WASHINGTON (ABP) -- The Supreme Court has declined to hear a case that could have allowed it to clarify its rules on displaying the 10 Commandments and other religious artifacts on government property. And, as a result, an Oklahoma county will likely have to remove
CAMDENTON — A Camden County judge has upheld dismissal of legal action against a former Missouri Baptist Convention entity but will allow a lawsuit to continue against a one-time MBC executive director.
Camdenton — The Missouri Baptist Convention will try once again to reclaim land at Windermere Baptist Conference Center and property it once owned by refilling a case recently dismissed in Camden County.
CAMDENTON — A Camden County judge has dismissed a Missouri Baptist Convention lawsuit against Windermere Baptist Conference Center and several financial institutions and individuals.
Circuit Court Judge Kenneth Hayden handed down the ruling April 9 in legal action the MBC filed
First Baptist Church in Edna tackled 53 missions projects in 10 days during its Mission Jackson County emphasis.
Camdenton — A Camden County judge has delayed ruling on motions to dismiss a Missouri Baptist Convention lawsuit against Windermere Baptist Conference Center and several financial institutions and individuals.
By Vicki Brown Word&Way Corespondent Camdenton — A lawsuit the Missouri Baptist Convention filed against Windermere Baptist Conference Center in 2006 will move forward despite the MBC’s effort to put it on hold. The convention filed legal action against Windermere on Nov. 1, 2006, in
BOLIVAR — The signs said: “Put Food Here” and “Help Polk County Kids.” Over the four-week food drive, the piles grew in the SBU Behavioral Sciences Department, dorm lobbies, and the Student Life office. When the donations were sorted, 22 full bags and
Attorneys for the Missouri Baptist Convention and MBC-affiliated churches have appealed decisions in the legal battle for control of five institutions.A notice of appeal was filed on April 16 to the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District in Kansas City to contest four rulings Cole