GALLATIN, TN—Welch College Vice President for Financial Affairs, Craig Mahler, recently announced upcoming staffing changes in the Business Office. Jill Ketteman, who has served at the college nearly twenty years will retire on August 3. Additionally, Leigh Ann Smith recently announced her departure effective August 8. Jill Ketteman, who is a Welch graduate, currently servesContinue reading “Welch College Business Office Experiences Staffing Changes”
Antioch, TN—Delegates to the 82nd session of the National Association of Free Will Baptists voted in favor of changing the Mission’s legal name from the Board of International Missions of the National Association of Free Will Baptists, Inc. to a succinct IM, Inc. on Wednesday, July 25. “Our name does not change us as a Mission one iota,” stressedContinue reading “National Association Adopts Mission Name Change”
Antioch, TN—Delegates to the 82nd session of the National Association of Free Will Baptists elected members to the Board of Free Will Baptist International Missions following General Director Clint Morgan’s report on Wednesday, July 25. Delegates reelected Mark Price (Ohio) and Robert Posner (Texas) to another six-year term. Danny Gasperson (North Carolina) replaced Nelson HendersonContinue reading “New IM Board Member Elected at Convention”
Antioch, TN—Paul Wilton Robinson, pioneer missionary to Uruguay, entered his heavenly home around 11:00 p.m., Sunday, August 19, 2018. Transported from his home in Smithville, Tennessee, to Vanderbilt Veterans Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee, following a fall on Saturday, the 93-year-old died of cardiac arrest.
GALLATIN, TN—Welch College has an opening for a full-time accounting employee in the Business Office according to Craig Mahler, vice president for financial affairs. The position requires intermediate computer and strong interpersonal skills, and ability to manage details well. Ideal candidates will have a background in higher education. “This is an important hire for the collegeContinue reading “Welch College Accountant Opening in Business Office”
At the conclusion of his report to delegates at the 2018 national convention, Executive Secretary Keith Burden announced his retirement, effective December 31, 2019. Burden’s successor will be elected during the 2019 convention in Cincinnati, Ohio. Moderator Tim York announced the following procedure for selecting a new executive secretary: The Executive Committee is charged withContinue reading “Executive Committee Requests Recommendations”
by Kathy Halbrook Fellowship WAC and Tomball WAC had the privilege of hearing Amanda Simmons share about their work with the Samburu people in Barsalinga, Kenya. The Simmons are in the States for a short visit with family and were in the Tomball area visiting Eddy’s parents. We learned so much! The Samburu are nomadicContinue reading “Missionaries to Kenya Visit Texas Churches”
We are honored to be able to serve our Lord and to serve our community, and we want to share in this brief video all that your prayers and support have enabled us to do. Thank you for being a huge part of that process here in north Houston. Please remember to pray for God to continue to bless this ministry with souls and opportunites to serve.
by Mitzi Burks As the summer winds down, we want to share some things that have happened as well as something exciting that is coming up soon! TWAC expresses our appreciation to Pine Prairie Free Will Baptist Church & Brother Michael Hunt for being such a gracious host for our State Meeting, for the wonderfulContinue reading “TWAC Highlights”