The Only In Your State website has posted a story about the 24 most religious towns in Arkansas. Many photos Southern Baptist churches in Arkansas are represented in the article. It is an interesting read!
BENTON - LeaAnn Palmer Bostick, 48, of Benton, died Oct. 18. Her death was the result of complications from treatments for a rare form of cancer, which she had had for eight years.
She was the wife of Terry Bostick, team leader for the Arkansas Baptist State Convention evangelism and church health team.
SILOAM SPRINGS – What makes a person radiant? Psalms 34:5 (NASB) suggests that those who look to Jesus for their worth are radiant – “They looked to Him and were radiant, and their faces will never be ashamed.”
“I continually doubt my worthiness,” said Patience Beard, a senior at the University of Arkansas who also is a cheerleader for the Razorbacks. “I forget who God says I am. I forget what God says about me. I hope this weekend we can allow God to speak to our hearts.”
LITTLE ROCK – Have you ever thought it would be cool to see your art on a greeting card? Well, here’s your chance! The Arkansas Baptist News (ABN) is conducting its fourth annual Christmas card design contest.
“We are excited to invite Arkansas Baptist News subscribers to submit their artwork for consideration,” said Tim Yarbrough, ABN editor/executive director. “We look forward to receiving each entry.”
Williams Baptist College cut the ribbon Friday, Sept. 25, on its newest facility, which is named for the longest tenured professor in the history of the college. The Joy Ring Student Success Center provides a range of tutoring and counseling services to help students have a successful college experience.
James Miller of Melbourne, chair of Williams' board of trustees, said the center reflects Williams' commitment to help students rise to the challenges of college, and he said it is very appropriate that the facility be named for professor Joy Ring.