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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.
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.
Southern Baptist Child Care ministries “have been very productive in the vital work of creating faith-based community counseling centers.”
A church in New Mexico helps to meet a need in its community with the help of Global Hunger Relief funds.
A simple formula distribution project like this saves lives in sub-Saharan Africa.
Southern Baptist churches of various sizes and in various settings are feeding the hungry in the United States.
On World Hunger Sunday, October 12, Southern Baptist congregations will address the hunger crisis across North America and around the world by focusing on the theme “Hunger Happens Everywhere.”
On December 19, the executive editor of SBC LIFE was privileged to interview the commandants of the Army, Navy, and Air Force chaplaincy training centers and four other army chaplains stationed at the Armed Forces Chaplaincy Training Center located at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.
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