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MBU Theatre presents “Cotton Patch Gospel” March 3-5

Missouri Baptist University’s theatre department will be performing the greatest story ever retold March 3-5 in the Pillsbury Chapel & Dale Williams Fine Arts Center.  “The Cotton Patch Gospel” is a family-friendly musical based on the book “Cotton Patch Version of … Learn More

MBU trustees pave way for nursing program

Missouri Baptist University’s Board of Trustees expressed its intent to develop a petition for the Missouri State Board of Nursing for a school of nursing. In addition, the board approved funding to hire a director of nursing as part of … Learn More

MBU Art Gallery Features Local Artist Shawn Cornell

MBU’s art gallery is now featuring work from local plein air artist, Shawn Cornell. The artist creates all of his work 100 percent on location with no touch-ups after completion. Plein air painting is about the interaction of the artist … Learn More

MBU Hosts Second Annual Interpersonal Violence Awareness Week

MBU is hosting a series of events beginning Wednesday, Feb. 17 for the second annual Interpersonal Violence Awareness Week (IVAW). The series aims to shine light on issues surrounding the topics of sexual violence, stalking, dating and domestic violence. “Interpersonal Violence Awareness Week … Learn More

Worship Heart & Art Seminar to Feature Rev. Kerry Tillmon

MBU is hosting its annual Worship Heart & Art Seminar, “The Beauty of Holiness & the Tapestry of Worship” on Feb. 18-19 for students, faculty, staff and community members. The purpose of the free event is to equip pastors, worship leaders and … Learn More

MBU Holds Series of Events to Honor Black History Month

Missouri Baptist University will celebrate Black History Month on Feb. 2 with speaker series featuring Dr. James Paine, chief operating officer of Myrtle Hilliard Davis Comprehensive Health Care, and Dr. Bill Leonard, professor of Baptist Studies and Church History at Wake … Learn More

MBU Prepares for Upcoming Production ‘Rumors’

Last week, professional film actor, screenwriter and stage actor Rich Swingle worked with MBU actors in preparation for the upcoming production of “Rumors.” Swingle has been featured in over 21 movies including, “Indescribable” and “A Christmas Snow,” and has performed as … Learn More

St. Louis Police Chief Featured Speaker at MBU Spring Media Talk

St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson will continue the 2015-2016 Missouri Baptist University Media Talk Series as the featured speaker on Feb. 23. The free speaker series event will take place in the Don and Mary Pillsbury Wainwright Performance Hall … Learn More

A Purpose Rekindled

Nika Juricic left her homeland of Croatia to pursue her potential and to contribute to the world. At mbu, her lifelong ambition to make a difference with science is on the cusp of becoming true. Learn More

Our City

Continuing a legacy of light and hope in the city we call home. Once described as the London of the American West, St. Louis has more recently been crowned a city of hope and hurt. St. Louis was filled with … Learn More

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