Missouri Woman’s Missionary Union honored three women and elected officers during its 89th annual session April 12-13. Meeting at First Baptist Church in Warrensburg, Mo., attendees celebrated the 125th anniversary of the national organization with the theme, "The Story Lives On: Celebrate, Connect, Commit."
Missouri Baptists' Deaf Youth Camp celebrated its 30th anniversary recently, with 32 campers at this year's camp. This is the only Bible-based camp for Deaf children and youth in the state. Leaders topped the celebration by honoring Linda Whiggam for her 29 years of service,
Baylor University's athletics program ended 2011 with unprecedented success—the football team's first bowl victory since 1992, the school's first Heisman Trophy to quarterback Robert Griffin III and undefeated records for both the men's and women's basketball teams.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) -- A founder of Associated Baptist Press recounted the organization’s history Oct. 21 as an effort to maintain a free press in Baptist life. Events in North Carolina earlier in the same day served as a reminder that freedom in Baptist journalism remains