The implosion…will be the first major implosion in Nashville in more than 30 years.
“There are so many people involved in this process who are still with us.”
“This wonderful foundation provides Georgia Baptists and others with the funds to minister to the health needs of communities…”
Emir Caner, president of Truett-McConnell, said this year’s graduating class would be the largest in the school’s history with 136 graduates.
“This property is not just a location – it’s a new community in which we can invest ourselves for the future.”
Georgia Baptists are reinventing themselves with a new focus, a new organizational structure, and a new name that better communicates their mission and identity. The new direction was rolled out to state missionaries on Sept. 14 at the Baptist Missions and Ministry Center in Duluth and shared with the Executive Committee on Sept. 15. The […]