In this episode, TBMB leaders Randy Davis warns pastors not to be “Old Cowboys,” and give a summary of actions taken by the TBMB Board of Directors. Hint: Baptist Collegiate Ministry is on the march and expanding.
Online video gaming and ministry? Is there such a thing? Yes, and it is becoming a fertile evangelism and ministry opportunity. In this episode of Radio B&R, Pastor Jason Davis discusses how he is using gaming as a tool to reach people for Christ.
BCM minister Mark Whitt discusses culture and the way the college campus of today reflects tomorrow's culture, and the role BCM has in shaping the lives of young adults.
TBMB President and Executive Director Randy C. Davis reflects on the annual Youth Evangelism Conference, TN Baptist Disaster Relief, and Baptist Collegiate Ministries.
Grant Gaines, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Jackson, talks about focusing on evangelism efforts.
In this special edition of Radio B&R, TBMB leader Randy Davis discusses the SBC sexual abuse scandal that broke during the month of February and abortion legislation that is impacting our country and our culture.
Record February rainfalls have caused widespread flooding in Knoxville and the surrounding area, leaving more than 400 people displaced from their homes. Tennessee Baptist Disaster Relief is prepared and responding to the need. Find out how you can help.
TBMB Administrative Director William Maxwell and Childhood Ministry Specialist Vicki Hulsey discuss 12 things churches can do to protect children and others in the church from sexual predators and sexual abuse. The pair also cover the legal responsibilities churches and everyone has when it comes to reporting suspected abuse.
TBMB leader Randy Davis looks back at Jan 2019 to discuss bivocational ministers, Baptist Collegiate Ministries on mission through disaster relief, Cooperative Program and GOTM giving and prayer.
TBMB leader Randy Davis reviews the work of Tennessee Baptists and the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board in this special year-end edition of Radio B&R. Some of his comments on baptisms, giving and disaster relief might surprise you.