Johnny Rumbough, director of missions for Lexington Baptist Association, has also begun service as interim lead pastor of Pelion Baptist Church in the association. He began his work at Pelion Jan. 28.
Cameron Wooten has been called as mission ministries consultant for Spartanburg County Baptist Network. A Simpsonville native, he is a graduate of North Greenville University and holds dual master’s degrees (church planting and intercultural studies), along with a doctor of ministry degree, from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Lynn, have two daughters.
Most church leaders believe their financial contributions to local Baptist associations are “a good kingdom investment” while others are struggling to see their relevancy, according to findings from a national survey released July 31. “When asked to describe the most exciting aspect of their local Baptist association, the most popular answer among church leaders was […]
Darlington Raceway Ministries, in cooperation with the Welsh Neck Baptist Association, will sponsor “Bring-A-Kid” to the Sept. 2 NASCAR Infinity 200 race. According to Welsh Neck director of missions David Worthington, this year’s event will feature professional NASCAR driver Michael McDowell, who will share his testimony at the pre-race rally beginning at 11 a.m. The […]
George Bullard, former staff member of the South Carolina Baptist Convention, was elected unanimously as director of missions for Columbia-Metro Baptist Association on June 29. From 1985 to 1999, he served as missions director and later led the state convention’s strategic development and growth teams. From 1981 to 1985, he worked with the Metropolitan Missions […]
Palmetto Baptist Association hosted a Missions Expo on May 21 at Whitefield Baptist Church in Belton. The meeting featured a message by a former missionary to Eastern Europe and displays from South Carolina Baptist Convention ministry partners and organizations. Mike Baker is director of missions for Palmetto Association.
Heading to the Carolina coast this summer for vacation and interested in a missions opportunity? Martha Bullard has just the job for you. This summer, as she has for the past eight years, Bullard, along with volunteers from churches of the Waccamaw Baptist Association, will be manning a “sunburn trailer” at Surfside Beach. Volunteers will […]
She did not plan on being a pastor’s wife, but after five years of marriage and two children, things changed. Margaret Robertson not only embraced her calling, she consistently reminded people that God is faithful. Her husband, Ted, sensed the call of God to vocational ministry and began studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in […]
Writer: Karen Hulvey, Columbia Metro Baptist Association By formal proclamation of the mayor, March 24 was William P. Dieckmann Day in the city of Columbia. It was the day Columbia Metro Baptist Association celebrated Dieckmann’s retirement after 40 years of ministry, including 28 years at the association, the last 13 years as director of missions. The day […]
Spartanburg County has long been one of South Carolina’s most ethnically diverse areas of the state. Going back to the 1950s, it has been a place where people from around the world moved or resettled for work or education. About 70 countries are represented in Spartanburg County, where international businesses (including Swiss and German textile […]