A group of Baptists from Missouri
Packing Christmas boxes may seem out of place during the season of pumpkins and colored leaves, but that is what hundreds of Missouri Baptists, including several St. Louis churches, are doing.
About 500 Missourians were challenged by the five pillars of poverty during the June 9th Poverty Summit in Jefferson City.
More than 15,000 Baptists representing 30 conventions gathered in Atlanta, Ga., for the historic Celebration of a New Baptist Covenant, and a number of Missourians were among them. After three days of meetings, music and fellowship focused on unity, here is what some
Greensboro, NC — Among Missourians elected to Southern Baptist Convention posts during the SBC annual meeting in Greensboro, N.C., June 13-14 were: • Donald L. Currence, First Baptist, Ozark, elected to the board of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. • Clarence N. Duke, First
By Vicki Brown Word&Way News Writer One of the most rewarding missionary experiences is to see how God used ordinary service to build His work in His time. Lucy Wagner of Independence saw some of the fruits of her missionary labor when she recently returned