Two of the five teams that make up the executive board staff of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention (ABSC) are becoming one
“The international getaway retreat to me is a great way to get to know those who aren’t like you, who come from a different culture or maybe a different religion.”
A group of Arkansas Baptist church planters recently spent time in Alpharetta, Georgia, fellowshipping, learning from leading church planting practitioners and worshiping together during the North American Mission Board’s Send Network Orientation.
Forty-five years and counting. That’s how long Rosanne Ramer has served at Geyer Springs First Baptist Church in Little Rock.
Christians have less confidence in artificial intelligence (AI) than non-Christians, especially when it comes to AI use by churches, Barna Group researchers found in a study conducted in partnership with Gloo.
It will take the effort of every Baptist Collegiate Ministry and every church working cooperatively together to reach these nearly 150,000 students with the Gospel.
Through the generosity of Arkansas Baptist churches and individuals, the Arkansas Baptist Disaster Relief (ABDR) team was recently able to purchase a new quick response kitchen and truck.
About 2,800 chaplains – including about 1,100 who are Southern Baptist – serve in the Armed Forces.
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