Stay Connected to The Alabama Baptist — Mike McPherson, ACTS 100 president

Mike McPherson, president of nonprofit ACTS 100 and pastor of Lifeway Community Curch, Loxley, shares why he enjoys reading The Alabama Baptist newspaper and how it has helped in his ministry.

Stay connected to The Alabama Baptist — Teresa Stacey, Selma

Teresa Stacey, teacher at a Christian school in Selma and wife of Tom Stacey, director of missions of Selma Baptist Association, shares why she uses The Alabama Baptist as a part of her curriculum in her classroom.

Read TAB Day 2013 — Haden Taylor Worthington

Haden Taylor Worthington, the 6-year-old son of Adam and Bridget Worthington and grandson of Billie Davis (a ministry assistant at the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions), shares why he is "so excited" to read The Alabama Baptist every week.

Read TAB Day 2013 — Louis Steed, Birmingham

Louis Steed, founder and part-owner of Southeastern Jewelers in Birmingham, shares why he reads The Alabama Baptist and that he uses it as a witnessing tool in his business.

Read TAB Day 2013 — Maggie Walsh, Troy

Maggie Walsh, a recent graduate of Troy University, shares why she thinks The Alabama Baptist is a resource for Christians, and more than just a newspaper.

Read TAB Day 2013 — Eddie Wilson, upstate New York

Eddie Wilson, a longtime reader of The Alabama Baptist, shares why he reads and appreciates The Alabama Baptist, even though he and his family now live in upstate New York.