BIRMINGHAM, Ala.(BP)—In today’s hectic, fast-paced world, where can Christian women find convenient, quality leadership training that they trust and value?
NASHVILLE (BP) -- An expressed love of missions, education and the Gospel flow from the life experiences of Florida's Archalena Coats and Louisiana's Carolyn Fountain, the first two Black women to serve on the SBC Executive Committee.
NASHVILLE (BP) – “We have more knowledge at our fingertips than ever before, but our kids and grandkids still need us to teach them about certain things, and missions is one of those things,” said Sandy Wisdom-Martin, executive director of national WMU, as she addressed messengers and guests at the 2021 SBC Annual Meeting June 16. “When we were growing up, many of us learned about missions. It changed our worldview and our view of the world.
NASHVILLE (BP) – When friends and colleagues describe Connie Dixon, one observation that repeatedly pops up is her deep love for missions.
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Connie Dixon of New Mexico was elected president of the national Woman's Missionary Union on Sunday (June 13) in the group's annual meeting at Nashville First Baptist Church, replacing Linda Cooper whose term ended after six years of service.
Irma Moss vividly remembers five or six Communist soldiers invading her family’s home in Cuba and whisking her father off to jail in the wake of the Cuban Revolution. That was more than sixty years ago.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) – National WMU will introduce this fall what it calls a "one-stop shop" for children's missions engagement. Missions Journey: Kids is flexible enough to fit just about any setting, WMU said in a release Tuesday (March 23).
SBC DIGEST: WMU names 3 Acteens to national panel; Louisiana College signs articulation agreements with SWBTS, SEBTS
WMU names 3 Acteens to national panel; Louisiana College signs articulation agreements with SWBTS, SEBTS.
New Beginnings Pregnancy Center in Benton, Arkansas, has had a few new beginnings of its own. Originally established in 2003 as a nonprofit ministry to pregnant teens, it has grown to serve women of any age who can benefit from the ministry’s resources.
How can the crisis of an Iraqi refugee family’s house fire help churches engage young women in missions involvement amid their busy twenty-first century lives?