More than 200 clergy in Missouri have signed up to encourage their congregations to get vaccinated. So far, 20 are clergy from Columbia.
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Word&Way Editor Brian Kaylor joined Carol McEntyre of First Baptist Church in Columbia, Missouri, for a conversation about Christian Nationalism on the KFRU radio program “Columbia Morning with David Lile.”
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As millions of Americans went to the polls to vote today amid anxiety about the results, concerns about voter intimidation, and even worries about post-election violence, some clergy showed up as election chaplains to bring a calming presence and safeguard voter rights.
Incoming Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Moderator Carol McEntyre, senior pastor at First Baptist Church in Columbia, Missouri, urged those watching CBF’s virtual general assembly to work for racial justice.
As Confederate statues across the country are defaced, toppled by protesters, and removed by officials, the incoming president of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship on Sunday (June 14) urged Christians to back the removal of such monuments.
DECATUR, Ga. — A Missouri senior pastor and young leader deeply invested in CBF life is the nominee to become the next Moderator-Elect for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship at the 2019 General Assembly in Birmingham, Ala.