Pastor/farmer to take Baptists’ First Amendment commitments to Va. legislature

Shelton Miles will advocate on behalf of the BGAV’s religious liberty committee.

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In the 1930s, camp director Myrtle “Mother” Hazelgrove woke campers each morning with a bugle blast. (Photo courtesy of Camp Alkulana)
In the 1930s, camp director Myrtle “Mother” Hazelgrove woke campers each morning with a bugle blast. (Photo courtesy of Camp Alkulana)

For 100 summers Baptist camp has helped at-risk children

Virginia’s Camp Alkulana has welcomed inner-city Richmonders to its Allegheny facilities since 1915.

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New partnership pact means more funds for CBF of Virginia

The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship will expand its footprint in Virginia under a new funding agreement with CBF national.

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The Hampton Roads Convention Center will be the site of this month’s annual BGAV meeting, at which Ann Brown will be nominated for president.
The Hampton Roads Convention Center will be the site of this month’s annual BGAV meeting, at which Ann Brown will be nominated for president.

Mission activist Ann Brown to be nominated as BGAV president

The former WMUV president will be on the ballot at the Baptist General Association of Virginia’s annual meeting in November.

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BGAV moves closer to far-reaching governance shift

A committee’s action revises governing documents in preparation for final consideration this fall.

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The staff of the Virginia prison chaplain service celebrates the announcement of its new name.
The staff of the Virginia prison chaplain service celebrates the announcement of its new name.

Virginia’s prison chaplain service adopts new name

GraceInside describes what the nearly century-old ecumenical organization does, says its president.

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New Baptist collegiate ministers assume roles at Virginia campuses

The schools include two of the state’s largest and one of its oldest.

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Pastor charts course from borderline student to prolific author

Now retired, Bill Tuck recalls multiple pastorates, academic distinctions and almost 30 books.

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Randall Robinson to retire as CEO of Virginia Baptist Homes

Robinson has held the position for more than 20 years.

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On the improv circuit, comedian finds a ready audience for the gospel

After gigs in radio and professional wrestling, Dave Ebert, a graduate of Baptist-affiliated Bluefield College, found his purpose on stage.

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