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Arkansas church members partner with IMB field personnel whose lives are spent sharing Jesus with those who have little to nothing.
A Kentucky church plant is helping newcomers to America transition to new lives that the church hopes will include serving Christ.
Each year, PrayerLink—a collaborative network of prayer leaders representing SBC entities, state conventions, and other groups in Southern Baptist life—hosts a bus tour of local area ministries to foster a Great Commission mindset.
Refugees from all over the world, speaking two hundred or more languages, flooding to the Triangle area of Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill, North Carolina, find in The Point International a place they belong, together.
At Refuge, immigrants and refugees find a caring community of Christians who help to welcome them into life in the United States.
Presenting the Gospel and ministering to displaced persons, immigrants, and other downtrodden peoples, both internationally and in the United States, has been a significant piece of this evangelistic passion in the seven decades since World War II.
The seminar introduced tools and strategies that churches and individuals can use to more intentionally reach their international neighbors.
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.