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Judge rules in favor of MBC in Baptist Home, MBU caseJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (BP) -- A specially-appointed judge has ordered The Baptist Home and Missouri Baptist University to seat trustees elected by the Missouri Baptist Convention. If the ruling stands, the two organizations would resume operating under convention-approved charters and boards for the first time since 2001.
In an 86-page opinion signed Sept. 27, Special Judge Karl DeMarce held that trustees of the Baptist Home and MBU violated Missouri law when they cut off the MBC's rights in 2000 and 2001, respectively. Both charters required MBC messengers to approve any changes. Once final, the court's order voids any unapproved amendments, reinstates the MBC's rights, and returns the entities to the MBC. Read More
MBC calls on court for restorationJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (BP) -- The Missouri Baptist Convention has asked the Circuit Court of Cole County to restore The Baptist Home and Missouri Baptist University to the MBC family.
The Baptist Home, a three-campus senior adult residential ministry, broke away from the convention in September 2000, declaring its board of trustees to be independent and self-perpetuating. In August 2001, Missouri Baptist University (MBU), a four-year college in Clayton, Mo., took the same action, amending its charter to remove all ties to the MBC. Read More
Mo. Supreme Court returns entity to state conventionJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (BP) -- The Missouri Baptist Foundation is coming home to the Missouri Baptist Convention.
The Missouri Supreme Court declined Tuesday (Sept. 20) to hear the foundation's appeal of an appeals court decision ordering its return to governance by convention-elected trustees. Read More
Missouri Baptist Foundation appeal turned down
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (BP) -- The Missouri Court of Appeals has denied a motion by the Missouri Baptist Foundation to reconsider its ruling that the foundation return trustee governance to the Missouri Baptist Convention.
The July 5 ruling affirmed a unanimous three-judge panel's ruling May 24 to return the foundation to the Missouri convention after 15 years of control by a self-appointed, self-perpetuating board. The foundation motion asked for a rehearing before all 11 judges of the Western District Court of Appeals in Kansas City. Read More
Mo. appeals court orders foundation's return
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) -- The Missouri Baptist Convention's governance of the Missouri Baptist Foundation must be restored, the Missouri Court of Appeals -- Western District ruled May 24.
The decision is among an array of court proceedings stemming from actions by breakaway trustees of the foundation, with $150 million in assets, and four other Missouri Baptist Convention entities in 2000-2001. Read More