Alabama News

Alabama Baptist Entities | Oct. 5 2000

Alabama missions team see success with Philippines trip

The Alabama group arrived at the Manila airport full of excitement at the prospect of holding a free medical clinic for needy Filipinos. Hopes... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Oct. 5 2000

Pastors Conference Chalk artist to depict ‘Consider Him’ theme at Nov. 13 meeting

Organizers of the 2000 Alabama Baptist Pastors Conference wan the Word depicted as it is preached. Joe Godfrey, pastor of Taylor Road Baptist... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 28 2000

Alabama broadcaster not stopped by lack of sight

“As he went along, he saw a man blind from birth. His disciples asked him, ‘Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 28 2000

Anniston fire ruled as arson

A Sept. 15 fire that destroyed most of First Baptist Church, Anniston, has been ruled as arson. The State Fire Marshal’s Office announced... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 28 2000

Alabamian among volunteers witnessing at Olympic games

Thirteen proved a lucky number for a team from the United Sates competing in the recent Olympic activities in Sydney, Australia. Andrea Mullins,... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 28 2000

Woodland Forrest withdraws from SBC

Woodland Forrest Baptist Church, Tuscaloosa, voted Aug. 16 to sever financial ties with the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) but will continue... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 21 2000

South Park continues tradition of racial harmony

The festive air at South Park Baptist Church’s recent pastor installation service resembled a wedding more than a church meeting.    ... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Sep. 21 2000

Alabamians spread word in Venezuela

This summer, 54 Alabama Baptists –including 19 pastors—traveled to Venezuela to minister to Baptist churches in this partner country.... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Sep. 21 2000

Birmingham’s M-Power ministry ‘first of its kind’

Imagine having to choose between paying rent or taking your sick child to the doctor. As medical and insurance costs rise, this tough choice,... [READ MORE]

Africa | Sep. 21 2000

Missionaries hit the water Alabama natives travel by boat to reach people of Tonga tribe

A 21-foot cabin crusier purchased by Southern Baptists is helping make a difference in the work two missionaries with ties to Alabama are doing... [READ MORE]