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Afghan outreach signals need for expertise, resources

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (BP)--Iraq may dominate the headlines, but Afghanistan is very much on the hearts of one group seeking to help Afghans create a new future for their country.

New missions website answers questions about people groups

RICHMOND, Va. (BP)--Ever wondered how far the Gospel has advanced among a particular people group? Ever wondered which people groups are the least evangelized? Ever wondered what a "people group" is?

Missionary laid to rest in Alaska, co-workers in Ghana mourn loss

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (BP)--Janette Yvonne Shackles, the Southern Baptist missionary physician killed in a June 9 traffic accident in Ghana, was laid to rest June 19 at University Baptist Church in Fairbanks, Alaska.

‘God-sized’ Iraq medical project prompts church to seek partners

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (BP)--One church in the Memphis area is working to meet medical needs in Iraq by assembling kits that will help improve the health of thousands of Iraqi families.

God multiplies Iraq food project beyond church’s wildest imagination

FARGO, N.D. (BP)--When Temple Baptist Church heard the International Mission Board was sending boxes of food to hungry families in Iraq, they wanted to help. The 100-member Fargo, N.D., congregation decided they could manage to assemble 25 boxes of food.

Chinese who haven’t heard Gospel focus of June 8 prayer intercession

RICHMOND, Va. (BP)--On June 8, Southern Baptists will take on an enormous task: praying and fasting for the more than 1 billion Chinese who have yet to hear of the love and saving power of Jesus Christ.

Food boxes ‘show God’s love’ to hungry Iraqis, church members say

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Volunteers load boxes of food headed for hungry families in Iraq onto a trailer at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church in Colonial Heights, Va., May 10. Photo by Roy M. Burroughs
COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Va. (BP)--The war in Iraq may be over, but the relief effort is just beginning. One of the major needs is hunger and Southern Baptist churches are assembling food boxes to help.
      Mount Pleasant Baptist Church of Colonial Heights, Va., volunteered to be one of seven collection points for food boxes prepared by churches in the state.
      The congregation has been busy receiving and filling a semi-trailer with boxes donated from around the area. Once the trailer is full, it will be taken to another location, its contents loaded into a shipping container with boxes from other states, and shipped to Iraq.