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Dr. Mike Carrigan, a physician in Clarksville who is a member of First Baptist Church, Clarksville, reviews a chart of a patient as nurses help her at the Send Relief medical/dental mobile clinic of the North American Mission Board on June 11 in Ferguson, Mo. — Photo by Bill Graham

TENNESSEANS SERVE FERGUSON RESIDENTS

By Connie Davis Bushey News Editor, Baptist and Reflector CLARKSVILLE — Racial animus in Ferguson, Mo., was long forgotten as African Americans and Anglos enjoyed a block party prior to the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in nearby St. Louis, and some Tennessee Baptists were a key part. Medical professionals mainly from First Baptist Church, Clarksville, … [Read More...]

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By Al R. Hodges Retired IMB Missionary Focal Passage: 1 Samuel 12:12-22 Do you fear the Lord? A healthy respect for our Creator is a good thing which … [Read More...]

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STUDY: UNCHURCHED WILL TALK ABOUT FAITH

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LEADERS Mike Kemper, director of missions, Lawrence County Baptist Association, based in Leoma, will retire July 31 and he and Kathy, his wife, will be thanked on July 24 at Leoma Baptist Church, Leoma, from 2-4 p.m. Kemper has served the association for … [Read More...]

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THOM TAPP, RETIRED MINISTER, CARTOONIST, DIES

By Connie Davis Bushey News Editor, Baptist and Reflector KINGSTON -- Thomas “Thom” Tapp, 65, retired pastor and cartoonist, died June 11 in Kingston. His cartoons were published for many years in the Baptist and Reflector and are still featured on Baptist … [Read More...]