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Your prayers and gifts to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering will help the Gospel continue to resound throughout the nations as you send and sustain missionaries and their work.
It’s no secret that the past few months have been tough for the International Mission Board family.
We are headed to a small town—I would tell you the exact location but can’t for security reasons. The plan is to interact with workers we support and local partners working with families who have fled their homes.
Week of Prayer is an opportunity for churches to join in prayer for the work of missionaries they send to proclaim the glory of God to the nations.
As Southern Baptists seek to discern the magnitude and urgency of the current IMB financial crisis, I would like to share some thoughts as a former IMB missionary and current missions professor.
International Mission Board leaders have outlined a plan to address IMB’s revenue shortfalls and complete a reset of the organization in order to move forward into the future with “innovative vision, wise stewardship, and high accountability.”
The International Mission Board released a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) with extended information about budget adjustments announced August 27 by the mission board.
In order to get the Gospel to people all over the planet on time, the IMB is focused on exalting Christ, mobilizing Christians, serving the church, and completing the Great Commission.
They are the forgotten people. The individuals you might not even notice if you passed them on the street.
From a song stage in Sweden to pregnancy health classes in Southeast Asia, IMB missionaries find creative and effective ways to make disciples as they meet people where they are.
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