Lynwood Baptist Church’s Access Ministry for adults and teens with special needs began several years ago as the legacy of Shelby Stafford, a 40-year-old member with Down’s Syndrome. Stafford died in 2017, but because of her impact on Lynwood’s leaders and families, the vibrant special needs ministry still thrives in the Cape Girardeau church.
MBU’s Master of Social Work program fully accredited by Council on Social Work Education
The accreditation of MBU’s online master’s program in social work, by the nation’s sole accrediting body for social work programs, is retroactive to the program’s launch in 2020 and is granted through Feb. 2031.
After Christian school mass shooting, Woodmont Baptist provides sanctuary
They had never ridden a bus before, youth minister Beth Howe said of preschoolers bussed to Woodmont Baptist Church after an active shooter targeted their private Christian elementary school two miles away.
“Because of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, God’s grace is available to all who repent and believe in Him. We who were dead in trespasses and sins were once held captive by hell’s hoards. But God intervened, our unrighteousness is washed clean, and we are reconciled to God. Christ for us becomes Christ in us, the hope of glory.”
Five things Christians should know about Ramadan
Imagine fasting for 28 days. No food or drink during daylight hours. It’s about more than testing your will power. Your social standing and status with God depend on how well you do with this task. For Muslims around the world, this is their reality for the next month. This year, Ramadan starts on the evening of Wednesday, March 22 and lasts until Friday, April 21.
Together for the Nations: IMB tailors event for missions leaders
The International Mission Board’s one-day Together for the Nations events allow churches and individuals to spend time with IMB missionaries and other church leaders who address the world’s greatest problem of spiritual lostness with the only solution — the gospel.
Greg Laurie says ‘Jesus Revolution’ portrays a Gospel awakening still felt today
Pastor Greg Laurie said the spiritual awakening portrayed in the new movie “Jesus Revolution” is still making an impact today, including his own life and ministry. The basis of the movie is the Jesus Movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s.