Dr. Jeff Newman Appointed Administrator for Missionary Soul Care

Baptist Mid-Missions has announced the appointment of Dr. Jeff Newman as the Administrator for Missionary Soul Care. Please pray for Dr. Newman and his wife, Sherry, as they make the transition to their new roles! The following article was posted on the BMM website: With the continued goal of gospel advance, Baptist Mid-Missions is excited to announce that Dr. Jeff Newman will fill the position of Administrator for Missionary Soul Care, and will be the

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Faith Announces Radio Broadcast Ministry

Please pray for Faith Baptist Bible College and 99.3 The Truth Network as they partner together to air a new radio program! Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary is excited to announce a new 30-minute radio program that will air each weekday on 99.3 FM The Truth Network in Des Moines, Iowa. This pre-recorded program will debut Monday, October 21, and air each weekday from 7:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. Faith Comes by Hearing will

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Cole Glanzer Called as Associate Pastor

Cole Glanzer was recently called as the Associate Pastor at First Baptist Church, Waverly. We asked Cole to share with us how God led in his life and we think you’ll find his testimony very encouraging! “When I was nearing the end of high school and thinking about what I wanted to do with the rest of my life and where I wanted to go to college, full-time ministry and (for sure) being a pastor

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Josh Robinson Moves into Senior Pastor Role at ARBC

This past summer, Pastor Josh Robinson transitioned from the Assistant Pastor role to the Senior Pastor role at Altoona Regular Baptist Church. Pastor Robinson grew up in Greenville, South Carolina and met his wife, Krista, while counseling at Camp CoBeAc in Michigan after his senior year in high school. The couple dated long-distance for 4 years before getting married in 2012. Pastor Robinson got an Associate’s Degree in Christian Ministries from Bob Jones University in

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