By Debbie Moore, Arkansas WMU Executive Director Arkansas Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) is so thankful for the privilege of serving Arkansas Baptists in the areas
As usual, Arkansas Baptists have a lot on their calendars to look forward to next year. Pray First To start the year off, Arkansas Baptists
From the announcement of the new Arkansas Baptist State Convention executive director to celebrating the first graduating class of the Arkansas Prison Initiative, Arkansas Baptists
Arkansas Tourism representatives are anticipating up to 1.5 million visitors for the total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024.
This was an extra gift made possible by the generous giving of Arkansas Baptists.
“It was God’s call that kept me on the field, but it was the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering and the generosity of Southern Baptists that helped provide the things that were needed to stay on the field,” Moore said, also stressing the importance of prayer support.
We need Christmas to come around. We need the reminder that Jesus came as our Savior.
Campus ministry is meant to multiply, because the church is meant to multiply.