee's report and discussed upcoming events at their March 14 meeting.
Churchnet (the Baptist General Convention of Missouri) rolled out its strategic plan for the next five years at its March 6 directors’ session — a plan that calls for focusing on missional approaches.