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Family Council Hosts Worldview Summit for Leaders
Luke McCoy – Family Council will be hosting the Worldview Summit on Feb. 3-4. This summit will be held at the Robinson Conference Center Ballroom in Little Rock and is specifically designed for leaders in our state. Ministers, church leaders, elected officials and candidates for office are invited. (Elected officials include . . . Read more
Make Reservations For BMAA National Meeting
The 2022 session of the BMA of America will meet April 18-20 at the University Plaza Hotel and Convention Center in Springfield, Mo. Please make your reservations early, by calling the local hotel directly. Read more . . .
CBC Homecoming 2022
CBC Homecoming 2022 is just a few weeks away — Jan. 28-29! During CBC Homecoming this year we will celebrate our 70th anniversary. The weekend will kick off on Friday night with a 1950s bash on the campus lawn. The event is free and open to all alumni and families. This is just one of our events for the weekend, so make plans to join us. For a full schedule of Homecoming events, visit cbc.edu/events.
Typhoon Odette, reportedly the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines this year, battered vast portions of Visayas, Mindanao and Luzon last week, affecting nearly two million people. The death toll from the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines this year surged to 375 on Monday, with 56 missing and 500 more injured, the national police said. Desperate survivors pleaded for urgent supplies of drinking water and food. Read more . . .
CBC Announces Date For 3rd Annual Scholarship Gala
Central Baptist College has announced the date for our 3rd Annual Scholarship Gala. The event will take place on Saturday, April 2, at 6 p.m. at the Conway Expo Center. The black-tie optional event will be a celebration of “Courageous Faith.” The proceeds from the event will benefit the Central Baptist College Scholarship Fund which supports all institutionally funded scholarships. Read more . . .
BMA of Arkansas’ Newest Church
An overflow crowd, estimated at over 50, gathered Saturday afternoon, Dec. 4, in Mountainburg for the organization of Cain Baptist Church, formerly known as Mustard Seed Mission, a BMA of Arkansas Missions project. From the opening songs, led by Bailey Byers, to the final prayer by Former Missionary Hershel Conley, the excitement was evident! Read more . . .