An Idaho church plans to reopen in person despite its pastor being hospitalized for COVID-19. Candlelight Christian Fellowship in Coeur d’Alene posted a notice on the church website with an update on the condition of its pastor and his wife. Both have been recovering from COVID-19.
The Missouri Baptist Convention plans to have a strategy in place by April 2015 for use of land that once belonged to Windermere Baptist Conference Center. MBC Executive Board members recently authorized the convention president to appoint a taskforce to study possibilities.
Some people have already sent their contact information to The Baptist Home corporate office in hopes of being among the first to move into an adult community in mid-Missouri. While plans for the newest TBH campus are moving forward, the first residents still will
The Religious Herald and Associated Baptist Press have agreed in principle to a merger of their operations, creating a new Baptist media platform which leaders of the two news organizations said will enhance the mission and heritage of both.
ATLANTA (ABP) -- Terry Hamrick, coordinator of missional visioning at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, announced he will retire effective June 30, 2012, after more than 15 years as a part of the Atlanta Resource Center’s senior leadership team.
Hannibal-LaGrange University President Woodrow Burt has announced plans to retire from his post on Aug. 31, 2012. He informed HLGU's trustees at their Sept. 9
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- Baptist groups associated with the North American Baptist Fellowship are pouring into areas affected by deadly spring tornadoes and floods, at the same time they make longer view assessments of how best to help victim families rebuild -- both in the United
HANNIBAL -- How does a supply preacher help a congregation deal with the tragic loss of a longtime pastor? Tom and Rhonda Hufty learned “you just love on ‘em.” And
TOCCOA, Ga. (ABP) -- The widow of a Baptist pastor killed last September in a botched drug arrest has sent notice that she intends to sue the city of Toccoa, Ga., and/or a three-county narcotics-enforcement unit involved in his shooting.
December 6, Luke 1:26-29 By Sherri Snider, Administrator, The Baptist Home, Ironton The angel went to her and said, "Greetings, you who are highly favored! The Lord is with you" (Luke 1:29). Have you ever asked God for something, (kind of