By Randy C. Davis President and Executive Director, TBMB I was recently on a swing through southeast Tennessee visiting with pastors and churches when I met a young man named…

By Randy C. Davis President & Executive Director, TBMB How badly are we willing to fight for the next generation? A couple of weeks ago in a retreat I attended…

By Randy C. Davis President & Executive Director, TBMB Our world is an unsettled place. Just look across our state, our country and around the world. We live in days…

By Randy C. Davis, President and Executive Director, TBMB I love being a Tennessee Baptist, and there are countless reasons why, beginning with our rich history and continuing with our…

By Matt Tullos Special Assistant to the Exec. Dir., TBMB It’s that time again when the sun bids us to flee from the status quo and frolic with the family…

By Randy C. Davis President & Executive Director, TBMB Sometimes all people need to press forward is a sliver of hope. Last week we got it. Dr. Rochelle Walensky delivered…

By Randy C. Davis President and Executive Director, TBMB It’s Thursday while I’m writing this and I’m thinking about what Friday represents for the world on this week we recognize…

Racial tensions were high, extremely high. Riots flared and spread across the nation like wildfire. Hundreds of protestors were killed. Lynching was all too common and scarred our society. But…

There are times when the peculiar will cause you to pause and think. For instance, during the first of November, the TBMB received an anonymous donation of two pennies in…

On Sept. 15, 1887, a diminutive woman named Charlotte Digges Moon, known to Southern Baptists as “Lottie,” sat at a rough hewn table in a modest hut in China and…

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