Author and speaker Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove shared how medical personnel in a bomb-damaged clinic assisted Americans injured in an automobile accident in Iraq. The experience led him to open Rutba House,
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Attendees elected Michael Olmsted of Springfield, Mo., moderator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Heartland for the coming year during a luncheon business session March 15 at First
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship awarded Carol McEntyre, pastor of First Baptist Church in Columbia, Mo., the Young Baptist Leadership Award for her excellence in Christian education ministry and leadership.
Mediation between the Missouri Baptist Convention and four formerly affiliated agencies has ended without a resolution. The primary issue — who would control those organizations — could not be settled.
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.