Baptist Student Center

Baptist Student Center
Baptist Student Center is listed in the Religious Organizations category in Kirksville, Missouri. Displayed below are the social networks for Baptist Student Center which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Baptist Student Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Baptist Student Center is:
110 W Normal St
Kirksville, MO 63501
(660) 665-4841

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Baptist Student Center has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that Baptist Student Center has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Kirksville, Missouri is 35 and in the category is 34. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Can the church in this hyper-partisan culture be a community of true diversity—not of socially mandated opinions, not of watered-down beliefs without substance, but an honest-to-God, one-of-a-kind community of unified diversity?

This is my next-to-last editorial, so I’m going to plead once more: Take Jesus seriously, and do everything you can for those he loves, whose plight breaks his holy heart.
If we’re going to be serious about following Jesus, that means doing everything we can—everything—to care for the weak, the poor, the vulnerable.

Voices: Stand with Texas pastors to support the state’s public school

Evangelicals and Trump, reading the Standard

Guest editorial: Everyone needs to go to Arabia

I’ve been studying American religion a long time, often on topics related to race and racism, slavery and Jim Crow, the South and southern faith-communities, black and white. But I’ve failed to give more than peripheral attention to the slaughter of black men—and, yes, black women—during the “lynching era,” 1880-1940.
The lynching tree keeps Christ’s cross from becoming “a symbol of abstract, sentimental piety.” But the lynching tree needs the cross, “without which it becomes simply an abomination,” with no sign of hope.

Howard Payne University students serve in Slovakia

For those congregations that support women in ministry in BGCT churches and are feeling the tension of disappointment and hope, I would like to offer a few suggestions specifically to your search committees.
As churches review candidates for pastor and other staff positions, a leader among Baptist women in ministry encourages search committees to consider women and men the same—and differently.

At least half of Americans realize churches feed and clothe the poor, but far fewer are aware of other social services congregations provide, a new study shows.

Good works of churches often go unnoticed, research shows