Baptist & Reflector
FRANKLIN — For several years the Tennessee Baptist Convention has been recognizing “people in the pews” who are getting outside the walls of their church and making a Great Commission impact through the “Eagle Award.”
In the past the convention has honored coaches, a businessman and a military veteran, said Randy C. Davis, president and executive director of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board.
This year the convention is recognizing Jason Little, a layman from Germantown Baptist Church, Germantown, and president and chief executive office of Baptist Memorial Health Care in Memphis, he announced during the Virtual Summit on Nov. 10.
Davis said that while they could not give an award to every health care professional in Tennessee Baptist churches they selected Little to represent those in the medical profession who have been on the frontlines during the worldwide pandemic. [Read more…]