Around 3:00 a.m. on a Thursday last October, Pastor Walter McDonald was awoken by a phone call from a church member, who told him the church was on fire.
In a curbside event, Riverside Baptist Church in Decatur, Ill., gave potted flowers to all the mothers in its congregation Sunday, May 10. Soteria Des Moines hosted a similar drive-through event the day before.
Grace Church showed its appreciation for teachers of a public elementary school by helping sponsor a drive-through distribution of thank-you gifts.
Richard Edwin “Dick” Cughan, a retired pastor, died May 5. He was 83.
At Bethany Baptist Church, a Hispanic congregation is a growing extension of the church’s ministry.
Melvin O. Jones, a church planter and pastor, died April 23. He was 92.
The Portage County, Wisconsin, Sheriff’s Office is thanking Berea Baptist Church for its thoughtfulness and generosity.
The Iowa Association of Regular Baptist Church held its annual conference online April 21.
Faith Baptist Church has called David Totman as its new pastor. He and his wife, Anora, have been missionaries in Africa and Hungary since 2003.
First Baptist Church is using a creative method for its congregation to stay connected when they can’t meet face-to-face.
Restored Church says it is “in the city, for the city.” To serve its city April 19, the church distributed 1,100 meal kits to 900 people.
Kendra Cizauskas is one of four high school seniors attending GARBC churches who have been awarded $2,500 scholarships in the first GARBC Christian Character Scholarship competition.
Scioto Hills Christian Camp and Retreat Center has created a fun at-home craft for kids: creating the camp with heavyweight paper, scissors, and a few more simple supplies.
Members of Orchard Avenue Baptist Church are using yard signs to share the message that our hope is in the Lord.
Beverly Mattox, a pastor’s wife, died April 15 after recent TIAs, or ministrokes. She was 90.
Iowa Regular Baptist Camp has begun hosting online events for youth workers and students.
Sarah Iler is one of four high school seniors who have been awarded $2,500 scholarships in the first GARBC Christian Character Scholarship competition.
Ladies at Maranatha Village, a Baptist retirement community, have been busy making masks for residents of Maranatha Manor, the 20-bed assisted living facility located in the center of Maranatha Village.
Now, with a stay-at-home order instated in Ohio, they treated their neighbors to a concert from the couple’s lawn.
Richard Wezik, pastor of First Baptist Church, Hempstead, N.Y., died April 6 from COVID-19.
Just Google ‘epicenter of the coronavirus’ right now, and you’ll likely see a photo of the hospital in Elmhurst, in the New York City borough of Queens.
As we continue to follow developments related to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, we want to make churches aware of updates to this program.
Village Baptist Church’s food pantry serves those in the church body and in the community, but the food pantry ministry looks a bit different these days as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
What the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act means for Regular Baptist churches, with important updates as the CARES Act has continued to take shape.
Jacob Southwell is one of four high school seniors attending GARBC churches who have been awarded $2,500 scholarships in the first GARBC Christian Character Scholarship competition.
Pastor Scott and Carla Poling of Harvest New Beginnings are showing love to their neighbors in this time when some people lack basic necessities that can’t currently be found in stores.
While US churches have temporarily shut their doors to help slow the spread of COVID-19, their food pantries remain open.
Orchard Avenue Baptist Church included children its online church service by livestreaming a Sunday School class.
Attendees at a DelMarVa conference heard two sermons that would prove to be timely in light of coming challenges.
The “iron sharpening iron” process that Proverbs 27:17 provides is a helpful and maybe even convicting part of a believer’s life.
As COVID-19 continues to disrupt everyday life, First Baptist Church is loving and serving its neighbors who have limited resources.
First Baptist Church hosted the Men Modeling the Master conference, an annual event of the Eastern Michigan Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
Knowing that the elderly are especially concerned about COVID-19, Memorial Baptist Church is showing love to this segment of its community by preparing care packages for nursing homes.
Carson Odle is one of four high school seniors who have been awarded $2,500 scholarships in the first GARBC Christian Character Scholarship competition.
Director Jon Beight of Twin Lakes Camp and Conference Center has produced a video to help parents talk to their children about how to cope with change.
Spring Hill Baptist Church installed Ryan Rouse as pastor.
At Maranatha Village, Buz Cliffe is thankful for the caregiving ministry of several men who are year-round and seasonal residents of this Baptist retirement community.
“The more you understand the world of the Bible, the better you can understand the words of the Bible,” says Aaron Patton, pastor of New Story Church.
Baptist Mid-Missions is pleased to announce its choice of Patrick Odle as president-elect.
Calvary Baptist Church hosted its Men of God Conference Feb. 29. The theme “For the Greater Kingdom” addressed Christians’ calling as citizens of Heaven though also citizens of earth.
Maranatha Baptist Church is rejoicing in God’s goodness for providing an interim pastor after the sudden Homegoing of Pastor Terry Price in October.
Altoona Regular Baptist Church hosted its 10th Annual Sportsmen’s Dinner.
Sue Lunsford, a pastor’s wife, died on Feb. 29. Sue served with her husband, David, in ministry since 1978.
Calvary Baptist Church enjoyed hitting the slopes on its annual church ski trip to Sundown Mountain in Dubuque, Iowa.
Marjorie Odor, a pastor’s wife for more than 50 years, died Feb. 26. She was 93.
Central Baptist Church hosted the Northeast Fellowship’s “Cross the Line” Men’s Adventure.
Three ministry leaders from Bethany Baptist Church traveled to San Andres, Cuba, a small farming community in the western part of the country, to teach Old Testament Survey.
GARBC National Representative Mike Hess had the privilege of speaking at the Growing in Leadership Conference at Impacto Bíblico Iglesia Cristiana Bautista in Santa Marta, Colombia.
Warren Edward Simmons, a missionary to children, died Feb. 7. He was 95.
Twenty-four high school seniors from GARBC churches have been awarded a total of $25,000 in the GARBC Christian Character Scholarship competition.
First Baptist Church, Cass City, Michigan, and Northeastern Baptist Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan, visited the Holocaust Memorial Center together.
The Central Illinois Pastors’ Fellowship met this month with Mike Hess, GARBC national representative.
Evangel Baptist Church considers itself blessed to have hosted over 80 students and leaders from the DelMarVa Baptist Fellowship for the 20th Annual Winter Thing.
Leaders of the Northeast Fellowship met for a Leadership Summit at the association’s ministry center.
Trinity Baptist Church celebrated the completion of a building expansion project during a dedication service and open house.
Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary welcomed a record 236 attendees for its Fifth Annual Refresh Conference.
Leaders of churches fellowshipping with the Central Michigan Association of Regular Baptist Churches met for a leadership forum on “Biblical Counseling in the Local Church.”
Leslie Wayne Peirson, a retired pastor, died Jan. 13. He was 89.
At their monthly Breakpoint meeting, pastors from western Michigan discussed “The Benefits and Challenges of Pastoral Sabbaticals.”
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church hosted its 10th Annual Ladies’ Day Out.
Carol Ann Nixon, a youth pastor’s wife, died Jan. 24. She was 57.
Ministry leaders serving with the California Association of Regular Baptist Churches enjoyed a retreat at Wonder Valley Resort.
Daniels Road Baptist Church has called Aaron Snyder as associate pastor of youth and worship. His wife, Stephanie, will be serving as director of children’s ministry.
Lakeland Baptist Church has called Caleb Lobb as pastor. Caleb is the third generation of his family to serve at Lakeland Baptist Church.
The Northeast Fellowship hosted its Marriage Refresh retreat at Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel Dec. 27–28.
Anne Jeffers, who “shaped and guided generations of Corban students,” says Dr. Sheldon C. Nord, president of Corban University, died Dec. 6. She was 91.
The Ohio Women for Missions held its annual retreat at Carlisle Inn Nov. 14–15.
The ladies of Faith Baptist Church and their guests enjoyed an annual retreat at a country homestead.
Stewart P. Cottle, a man well known for his passion for teaching and helping, died Jan. 4.
Lake Blaine Baptist Bible Camp hosted its annual winter retreat for students Dec. 31–Jan. 2.
Rob Cady, a missionary with the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, died Nov. 30.
Maretta Jean Cook, a pastor’s wife, died Dec. 1. She was 75.
New City Church is now an established church after being planted last year through the Engage Network of Saylorville Church in Des Moines.
Clarks Summit University has been strengthening its department of online learning with new hires and reorganized roles.
ANKENY, Iowa—The Iowa Association of Regular Baptist Churches hosted a “Back on Track” students event, held at Ankeny Baptist Church. Pastor Nathan Osborne from Faith …
The Arizona Association of Regular Baptist Churches met for its annual conference at Sahuaro Baptist Church.
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Riverside Baptist Church ordained its pastor, T. J. Hahn. He has ministered at the church since August 2015.
For Orchard Baptist Baptist Church, hosting a Fall Palooza is a great way for the church to connect with its community.
Calvary Baptist Church held its annual women’s conference Nov. 2, inviting women throughout the state to attend.
Grace Baptist Church’s Amazin’ gRace for teens was a “success once again this year,” says Pastor David Talley.
Friends, neighbors, and alumni of Victory Ranch, as well as nearby Regular Baptist churches, gathered at the camp for its Annual Round-Up.
Churches from the DelMarVa Baptist Fellowship, representing Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, met at Evangel Baptist Church for the association’s quarterly conference.
MILLERSBURG, Ohio—Camps across the country convened Nov. 3–7 for the National Association of Regular Baptist Camps conference. Skyview Ranch hosted the event, ending just three …
Members of churches that are part of the Minnesota Association of Regular Baptist Churches enjoyed a trip to the Grand Canyon.
In conjunction with seven Christian colleges, Regular Baptist Churches is offering the GARBC Christian Character Scholarship. This scholarship is available to a maximum of twenty-four …
Brown Street Baptist Church gathered for a Thanksgiving dinner to “rejoice in God’s provision and reflect on His blessings to us over the last year.”
Harvest New Beginnings hosted its M4 Ministry Enrichment Conference for ministry workers.
Please pray for Skyview Ranch. Early Sunday morning the camp dining hall, office, and its contents were destroyed by a fire.
Brookdale Baptist Church held a three-day missions conference with Dr. Jeff Straub, professor of historical theology at Central Baptist Theological Seminary.
The Northeast Fellowship met for its Fall Conference at Calvary Baptist Church.
Tabernacle Baptist Church held a five-day missions conference focusing on sharing the gospel with the least reached people groups in America.
Women from Central California churches met for a retreat at Hartland Christian Camp.
Dozens of Christian business leaders from across the United States gathered at Faith Baptist Bible College for the Business Leadership Summit.
After hosting the Giddyup Junction Vacation Bible School program this summer, First Baptist Church returned to the Old West setting Oct. 5.
Mothers and their daughters enjoyed a two-day retreat at Camp Gilead. The camp hosted this popular retreat over two weekends.
Bethany Baptist Church celebrated two milestones: the church’s 50th anniversary and Pastor Tim Baker’s 25th year of ministry at the church.
Grand Heights Baptist Church hosted the Women on Mission Conference, a regional fall conference of Ohio Women for Missions.
Terry A. Price, pastor of Maranatha Baptist Church, died in the early morning of Oct. 25.
Southside Baptist Church hosted the Fall Conference of the Sunshine Baptist Fellowship.
What happens when three Baptist state associations plan a joint conference at the height of football season, meeting in a church that sits a mile from the Ohio-Michigan border? Yes—a few of the expected jokes about the famed sports rivalry, but then came the more serious business of explaining why church associations still matter.
The Baptist Network Northwest hosted its Refresh Retreat at Cannon Beach Conference Center. The retreat is an annual event for ministry workers in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.
Faith Baptist Church served as a satellite site for Dare 2 Share Live, an evangelism training seminar for teens.
First Baptist Church hosted a time of singing with a meal afterward for Regular Baptist churches in California.
At its Fall Conference, the Wisconsin Association of Regular Baptist Churches aimed to bring a new appreciation for the Lord’s Supper.
The Illinois-Missouri Association of Regular Baptist Churches met for its fall conference at Camp Manitoumi.
Women from Illinois and Missouri churches met for a retreat at Camp Manitoumi with pastor’s wife Misty Beutow.
Donald E. Worch, former president of Baptist Children’s Home, died Oct. 7. He was 90.
Iowa Regular Baptist Camp hosted the Women’s Renew Conference of the Iowa Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
“Amazing Grace” was the theme of the Renew Women’s Conference, an annual event of the Northeast Fellowship.
Teens from Iowa churches attended the Annual Go Conference, an event sponsored by the state youth committee of the Iowa Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
Emmanuel Baptist Church hosted its First Annual One Purpose Weekend to help the entire church family commit to its one purpose in life: giving God glory.
Cedarville University is now making the courses from its Bible minor program available online at no charge.
Immanuel Baptist Church hosted a community block party Sept. 11 to kick off the church’s fall ministries.
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio—More than 375 people attended First Baptist Church’s End of Summer Carnival. The carnival included games, prizes, music, crafts, face painting, a bounce …