Middle River Baptist Church | 75th Anniversary
MRBC had humble beginnings in the summer of 1943. With the help of Overlea Baptist Church, a small group of believers began a two-week Vacation Bible School which Ivan and Laura Hart led. Ruth
Maryland/Delaware Roundup, September 21, 2020
“Be strong and courageous; don’t be terrified or afraid of them. For the Lord your God is the one who
Meet Andrew
If you are ever in the northeastern part of Maryland, not far from the Delaware state line, you may have an encounter that is common in our community. A young, slender man with curly hair may approach you and extend a half-fisted handshake.
Breathless Conference Welcomes Kim Hardy
The Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware (BCM/D) annual women’s conference, “Breathless,” will run from 9 a.m. to noon on September 19. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the popular event will be on Zoom, offering even more women an opportunity to participate.
Kids Ministry Conference Focuses on Trauma
By Sharon Mager “ReNew” Kids Ministry Conference, from 9 a.m. to noon on September 26, via Zoom, will be chock-full
Baptists Provide DE Tornado Relief
Tropical Storm Isaias slammed into Delaware on August 7 with winds, rain, and a record-breaking 29.2-mile tornado that left a path of devastation of thousands of dollars of property damage, several injuries, and the death of one woman. 
Managing Finances During COVID-19
By Tom Stolle The current global pandemic has wreaked havoc on our personal lives. We have witnessed a shutdown in
Maryland/Delaware Roundup August 13, 2020
Students from Tri-County Baptist Church (TCBC) in Damascus, Maryland, led by Kris Buckman, TCBC director of children's ministry, along with Tom Mullings, a volunteer youth leader, headed to Skycroft Conference Center in early August for a day of missions and fun.
God Builds the Storehouse
The whole world has turned upside down since January. We first heard from President Trump about the COVID-19 virus in a special news release.
FBCT Pastor David Burt Retires
David Burt stepped down from his role as “co-bivocational” pastor of First Baptist Church of Thurmont (FBCT), in Maryland, on July 26. He is transitioning to “semi-retirement.” The church sent David and his wife, Tunnea, off with a farewell picnic.
Maryland/Delaware Roundup, July 30, 2020
“Lord, you have searched me and known me. You know when I sit down and when I stand up; you
Erickson retires as Ledwell is called to Watersedge Church
Members of the historic Watersedge Baptist Church in Dundalk, Maryland, near the Baltimore City line, called Ken Ledwell as pastor. His first official Sunday was July 12. Ledwell formerly served as associate pastor of First Baptist Church of Beltsville (FBCB) in Maryland.