More than 70 students attended Wrangler Camp, which is provided by Liberty Baptist Association at Beech Springs Camp and Conference Center. Calvary Trail Cowboy Church, Louann, sponsors the camp and provides instructors and counselors in coordination with the association.
All ministers, church employees, church treasurers, financial secretaries and financial committees are invited to attend one of the free Your Church and Money seminars being held throughout the state. Seminars are led by William Jaques Jr., Arkansas Baptist State Convention evangelism and church health team member.
Preregistration is required. Visit www.absc.org/guidestone or call 800-838-2272, ext. 5121.
Tuesday, August 19 9:00 am Paragould – First Baptist Church, 102 N. 3rd St.
Tuesday, August 19 6:00 pm Marion – Angels Way Baptist Church, 801 Angels Way
Thursday, August 21 9:00 am Little Rock - Baptist Building, 10 Remington Dr.
Monday, August 25 9:00 am Mena – First Baptist Church, 811 Port Arthur Ave.
Monday, August 25 6:00 pm Van Buren – Concord Baptist Church, 6105 Alma Hwy.
Tuesday, August 26 9:00 am Bentonville – Grace Point Church, 1201 NE McCollum Dr.
Tuesday, August 26 6:00 pm Harrison – First Baptist Church, 1400 S Pine St.
Thursday, August 28 9:00 am Dumas - First Baptist Church, 200 E Waterman St
Thursday, August 28 6:00 pm Conway – Pickles Gap Baptist Church, 2 Pickles Gap Rd.
Thursday, Sept. 4 9:00 am El Dorado – West Side Baptist Church, 2400 W Hillsboro
Thursday, Sept. 4 6:00 pm Arkadelphia Second Baptist Church, 815 S 12th St.
Levy Baptist Church, North Little Rock, will have a commemoration service marking the 100th anniversary of the declaration of World War I at 6 p.m. Aug. 4. Cary Bradburn, historian for the North Little Rock History Commission, will speak on the topic of faith during the war and how and why America got involved in the war.
First Baptist Church, Norphlet, held FreedomFest 2014 on July 6. Hundreds of community members attended the event, which included hamburgers, hot dogs, popcorn, snow cones, watermelon and homemade ice cream, along with bounce houses and a waterslide.
“I believe that we planted many seeds for future harvest. If nothing else, my hope is that our community will see our church as a place that cares for them, and will remember that when they encounter a crisis in the future,” said Pastor Doug Wills.
Life Line Baptist Church, Little Rock, recently held a fireworks show sponsored by Crain Ford on Colonel Glenn Road. Photo courtesy of Life Line Baptist Church