Baugh, former president of the Eula Mae and John Baugh Foundation and a benefactor of progressive Baptist ministries and movements around the world, died June 14 in San Antonio after battling Parkinson’s disease. She was 78.
Molly T. Marshall has stepped down from the presidency of Central Baptist Theological Seminary months ahead of her previously announced summer retirement.
Trustees of Central Baptist Theological Seminary have selected Pamela R. Durso, a Baptist historian who for the last 11 years has led Baptist Women in Ministry, to succeed Molly T. Marshall as president of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship-affiliated school in Shawnee, Kansas.
“The paschal mystery is that through dying comes new life. Resurrection life always takes on new form, and Central knows that well.”
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It is one of nearly $70 million in grants to 78 organizations across the United States recently announced as part of Lilly’s Thriving in Ministry initiative to help clergy thrive as pastoral leaders so they can lead the congregations they serve more effectively.
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