It’s a story all-too familiar these days: Historic church building for sale. This time, it’s Calvary Baptist Church in Roanoke, Va., which has listed its 55,000-square-foot building, which sits on 1.68 acres in downtown Roanoke, at $1.95 million. The historic sanctuary was built in 1925
Responses to the number of people infected by COVID-19 (coronavirus) have effectively shut down many parts of the world. In Italy, restrictions led to a bathtub baptism of a new believer, streamed live on the internet.
Some people have already sent their contact information to The Baptist Home corporate office in hopes of being among the first to move into an adult community in mid-Missouri. While plans for the newest TBH campus are moving forward, the first residents still will
Legal wrangling between the Missouri Baptist Convention and four formerly affiliated agencies will continue. But in a report to messengers to the convention’s annual meeting, officials said they believe that “at
A 12-member Baptist General Convention of Texas disaster recovery team recently spent a week in Sendai, Japan, providing follow-up care to Japanese tsunami victims. Rebuilding has been slow, they report, and pain, sadness and suffering linger among survivors.
Editor Bill Webb continues to recover from injuries sustained May 12 in a cycling accident in Jefferson City. His family expresses their deepest
Baptist General Convention of Texas congregational strategists now serve as "point men" to aid Texas Baptist Men when the missions organization responds in the wake of disasters.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (ABP) – With response to massive needs to April 29 tornadoes in the South still getting up to speed, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s loosely coordinated network of disaster-relief ministry turns attention this week to the worst flooding alongside the Mississippi River in
By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer Platinum selling, award-winning Word Records recording artist, Mark Schultz, hopped on a bicycle May 7 to raise money and awareness for orphans and widows. Schultz, who was adopted through the Kansas Children’s Service League, has raised over $80,000
Word&Way focuses on the number 10 this year — celebrating the news journal's 110th year of ministry to Baptists in Missouri and Bill Webb's 10th year as its editor. Born in 1896 because founder Sanford M. Brown felt that certain theological and denominational views were