LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (BP)--While many parents and grandparents were packing up the kids and heading to the beaches, mountains or favorite getaway spots this summer, a host of Southern Baptist families recently gathered their youngsters and went on mission to share the good news of Christ.
Ministering side-by-side, these mothers and daughters, fathers and sons, husbands and wives, and grandparents and grandchildren united in Central Arkansas to take part in FamilyFEST 2001.
LA ROMANA, Dominican Republic (BP)--Recently awakened early one Sunday morning, a Georgia man sensed an urgency to pray for missionary friends living in the Dominican Republic. Later that same day, a church member in Tennessee who had visited the Caribbean nation stood before his congregation and asked the church to pray for missionaries he felt were in great danger.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (BP)--Sunday, Nov. 5, is a day rural New Hope Baptist Church won't soon forget. After all, members of the Pulaski County church cut short their morning worship services to help nab a pair of armed robbery suspects.
HAMPTON, Ark. (BP)--The public display of the Ten Commandments in several states has caught the eye of many spectators, some of whom have legally forced the removal of these God-given mandates from public property. But don't expect a billboard-sized Ten Commandments display in south Arkansas to come down anytime soon.
ARKADELPHIA, Ark. (BP)–As he participated in a drama portraying the crucifixion of Christ, he was working already to fulfill his call to the ministry. But 20-year-old Antwoyne Edwards, a student at Ouachita Baptist University, could not have known that this community worship service would be his last opportunity to share the gospel. Only hours later, […]
SCRANTON, Ark. (BP)--He may not have gained a fortune, but he gave away the greatest treasure of all.