By Randy C. Davis President & Executive Director, TBMB Ever been to Disney World? Surely you have. Virtually everyone has gone at some point. One of the highlights for me…

By Matt Tullos Special Assistant to the Exec. Dir., TBMB Jeff, a young entrepreneur, reluctantly accepted the call of deacon. He said, “I don’t think I am qualified, I don’t…

By Randy C. Davis President and Executive Director, TBMB Do you see the children? Sure, we see our own children and we often see other people’s children, especially in restaurants…

Dear Tennessee Baptists, Every personality profile evaluation I have ever taken identifies a particular character trait that is confirmed by my wife, family, friends, everyone I’ve worked with and by…

It is a heavy blow when God determines to bring to light that which is hidden in the shadows. Sometimes the Body of Christ must bear the weight of His…

The most gut-wrenching and soul-devastating site in the world is seeing women militantly demanding the right to kill their unborn babies. I was reminded of this last week when I…

I always love going home. The beauty astounds me. I grew up on the Alabama Gulf Coast and love it. But it’s a little more than just loving it, it’s in…

I’ve got an old black and white photo of my father-in-law, Wilkerson V. Jones, standing next to Babe Ruth, one of baseball’s greatest players. Ruth of course, went on to…

On Feb. 18, 1952, the S.S. Pendleton was caught in a brutal winter storm generating 60-foot waves that slammed into the 500-foot tanker. The seas became so intense that it…

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Wilkerson V. Jones would’ve turned 100 this coming July 4th. He was well known all over Mobile, Ala. It seemed as if he knew everybody and everybody knew him. He is…

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