A deer meat processor and a doctor. A nanny and a nurse. A soldier and a statistician. These are just a few of the jobs previously held by 84 men and women appointed by IMB trustees Nov. 15 at Second Baptist Church in Springfield, MO.
On point Emerson church plant to serve alongside massive sports complex By Scott Barkley, firstname.lastname@example.org Published December 27, 2012
Traveling north out of Atlanta on I-75 the view remains the same until you pass through Kennesaw. From there trees increase between exits and once you cross the bridge over Lake Allatoona you've entered what most people consider to be the unofficial break from the metro area.
As were many the weekend following the murders of 20 children and six adults in Newtown, CT, Georgia Baptist pastors offered their thoughts and condolences online and in the pulpit to those still trying to make sense of it all.
The Georgia Baptist Convention hopes to have a shortened presidential election cycle in 2013 following a GBC Executive Committee vote to restrict campaign coverage by The Christian Index until two months before the annual meeting.
Every year hundreds of thousands of people gather in Perry for the Georgia National Fair "Where Georgia is Celebrated!" The Georgia National Fair has promoted the state's heritage, people, and agriculture since the first Fair in 1990.
The innocents of Newtown, Connecticut, 20 beautiful children, will never flower. We will never see the doctor, teacher, or athlete who could have been. And six adults lost their lives seeking to protect them and their classmates.
The Open Door By J. Robert White, Executive Director GBC Published December 27, 2012
I had just finished preaching and went with the church family to the fellowship hall for a wonderfully prepared dinner. That's where I met Camille Saunders.
The United States is a divided country. We have Democrats and Republicans, red states and blue states, conservatives and progressives (liberals), and as a result of the last presidential election there are many Americans who feel like winners and many others who feel like losers.