In 2007, Nate Ritter used Twitter to give updates on San Diego fires to others. His posts began “San Diego Fires” but he was concerned people would have difficulty searching for that general term.
The solution revolutionized communication.
Mother’s Day takes on special significance for me and my family this year. It is the first anniversary of a personal family crisis. As it has turned out 12 months later, we are left with a wonderful Mother’s Day testimony.
IRONTON, Mo. -- Even as The Baptist Home celebrates its 100th birthday, administrators and trustees are planning for its future -- both to minister to older adults at home and abroad.
JEFFERSON CITY -- The Future Leadership Foundation Board of Directors, leadership team and other supporters gathered at Hawthorn Bank Trust Services to celebrate the global ministry’s 10th anniversary with a meal and program. They
LIBERTY, Mo. —- Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Missouri has changed its name to better reflect its make-up. Effective Jan. 1, the group became Cooperative Baptist Fellowship-Heartland.
Praising the Lord after losing one’s job isn’t easy. But Pastor Robert “Bob” Loggins believes praise made the difference in his life and ministry after losing his position with the Missouri Baptist Convention in May.
Now he ministers across Missouri and in
Knowing many churches today operate with smaller staffs and greater demands on facilities and human resources than in the past, seminaries are responding with programs aimed at equipping future ministers with the business-oriented skills they’ll need to succeed.
One stitch at a time, the prayer shawl ministry at First Baptist Church of Madison, N.C., has created a network of love and blessing that has touched more than 1,250 people since its modest beginnings six years ago.
Increasingly, churches provide money-management seminars that offer participants advice on how to get out of debt and stay that way.
Sons who follow their dads into ministry say the experience is like a Father’s Day gift in reverse. Unlike other seminary-trained ministers, they can draw on