Wednesday, 23 November 2011 00:00

And the winner is ....

The Religious Herald has announced the winner of its iPad contest.
Published in 2011 Archives

Staff moves, church news and more

Published in 2011 Archives

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. -- The struggles of life are the same for every person. Affordable housing, the ability to support one’s family, transportation, health care, raising children -- but for some these struggles are greater due to an environment they do not understand and a language they do not speak.

Published in 2011 Archives

Every year this time as the temperatures begin to climb, it’s on our minds. Summer. Students are counting the days until the school year ends. Adults are longing for a much-needed break from the everyday grind. Families begin to look at the summer calendar.

Published in 2011 Archives

Being a Virginia Baptist means being part of a diverse family of believers who partner with others to spread the gospel of Christ. Partnerships currently include the Panama Baptist Convention, the International Baptist Convention and the Southwest Virginia Partnership. Church teams and individuals are invited to become involved.

Published in 2011 Archives

For reservations, registration fees and more information about summer camps and other programs, contact the following:

Published in 2011 Archives
Friday, 07 January 2011 00:00

Warsaw Church travels to Standing Rock

WARSAW, Va. -- Twenty-three members of Warsaw Baptist Church traveled to the Standing Rock Reservation in South Dakota last July to serve among the Native Americans. The reservation, home to about 8,500 people, deals with the issues of poverty, alcoholism, domestic violence and unemployment.

Published in 2009 Archives
Friday, 31 December 2010 00:00

OUT LOUD

Timely quotes from around the world
Published in 2010 Archives

LYNCHBURG, Va. -- For the more than 400 people attending the MC2 conference at Eagle Eyrie July 19-24, the question, “What was your favorite part?” sparked a variety of responses, from "helping people" to "the preacher," "the pool" and "finding the road."

Published in 2010 Archives

BLUEFIELD, Va. -- Black enamel paint and a team of 31 inexperienced youth with paintbrushes were an interesting combination as three Richmond-area churches partnered for a week of service at Bluefield College in July.

Published in 2010 Archives
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