Teenagers from Alabama, North Carolina and Texas have been named to the 2024 National Acteens Panel.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) – From Alaska to Maine, nearly 200 missions leaders from across the country gathered on Missionary Ridge in Birmingham for WMU’s January board meeting Jan. 6-8.
I tried to think about the very first time I benefitted from gifts to the Cooperative Program. The best I can calculate, it’s been 16,514 days. I attended my first WMU missions camp sponsored by my Baptist state convention more than 45 years ago. A year later, I applied to be a counselor in training on the WMU missions camp staff.
In New Cumberland, Pa., Red Land Baptist Church youngsters in the first through sixth grades made cards, wrote notes and prayed for the homeless people in Philadelphia who would be receiving the cards.
WMU's Children's Missions Day set for Sept. 16; Hispanic Missions Sunday set for Sept. 17.
ADA, Okla. (BP) – When Paul Chitwood addressed the crowd of thousands at Indians Falls Creek on Wednesday, Aug. 2, he became the first IMB President to visit the historic camp, which is the largest gathering of Native American believers in the world.
Vang recognized for women’s leadership development; Union presents Lifeway’s Mandrell with Dodd Award.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – The WMU is all about being “full circle,” said Sandy Wisdom-Martin, executive director-treasurer of national WMU, in a report to the messengers June 13 during the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention in New Orleans. She compared the 360 seconds of her report to the 360-degree transformation that happens when the power of God is at work in His people.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Abiding in Christ brings abundant hope, said WMU leaders at the 2023 Woman’s Missionary Union Missions Celebration and Annual Meeting. Held June 11-12 at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary campus, this year’s theme was “Hope in Christ,” based on Romans 12:12.
According to an insect identification database, 647 types of bugs and insects are found in Alabama. Some downright scare me. I looked at images of each until I located the entry most resembling the flying insect I watched from a chair on my back deck.