While more opportunities are opening for women, pastoral roles, particularly as senior pastor, remain limited.
Dakota Baptists -- not the North American Mission Board -- made the ultimate decision to adopt changes in leadership structure and ministry approach. The interim executive director quells rumors that NAMB changes led to staff defections.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (ABP) -- The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina has called Ka’thy Gore Chappell as leadership development coordinator. Chappell was introduced March 25 during the evening worship service of the state CBF general assembly at First Baptist Church of Asheville.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) – The Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee has recommended against changing from an annual meeting to holding its convention every other year.
BLUEFIELD – The youngest person ever named to the board of trustees of Woman’s Missionary Union of Virginia says the appointment takes her a step closer to one of her goals – to “grow up to be Miss Alma Hunt.”
QUETZALTENANGO, Guatemala — During a ceremony of hugs and exclamations of “Dios te bendiga” (God bless you), Guatemalan pastors expressed their appreciation for their region’s partnership with the Baptist General Convention of Missouri.
By Vicki Brown, Word&Way Associate EditorCape Girardeau — Strong words from two former Missouri Baptist Convention presidents during the annual meeting indicated a rift among conservatives in Missouri Baptist leadership continues.Mitchell "Mitch" Jackson, 2005 president, nominated Gerald Davidson, retired pastor of First Baptist Church, Arnold,
The four Baptist colleges in Missouri offer several opportunities for growth as a church leader. William Jewell College William Jewell College in Liberty offers opportunities for adults through its Tucker Leadership Lab. The college offers team training in leadership and teamwork. It also provides workshops