The Cross at Ground Zero, an i-beam that fell from the fiery, apocalyptic heavens during the 9/11 terror attacks and stuck upright in the ground, will soon be moving to the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
Phil Rodgerson, retired from the Virginia Baptist Mission Board, has identified classic options churches often consider when facing their own demise. Unfortunately, 58 percent of the time, the church chooses to remain and do nothing—an approach that almost guarantees an inglorious end.
By Vicki Brown Word&Way Correspondent CAMDENTON — For a third time, Camden County Planning and Zoning commissioners delayed action on a zoning change that would allow land formerly owned by Windermere Baptist Conference Center to be developed. Although county planning director Chris Hall had sought
Jefferson City — A temporary restraining order against Windermere Baptist Conference Center has been extended again.At an April 10 hearing in his chambers in Jefferson City, Cole County Circuit Judge Thomas Brown extended the order to April 24. Missouri Baptist Convention attorneys requested the extension
Jefferson City — A hearing on a temporary restraining order against Windermere Baptist Conference Center has been delayed a third time.Cole County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Brown agreed to delay the hearing that had been scheduled for Feb. 28. Missouri Baptist Convention attorneys requested additional
Jefferson City — A hearing on a request for a preliminary injunction against Windermere Baptist Conference Center has been delayed two more weeks. Cole County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Brown granted a continuance in the Missouri Baptist Convention's request for injunction on Feb. 15, the
For a second time, Missouri Baptist Convention president David Tolliver has refused to allow Word&Way staffers to attend an Executive Board session. Tolliver cited the legal struggle between the MBC and five affiliated entities, including Word&Way, as his reason for directing the editor and a