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.
The Regular Baptist Web Community brings together ministry veterans with motivated learners to work on solutions to the challenges of day-to-day local church ministry.
PALATINE, Ill.—Iva Greening spent her life in service to her Lord and her family. She was a loving and supportive pastor’s wife, mother, friend, and prayer warrior.
ALTOONA, Iowa—Altoona Regular Baptist Church invited Chris Hindal, director of GARBC International Ministries, to speak at its annual Heart for Home Conference.
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EDEN, N.Y.—The Empire State Fellowship wants to help its churches be as effective as they can.
Presidential transitions mark the beginning of new leadership for four schools and organizations that continue to minister in the U.S. and around the world.
CARNATION, Wash.—Camp Gilead held its first-ever photography retreat with 60 young people and adults.
CASA GRANDE—Victory Baptist Church hosted this year’s winter youth retreat of the Arizona Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
A college campus is the perfect mission field, whether it’s for reaching international and American students or opposing the enemies of the gospel.
GRETNA, Neb.—Gretna Baptist Church hosted Winter Games, a youth event of the Nebraska Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
OREGON, Ohio—Youth workers learned how to impact future generations at the National Youth Ministries Conference sponsored by Baptist Bible College and Vision for Youth.
CARNATION, Wash.—For junior high students in Northwest churches, SnowBlast at Camp Gilead can be a life-changing experience as they grow in their relationship with the Lord and build friendships.
CAMBRIA, Calif.—For pastors, missionaries, and laypeople in the California Association of Regular Baptist Churches, the annual Christian Workers’ Retreat is a highlight of the year.
MASON CITY, Iowa—Faith Baptist Church said good-bye to its pastor of 25 years.
SCHAUMBURG, Ill.—Michael Nolan, director of Baptist Builders Club, began the new year with good news for six churches.
LOWELL, Mich.— “To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose unto Heaven.” This rings true as the new year has ushered in changes at First Baptist Church following the retirement of W. Lee Taylor, pastor of ministries.
FORT MYERS, Fla.—Fort Myers is a young city, and not particularly wealthy. Daniels Road Baptist Church is reaching out to its needier neighbors by providing a weekly food pantry called Soul Food Ministry.
In 2009, Mary Man Ngaih Hau was a church Sunday School superintendent and junior teacher in Yangon, Myanmar, but she had no curriculum for her students in their Burmese language.
INDIANAPOLIS—In 2003 Matt Barnes walked into the Capitol building in Indianapolis, sure of a burden from God to reach the legislators of Indiana, but unsure of how to go about it.
CARY, N.C.—John E. Millheim, a Baptist pastor and seminary professor who encouraged 1960s fundamentalists to discard their flamboyant and inflammatory past, died on Dec. 29.
SEBRING, Fla.—A ground-breaking ceremony kicked off the addition of a kitchen and dining area at Maranatha Manor.
WESTON, Mich.—First Baptist Church reached a milestone, having been organized for 175 years.