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Bittick marks 25 years with Denton Association_122203

Posted: 12/19/03

Bittick marks 25 years with Denton Association

DENTON--In the modern mobile society, long-term employees are rare. Long-term volunteers may be rarer still, but Janie Bittick has served Denton Baptist Assocition as its associational clerk 25 years.

"I really love it," she said. "Staying after it for 25 years, I've gotten to meet and know a lot of saints--a few sinners, but mostly saints--and they have inspired me greatly on my journey."

The experience also has given her a bit of historical perspective, as far as the work of the association goes.

Baptist Briefs_122203

Posted: 12/19/03

Baptist Briefs

bluebull Johnson leaving WMU. Trudy Johnson, national director of Christian Women's Job Corps through Woman's Missionary Union, has resigned to take a new position at St. Vincent's Hospital in Birmingham, Ala. Debra Berry, adult ministry consultant with WMU, will give interim leadership to the program while a new director is sought.

bluebull Southwestern awards degrees. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary awarded 274 degrees Dec. 12 in winter commencement ceremonies at Travis Avenue Baptist Church in Fort Worth.

bluebull CBF offers kids' camps. The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship will partner with Passport to offer camps for children completing third through sixth grade under a new program called PASSPORTkids. The camps will be directed by veteran children's minister Mark McClintock, who recently left the staff of Seventh & James Baptist Church in Waco. For 2004, camps will be held in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Missouri. The four-day camps run from mid-June through the end of July. For more information, visit www.passport-kids.org.

Richardson church touches world with internship_122203

Posted: 12/19/03

Richardson church touches world with internships

By Marv Knox

Editor

RICHARDSON--Someday, a parents' night out ministry in Texas may touch families in Britain. And a class for Spanish-speaking immigrants in Richardson may lead Pakistanis to Christ in Birmingham, England.

Canton children make a market for missions lesson_122203

Posted: 12/19/03

Canton children make a market for missions lesson

By Orville Scott

Texas Baptist Communications

CANTON--Fifth-grader Preston Hutcherson of First Baptist Church in Canton read about an idea for a prayerwalk in conjunction with the Lottie Moon Offering for international missions.

Members of the fourth-grade Sunday School class shown with teacher Jan Longenecker are Brittany Arnold, Caroline Giles, Kelsey Koym and Dylan Cleere.

Three schools claim part of B.H. Carroll's legacy_122203

Posted: 12/19/03

Three schools claim part of B.H. Carroll's legacy

By Ken Camp

Texas Baptist Communications

Three drastically different ministerial training schools in Texas now claim to be in the tradition of B.H. Carroll, a towering figure in Baptist life in the late 19th century and early 20th century.

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