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Highlights from Southeast Asia

Editor’s note: This is the ninth post in a 10-part series that highlights information found in IMB’s Annual Statistical Report. The report is based on 2020 research data. A full copy of the … more

Using the Cultural Platform for Evangelism

Julio Arriola joins hosts Johnny Hunt and Catherine Renfro to talk about his role as the Executive Director of Hispanic Relations and Mobilization for the SBC Executive Committee and how God is … more

Downloadable Tech Backgrounds for November 2021

Remember to pray for missions with these custom backgrounds for your computer and mobile devices. Using IMB photos from around the world, you can focus your attention on an area of the world in … more

Pandemic opens door for outreach in Southeast Asia

In Southeast Asia, communities have been ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic. Household incomes declined along with available jobs and expected revenues. For many families, the goal each day is to … more

First Person: Praying Esperanza finds true Hope

Editor’s note: In June and July 2021, four summer student missionaries served at the Touch of Life Foundation in the Colombian Andean town Bucaramanga. At this facility, Venezuelan refugees … more

Jehová tu Dios estará contigo (The Lord your God will be with you)

Robin Tinley, an IMB worker in South America, and her husband, Paul, have worked for almost 30 years in Venezuela. Currently, they’re ministering in the Venezuelan refugee crisis and to the … more

Highlights from South Asia

Editor’s note: This is the eighth post in a 10-part series that highlights information found in IMB’s Annual Statistical Report. The report is based on 2020 research data. A full copy of the … more

32 conversions catalyze new work in ‘Nazareth of Europe’

Lamar Schubert* entered a house in the Moldovan countryside and found a grandmother who was exhausted from dealing with her unruly granddaughter. She was raising the teen alone and said she was a … more

Baptists respond with compassion, prayer and peacemaking to Nigerian conflicts

Nigeria is increasingly in the news, and not for its tourist attractions. Headlines amplify the spiral of hatred, civil unrest, violence, kidnapping and destruction that is “spinning out of … more

Highlights from Northern Africa and the Middle East

Editor’s note: This is the seventh post in a 10-part series that highlights information found in IMB’s Annual Statistical Report. The report is based on 2020 research data. A full copy of the … more

Send Relief, IMB respond to the Mexico border crisis

As thousands of families are arriving at the U.S. border with Mexico after fleeing their home countries, many are facing devastating economic crises and violent political unrest. Because of the … more

Push Reset: Relaunching Who’s Your One

Hosts Johnny Hunt and Catherine Renfro discuss why churches need to prioritize relaunching their Who’s Your One campaign and what an impact this powerful yet simple approach to evangelism has … more

Church planter’s ministry pivots during height of pandemic

Donning full COVID-19 protective gear – two sets of gloves, a mask, a plastic face shield and a hazmat-style jumpsuit – Rusty Ford, a church planter in Seville, Spain, entered a nursing home … more

Global Hunger Sunday, October 10, 2021

Established in 1978 as the World Hunger Fund, Global Hunger Relief (GHR) is an initiative of the Southern Baptist Convention dedicated to combating hunger and sharing the Bread of Life. … more

LMCO total exceeds goal, reflects commitment to be a Great Commission people

As the International Mission Board closes the 2020-21 financial books, it expects to report a Lottie Moon Christmas Offering® total of $177.6 million. This total includes gifts received for … more

Highlights from Europe

Editor’s note: This is the sixth post in a 10-part series that highlights information found in IMB’s Annual Statistical Report. The report is based on 2020 research data. A full copy of the … more

Lifeway summer camps staffers say experience prepared them for future ministry

Editor’s Note: Students, children, camp staff and adult chaperones participating in Lifeway summer camps this year donated $294,103.50 to the International Mission Board. Read the story here.  … more

Cooperative Program crosses $20 billion in cumulative giving

NASHVILLE (BP) – Since 1925, Southern Baptists have given more than $20 billion through the Cooperative Program to fund its entities and missionaries taking the Gospel throughout the … more

Send Relief helps Southern Baptists care for the vulnerable

God calls local churches to show love and provide tangible support to their communities, and Send Relief is enabling them to do so. A collaboration of the International Mission Board and … more

Medicine on mission: Not one size fits all

John Dina’s job description isn’t medicine as missions, but he sees his work in community development in Mozambique as one way of doing healthcare missions. Dina has spent over 30 years on … more
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