Do YOU real like Camp Garwood??

I am sure the answer to this questions is a resounding YES! for most of us. We like the beautiful setting and the green grass
and trees, the fresh air, the upgraded dorms, and cool, spacious dinning hall and kitchen and all the other great things that
make up Camp Garwood, not to mention the great fellowship, activities, and worship services that are ours to enjoy!

But are we doing our part in making sure things are ready when Camp Week arrives? It takes a lot of work to keep up the grounds and buildings and each of us that are able should help keep them in good condition. Contact Bro. Chris to see what needs to be done and to arrange a time for you to get a group together to go to Camp and help in the preparation that is taking place in the next few weeks before Camp. Thanks for helping! Contact Chris!

Recent Articles

  • How Can A Christian Know When He is Doing God’s Will?
    Posted by Brad Miller

    Colossians 3:15 And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to the which also ye are called in one body; and be ye thankful. The answer is the peace of God in the heart and in the church. When a believer loses his inner peace he knows he has in some way disobeyed God. Paul encourages the believer to “Let the peace of God rule in your hearts.”... read more...

  • National WMA News
    Posted by Brad Miller

    Women’s Missionary Auxiliary President Ruby Poteet reported that there were 141 messengers and 40 visitors present for their annual meeting on Tuesday. The program included a devotional by National Miss GMA and Amanda Hall, and prayer by National Junior Miss GMA Lydia Dunlap. Dr. Ralph Izard, director of Baptist Medical Missions International, encouraged... read more...

  • May 2016 – Assistant Mission Director’s Report
    Posted by Brad Miller

    I was physically unable to attend the National Association this year but rejoice in the good reports I am hearing about the meeting. I hope you enjoy reading the report of the National Meeting that fellow editor Don Brown of Mississippi has shared with us. Excitement is building as we approach our Missions Symposium and Midyear meeting later this... read more...

  • Faithful Servant, Son, Husband, Father, and Friend called Home
    Posted by Brad Miller

    Lanny Dale May son of Juanita Lanham May and Larry Earl May Sr. was born in Salem, Missouri, on January 1, 1984. He departed this life in Shannon County, Missouri, on March 18, 2016, at the age of 32. On September 21, 2002 in Salem, Missouri, Lanny was united in marriage to Dottie Burgdorf and to this loving union four children were born. Lanny was... read more...

  • Reaching Muslims through LifeWord Community Radio
    Posted by Brad Miller

    In 2003 after years on the run, a prominent Muslim soldier, Emir Hashim (not his real name), surrendered himself, his band of renegades and his firearms to the government (country withheld for security purposes), all for enough money to live peacefully in an area that is a Muslim stronghold. Prior to the surrender, they were made to understand that... read more...

  • April 2016 – Assistant Mission Director’s Report
    Posted by Brad Miller

    I have two SPECIAL REMINDERS for our readers this month. The fist concerns our Mission Symposium and Mid-Year Meeting that will be May 20-21 at Stony Point Baptist Church at Mineral Point, near Potosi. I encourage everyone to attend the symposium on Friday evening starting at 6;00 p.m. Our guest speaker, Bro. Jeff Swart will bless and challenge us with... read more...

  • Some Thoughts Concerning Prayer
    Posted by Brad Miller

    When considering the nature of God’s providence and our role in prayer we are faced with the question of what prayer really accomplishes. If prayer has any effect on what happens, then it would seem that God’s plan is not fied in the fist place. The other side is, if God’s plan is established and He will do what He is going to do, does it really... read more...

  • Great News! Minister’s Wives & Widows Lunch
    Posted by Brad Miller

    I just finished talking with the catering manager at the Gatlinburg Convention Center and he has lowered the price of a lunch that I think we can work with!! Just a little review – last year I stepped out on faith and planned this. We served 70 ladies and they all seemed to enjoy and appreciate the special recognition. The National WMA is the... read more...

  • February 2016 – Assistant Mission Director’s Report
    Posted by Brad Miller

    It was a joy to have the opportunity to preach at three churches in January. Mary and I were with Lindsay Lane Baptist Church in Florissant January 3rd and enjoyed seeing their progress and strength even though they are without a pastor. I had preach there a couple of times last year and their numbers have not diminished, but grown because of the faithfulness... read more...

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