Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary is unique in many ways. One of those ways is that instead of simply taking a fall break each year, it hosts a…
CLARKS SUMMIT, Pa.—The Clarks Summit University Alumni Association has named Steve Viars, pastor of Faith Church, Lafayette, Indiana, Alumnus of the Year. The awards ceremony will take place during the…
Bob Jones University invited David Strope, interim national representative of the GARBC, to speak in its CoRE Conference Jan. 31–Feb. 1.
Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary’s Refresh Conference kicked off the school’s centennial celebration.
When Camp Gilead realized in the latter months of 2020 that it wouldn’t be able to host guest groups due to the continuing coronavirus, the staff brainstormed other possibilities for celebrating Christmas with guests.
Dozens of Christian business leaders from across the United States gathered at Faith Baptist Bible College for the Business Leadership Summit.
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 Fellowship Association’s annual conference marked the culmination of three years of conferences dealing with the ethnic divide in the church.
Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary hosted a three-day photo camp, instructing students, faculty, and staff on photography fundamentals.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.—Rustic Hills Baptist Church, Colorado Springs, Colorado, hosted a Bible and Science Seminar with Dr. George Matzko of Bob Jones University. Matzko is the former chair of the…
GARBC National Representative Mike Hess and his wife, Christina, were thrilled to visit Bob Jones University for the first time and were blessed by the school’s generous hospitality.
Twin Lakes Camp hosted a special week of camp for students who desire to pursue full-time ministry or who just want to be challenged spiritually on a deeper level.
Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary hosted its first Business Leadership Summit to encourage business leaders within the church and give practical advice.
What do you do when things don’t go as planned? More than 350 Baptist Mid-Missions missionaries, staff, and other guests delved into this topic at BMM’s 2017 Annual Conference held at First Baptist Church of Elyria, Ohio.
During Baptist Bible Seminary’s Ministers Enrichment Day, 70 ministry professionals enjoyed a day of insight, refreshment, and motivation through various sessions that focused on the theme “Outside the Walls: Creative Outreach in a Contemporary Culture.”
Camp directors focused outward in their planning as they met for the annual retreat of the National Association of Regular Baptist Camps.
By Nancy Freund During Baptist Mid-Missions’ Annual Conference July 4–7, 2016, more than 550 missionaries and special guests filled the auditorium of First Baptist Church of Elyria, Ohio, to witness…
Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary awarded Vernon Rosenau, president of Baptist Mid-Missions, an honorary doctorate of divinity during the school’s commencement.
Baptist Mid-Missions has appointed Vernon Rosenau president. He will step into the role in January, after the retirement of the mission agency’s current president, Dr. Gary Anderson, at the end of 2015.
Over the last century, many distributaries have branched off of the channel of Baptist separatism. The Midwest Congress of Baptist Fundamentalists provided an opportunity for representatives from some of those streams to be reminded of their common heritage and shared principles.
Dr. W. David Warren received the Distinguished Service Award from Cedarville University during its homecoming events Oct. 2. Warren is state representative of the Ohio Association of Regular Baptist Churches and serves on Cedarville’s board of trustees.
More than 700 alumni, friends, and students of Faith Baptist Bible College and Seminary gathered on Thursday, Sept. 17, for the installation of its new president, Jim Tillotson.
For several years, Hispanic believers have enjoyed a weekend retreat, hosted by Baptist Church Planters, at Iowa Regular Baptist Camp. This year over 140 people attended the retreat Aug. 21 and 22.
Fifty-five senior adults from Hebron Fellowship churches took a chartered bus to visit Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. “The five-day trip was so fantastic that the seniors couldn’t agree on any one event being the highlight. Everything was fabulous,” says Craig Golden.
Five generations of the Plew family will celebrate Austin Plew’s 95th birthday on June 17. John Greening, GARBC national representative, says, “He is one of those men who I think I would like to live and conduct myself like him!”
Nearly 1,000 young people descended upon four New York churches for the Northwest Fellowship’s Youth Seminars, a weekend-long annual Bible conference for students in grades six through 12.
Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary has appointed James Tillotson as president. He is currently pastor of Meadowlands Baptist Church in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
In a historic move to connect the rich heritage of two Baptist colleges, the trustee boards of Tennessee Temple University in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Piedmont International University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, voted unanimously to merge.
The majestic rocky peaks of the Cascade mountain range served as the backdrop to the Baptist Network Northwest Pastors’ Prayer Summit.
Babs Johnson says she carries out the Great Commission in the same way that, generally, all believers do, but her specific ministry keys in on her love of children, adults, and music.
An estimated 650 attendees from area churches enjoyed choral and orchestral music designed to give praise and thanks to God as a kickoff to Thanksgiving.
“The New Testament came alive in a fresh and vibrant way” at the annual conference of the Mid-Continent Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
The Baptist Bible College and Seminary board of trustees is pleased to announce that Dr. James R. Lytle, veteran educator and missionary, seasoned leader, and experienced BBC&S vice president and provost, has been named the new president of Baptist Bible College and Seminary effective Jan. 1, 2015.
“Imagine switching the lid of a jigsaw puzzle box and then trying to figure out how to put the pieces together while using the wrong picture as the template.” Speaking in two main preaching sessions, Dr. Gary Gilley used this word picture to illustrate the challenge that many in mainstream evangelicalism face when attempting to define spiritual formation.
The Northern California Association of Regular Baptist Churches is focused on developing ministries to equip believers for ministry. With that in mind, the association centered its annual conference on evangelism.
Pastor Bruce McLain has been encouraging people “to live by faith and follow by faith.” So when God opened the door for Bruce to serve as CARBC state representative, he realized, “It would be hypocritical to preach this for 40 years and not do it myself.”
This year’s Ladies’ Advance encouraged not only attendees, but women across the globe. For the first time, attendees raised money for a cause.
The Iowa Association of Regular Baptist Churches hosted its third Annual “Refresh” Pastors and Wives’ Retreat at Iowa Regular Baptist Camp. Twenty-six couples in pastoral ministries throughout Iowa attended the 24-hour retreat Oct. 9 and 10.
Jerry and Jo Cudney received the Outstanding Service Award from Corban University, Salem, Ore., at the school’s homecoming celebration Oct. 2–5. The Cudneys are 1963 graduates of Corban. Jerry is assistant to the pastor at First Baptist Church of Eastgate in Bellevue, Wash.
Those attending the Fellowship of Missions 45th Annual CEO Retreat and Conference enjoyed a relaxed atmosphere; appreciated devotional messages by Dr. Hantz Bernard, director of Bibles International; and delighted in a personalized tour of the Gerald R. Ford Museum.
Beautiful Lake Bemidji, sunny skies, and brilliant autumn leaves provided a picturesque setting for attendees of the 2014 meeting of the Minnesota Association of Regular Baptist Churches.
Over 100 Baptists from Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin gathered in the fellowship hall of Fourth Baptist Church, Plymouth, Minn., for a panel discussion over lunch. The event was billed as “The Future of Baptist Fundamentalism: A Thoughtful Conversation between Baptist Brothers.” Panelists included GARBC National Representative John Greening, Central Seminary Research Professor and Regular Baptist Press author Kevin Bauder, and USAF Chaplain Col. Mike Sproul, who is also pastor of Tri-City Baptist Church in Chandler, Ariz., and on the executive board of the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International. They were joined by host pastor Matt Morrell of Fourth Baptist Church; hymnwriter and author Chris Anderson, pastor of Killian Hill Baptist Church in Lilburn, Ga.; and me. Brent Belford, an administrator at Central Seminary and member of the pastoral staff at Fourth, moderated the discussion.
Over 400 ladies gathered at Iowa Regular Baptist Camp for its annual Women’s Renew Conference Sept. 5 and 6. “As usual,” says Emily Felderman, “IRBC rolled out the red carpet for the ladies this year with excellent food, friendly staff, and a wide variety of activities to take part in.”
Baptist Church Planters officially installed Stephen P. Little as president in a celebration in Cleveland on Tuesday, Aug. 26. On that evening, outgoing president Dr. David C. Little passed the baton of leadership to his brother Stephen.
VALPARAISO, Ind.—From July through September, churches in Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana are partnering with Baptist Children’s Home for its 34th annual Bike-a-Thon.
Baptist Bible College and Seminary announces its search for a new president. Please see BBC&S Presidential Search bulletin for details regarding the institution’s mission, aspirations, qualification, location, and application procedure.
NORTHFIELD, Ohio—On March 28 and 29, about 100 church ministry workers from a 175-mile radius met at Northfield Baptist Church for the first Ohio Church Ministries Conference.
CLARKS SUMMIT, Pa.—Baptist Bible College and Seminary honored longtime Bible and theology professor Joe Schloegel on Oct. 24, with special gatherings of faculty, students, and staff held throughout the day.