David Wilkinson, executive director and publisher at Baptist News Global since 2008, has announced he will retire effective June 30. Wilkinson honed his penchant for organizational leadership and communications management during more than four decades of professional experience in Baptist life.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Leith Anderson is a fan of the word "evangelical" and the Christians who claim that name. But he knows the term may have outlived its usefulness in a polarized country where evangelical has often become a synonym for conservative Republican.
Growing old is not what it used to be. Many of those entering retirement are asking new questions about money, work, time, family, leisure and a life of purpose.
As Jim Hill announces his retirement as pastor of administration from First Baptist Church in Jefferson City, Mo., he reflects back on 47 years of
HANNIBAL, Mo. (BP) -- Robert and Martha Bergen will retire from Hannibal-LaGrange University at the end of this summer after a combined 60 years of service, having taught
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) -- After 50 years of serving Baptist newspapers -- 43 of those years in the lead editor role, including at Word&Way -- Bob Terry
After 16 years of service to Windermere Baptist Conference Center and its guests, Becky Powell announced her retirement beginning February 1.
BOLIVAR, Mo. — Southwest Baptist University President Dr. C. Pat Taylor informed the SBU community today of his plans to retire Aug. 31, 2018, after
John Hardin retired on Sept. 30 as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of the Missouri Baptist Foundation. Hardin has served the Foundation since 1988
“But at age fifty years they shall retire from service in the work and not work any more.”
Many Christians quote Numbers 8:25 and then say, “See,