A new program designed to make it easier to buy health insurance for small businesses has potential to become a major source of medical coverage for church staff and employees, says Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Church Benefits Board President Gary Skeen.
“Practice makes perfect,” according to an old maxim. For two small churches in mid-Missouri, practice also means service. Volunteers combined efforts to minister to a
Almost all churches in the United States witnessed a change in the financial giving they received in 2010 compared to 2009, with smaller churches feeling the squeeze but larger churches faring relatively better, according to a new report.
First Baptist Church in Jefferson City has relied on the traditional small group concept — Sunday morning Bible study, youth ministry, single
Rather than being cliques or cocoons, small groups should be launching pads for ministry into the everyday world.
Establishing small groups within a large church—heralded by some as a remedy to the drawbacks of burgeoning congregation size—is “good medicine,” but not a cure-all, according to a national study by Baylor University sociologists.
Volunteers from the East Texas town of Garrison traveled to Round Rock to deliver much-needed food items and provide some hard labor at Texas Baptist Children's
December 15, Micah 5:2 By Kathy Scott, Baptist General Convention of Missouri Board Member Game Boy Advance game — only a couple inches in size but occupies a young person for many hours of fun. An engagement ring — in a very