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From the beginning of Southern Baptist work in Arizona, innovation has been the rule of the day.
An interim pastor told the dwindling, aging congregation he was to help “transition,” that First Baptist Church of Affton was on its death journey. But the church did die—intentionally—and on Easter, a new church was born.
A quiz on immigration facts.
When Syrian refugee Mohammad heard the choir sing at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church in Marietta, Georgia, he remarked, “I don’t know if I believe what they say, but they sure do have a lot of joy.”
Despite the legal battle Texas leaders wage with the federal government over the resettlement of Syrian refugees, many Baptists retain their tireless commitment to share the Gospel with their Muslim neighbors.
Baptist Student Ministry is an effective platform to gain access to college students who need the Gospel.
I really don’t know where I’d be—or who I’d be—if God hadn’t brought me to the Baptist Campus Ministry at Syracuse.
For a week of summer camp in a retreat setting, students escape struggles back home for a time of recreation, missions, fellowship, worship, Bible study, and reflection.
This summer, Richardsville Baptist Church announced some joyful news on their sign outside the church building: “18 souls saved during VBS.”
At Lihue Baptist Church, Vacation Bible School is not just a crazy, hectic week marking the busiest days of summer, but the touchstone of their evangelism efforts on the island of Kauai.