Midwestern Seminary hosted the ninth annual For the Church National Conference in Kansas City on Sept. 11–12, welcoming more than 1,100 pastors and ministry leaders to campus.
“People aren’t always going to react well to the gospel,” said Payton Beucher, a student at Northwest Missouri State University. “But you don’t give people the excuse to throw it back in your face.”
Though some pastors have been in ministry for 50 years, few stay in the same congregation for half a century. Charles Moore, 87, was honored Aug. 5 on his 50-year anniversary by his church, the local association and friends.
Children and families involved in Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Church Willard, Missouri, raised $3,600 for the Willard School District, allowing students to start the year with no lunch debt remaining from the previous year.
The Missouri Baptist Convention’s executive board has named Kentucky pastor Wes Fowler the next MBC executive director-treasurer.
For Freshwater Church Jefferson City, Missouri, missions trips are a family affair.
Missionary kids on a Dutch mission trip encounter indifference, sharing faith with Europe’s spiritual seekers along the way.
Wes Segawa completed one class this past semester at Hannibal-LaGrange University and graduated with an associate degree in May. That’s the short of a 50-year-long
Having grown up in Puerto Rico before moving to Pennsylvania, Joyce Fernandez had never witnessed the aftereffects of a tornado. Granted, the damage from hurricanes
Ron Mills was desperate in 1987 and needed hope. Since he found it, he’s been sharing it with other desperate people as a vocational evangelist,