One of the first two cards featured Marie Buhlmaier, a missionary to immigrants in Baltimore whose position and salary had been negotiated with the Home Mission Board by Annie Armstrong.
What does HMB stand for?
HMB stands for Home Mission Board (religion)
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We have 52 other meanings of HMB in our Acronym Attic
- Hawkeye Marching Band (University of Iowa)
- Heat and Mass Balance (engineering)
- Heat and Material Balance
- Heavy Menstrual Bleeding (feminine disorder)
- Here's My Buck
- High Mobility Group
- His Majesty's Bark (British Royal Navy)
- Hit Me Back
- Hold Me Back
- Hold My Beer
- Home Mortgage Bank (various locations)
- Horwood Marcus Berk (law firm; Chicago, IL)
- Hungry March Band
- Husky Marching Band (University of Washington, Seattle, WA)
- Hypersensitivity to Mosquito Bite
- Metabolite ß-Hydroxy ß-Methylbutyrate Monohydrate (branched-chain amino acid)
- 3-Hydroxy-2-Methylbutanoic Acid (urinary metabolite)
- Hexamethylene Bisacetamide (chemical compound)
- High Molecular Weight Basic Allergen (immunology)
- Hoosier Mountain Bike Association (Indiana)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Tichenor was clearly, as Williams argues, an advocate for the New South and organized both the future Auburn University and the Home Mission Board along New South principles.
9) The Home Mission Board (HMB) established its first center in New Orleans in 1919.
[became] dearer to the hearts of the women," (29) supporting causes for which the denomination's Home Mission Board (HMB) and Foreign Mission Board (FMB) would otherwise be unable to provide-and that the women themselves usually selected.
Marvin Heard were then appointed as part-time missionaries by the Home Mission Board and served for seven years.
In subsequent chapters, Merritt discussed the impact of the takeover, the changes in Foreign and Home Mission Boards, the rise of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, and the (non) apology to the missionaries.