SPRING HILL, Fla.—A favorite annual event for Spring Hill Baptist Church is its Easter EGGstravaganza.
CYPRESS, Texas—Grace Life Baptist Church announced its Adopt-a-School partnership with Goodson Middle School during a Sunday morning service.
NORTHFIELD, Ohio—On March 28 and 29, about 100 church ministry workers from a 175-mile radius met at Northfield Baptist Church for the first Ohio Church Ministries Conference.
TOLEDO—Emmanuel Baptist Church has said farewell to secretary Marcia Stover, who has retired after 40 years.
NEWHALL, Calif.—The Alive college ministry at Placerita Baptist Church enjoys retreats throughout the year, the most recent being Camp and Surf in Onofre, Calif.
WINDSOR, N.Y.—Staff and members of New York churches met at West Windsor Baptist Church April 7 and 8 for the Spring Conference of the Empire State Fellowship of Regular Baptist Churches.
SAND LAKE, Mich.—Shortly after accepting the call to become the pastor of Ensley Baptist Church in the fall of 2012, Timothy Decker began the application process to serve as a chaplain.
GRAFTON, Ohio—Baptist Church Planters held its second Leadership Summit March 19–21 at the organization’s home office.
SPRING HILL, Fla.—After working hard to prepare for a missions trip, teens from Spring Hill Baptist Church spent their spring break fellowshipping and relaxing.
HORSEHEADS, N.Y.—Young people from across New York attended the Empire State Fellowship’s annual Youth Seminars.
NEWHALL, Calif.—The women of Placerita Baptist Church had the privilege of hearing Janie Street teach on the theme “Love One Another” at their Ladies’ Getaway.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—Life Matters Worldwide, formerly known as Baptists for Life, has appointed Mark Mohr as director of development and marketing.
In response to a missionary’s persistent requests to visit India, Pastor Donald Shirk always declined. But he finally came out of hiding behind his “spiritual” reasons and said yes.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—Ten members of Rustic Hills Baptist Church took a Pilgrim Tours trip to Israel March 18–27.
GRAFTON, Ohio—Stephen Little has been called as president of Baptist Church Planters.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—Calvary Baptist Church hosted the Church Ministries Conference of the Grand Rapids Association of Regular Baptist Churches, a two-day event for local church leaders.
BINGHAMTON, N.Y.—This year’s Men’s Adventure, “Overcome,” an Empire State Fellowship of Regular Baptist Churches event, started with a major obstacle to overcome.
FORT MYERS, Fla.—Walking down “Adam’s road” (Romans 5:12, 14), under condemnation and entrapped by religion, first Micah Wilder and then his brother Matt and their friend Joe Warren came to the Cross.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa—Blair Ridge Baptist Church hosted its Fifth Annual Men’s Leadership Conference.
OSWEGO, Ill.— “The Balance of Leadership and Preaching” was the theme of the third annual Regional Connection Worship and Growth Conference March 3 and 4 at Harvest Baptist Church.
KOKOMO, Ind.—While Chaplain John Murdoch’s ministry includes much more than his work on behalf of religious freedom, this may be one of his more important activities, because of its long-reaching implications.
ANKENY, Iowa—Tim Capon has been called as state representative of the Iowa Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
CLARKS SUMMIT, Pa.—Heritage Baptist Church hosted its first-ever Ladies’ Summit.
MINFORD, Ohio—What needs exist in your community? Many churches today are asking this question. But often, striving to answer it becomes overwhelming.