Last year, after accepting the nomination for presidency of the SBC, I laid out my prayers for our Convention. One year in, as we assemble for our annual meeting in Birmingham, I am just as excited to see God moving in every one of these areas.
“We serve a God who laid down his life to protect the vulnerable. How dare we proclaim that Gospel with our mouths and turn a blind eye when the vulnerable in our midst cry out for help?”
There is nothing more powerful than the words of Jesus Christ: LOVE ONE ANOTHER.
The North American Mission Board launched the Who’s Your One? evangelism initiative on February 26 as part of an effort to encourage Southern Baptists to engage people with Gospel conversations throughout the year.
"I am pleased to announce this outstanding group of Southern Baptists."
We are true and loyal helpers to our denomination, committed to making Christ known among the nations.
Cascading goals at Shades Mountain Baptist Church in greater Birmingham have coalesced into what has become a redemptive river of Gospel missions.
Sixth Avenue Baptist Church, the largest black church in Birmingham, is known for its historic and contemporary influence in the greater Birmingham area.
At the same time Birmingham Metro Baptist Association has been developing racial inclusion, it’s been expanding the ministries of the 126 churches under its fellowship umbrella.
The churches that network together to support the mission and ministries of the Southern Baptist Convention voluntarily choose to cooperate with one another.
Pillar Church of 29 Palms, California, is a new Southern Baptist church plant specifically reaching out to Marines.
Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Bill Draper won his way into the hearts of the information technology soldiers of Cyber Shield 19.
Members of a Southern Baptist church in Ohio never expected to witness the suffering of refugees firsthand.
Relief workers and missionaries around the world often use Global Hunger Relief funds to meet needs in unique ways.
People today seem to value being honest and authentic above all else. I am concerned, however, about unintended consequences.
“When we get old, God looks after us and takes care of us and not just in the big things. It’s also in the small ways that we don’t always realize.”
Southern Baptist publications across the nation will have their day, July 28.
Go2 is a mobilization strategy in partnership with J. D. Greear, NAMB, and IMB encouraging recent college graduates to spend their first two years after college on mission.