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Through Christ-centered ministries spread across the US, BCCF members promote and advocate for children, families, and the aging while championing the sanctity of life at every point.
Children in unsafe, vulnerable, voiceless situations are on the rise. How can Southern Baptists make a difference with so many children in need?
Army chaplains meet the unique needs of soldiers by training, serving, and living alongside them.
For one Army chaplain, his calling did not come in the form of a thunderous voice or dramatic event. It came when he opened the local classified section.
Disaster Relief teams from many states have responded or are ready to respond to hurricanes and wildfires throughout the US.
Standing Together: Children’s Homes Minister in Jesus’ Name by Kyle Luke and Jim Edminson; A Coalition Of Care for Children by David Melber.

For fifty years, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) has demonstrated Christ’s love in a tangible way to a watching world.

What started with a group of Texas Baptists assisting victims of Hurricane Beulah in 1967 has grown to be one of the three largest relief organization in the US. Each year, thousands of SBDR volunteers respond to disasters all over the country, meeting the physical and spiritual needs of those affected by hurricanes, tornados, flooding, fires, and more.

SBDR’s work is recognized nationally and internationally, having been featured in news outlets such as the New York Times, the Washington Post, Fox News, and numerous local newspapers and television stations around the country. In 2016, the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, an organization that helps coordinate relief efforts among various governmental, private sector, and nonprofit groups, presented SBDR with its National Member of the Year award.

These photographs celebrate fifty years of preparing meals, repairing roofs, providing childcare, removing debris, washing clothes, rebuilding homes, starting conversations, sharing the ...

Because of assistance through Southern Baptists’ Global Hunger Relief and Baptist Global Response, families in famine-stricken Lesotho have food to eat.
The North American Mission Board will launch Send Relief, its new compassion ministry, during Monday’s Send Luncheon held during the SBC Pastors’ Conference.