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December 2016 Issue

God’s Word shows us why giving together makes sense—and, even more, how giving in your church is resounding to God’s glory around the world.
We can witness with great assurance that His Word will not return void; it will accomplish what He pleases.
December 4–11
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.
“When man works, man works. But when man prays, God works,” David Choi, pastor of Church of the Beloved in Chicago, told participants during a prayer gathering at Broadview Missionary Baptist Church in the Chicago suburbs.
During the month of January, set aside at least one hour for focused prayer using the 10-20-30 prayer model.
Arlington had changed dramatically, but Fielder Church was still white—and declining. The pastor knew the church had to change as well, if it was going to survive.
Community Baptist Church in Maylene, Alabama, is served by a full complement of six bivocational leaders to minister to the congregation, to the larger community, and to each of the bivocational leaders’ workplaces.
Agape House is one of thousands of pro-life organizations throughout the country on the front lines of elevating the sanctity of human life.
SBC LIFE invited SBC President Steve Gaines to share his vision for the SBC annual meeting to be held in Phoenix, Arizona, June 13–14, 2017.
Union University has planned a series of events to celebrate the momentous day that launched the Protestant Reformation.
Cooperative Program giving has a direct impact on our ability as Southern Baptists to reach our states and the nations for Christ.
Turning our eyes toward God and off of others brings us a fresh assurance of His presence and eternal graces toward those who trust Him and seek to live in His sanctuary.