Women Around the SBC

Every Friday at the SBC Women’s Leadership Network, we like to share recent news that includes Southern Baptist Women. We hope this will serve as a resource to highlight work that is happening across our convention, and show a diverse picture of the ways that many women lead well in our churches, communities, and denomination .

87-year-old pianist achieves dream of publishing song

Baptist Press profiles Wynness Thomas, now the oldest living composer in LifeWay’s digital hymnbook resource. It’s a great story of a contribution in her field and a lifelong dream being fulfilled.

Wife’s support lets bivo planter pastor full-time

This book excerpt published in The Pathway shares the story of April Garner’s support and instrumental role alongside her husband Billy, pastor of The Church of the Rescued and Redeemed in Cape Girardeau, Missouri

TWO WOMEN HONORED FOR INVESTING LIVES TO BUILD NEW GENERATION OF MISSIONARIES

This story in The Alabama Baptist tells of how a Woman’s Missionary Union group surprised two women by honoring their legacies.
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HUNT’S ‘OUT OF EXILE’ TELLS INSPIRING STORY OF WMU PIONEER

A new book by Rosalie Hall Hunt, profiled in The Courier, chronicles the life and contribution of Fannie Heck.

EDITORIAL: Como la Enfermedad me dió una Nueva Perspectiva acerca de la Cruz

This First-Person column from BP’s edition in Spanish shares how an illness gave Yaditza Irizarry a new perspective about the cross.