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El énfasis de NAMB en la plantación de iglesias hispanas para atender las necesidades del 2021

NASHVILLE (BP) – En el transcurso de la próxima década, las proyecciones demográficas estiman que la población hispana aumentará en un 30%, desde los 57 millones en el 2016 hasta los 74 millones de personas en el 2030. Al reconocer estos cambios demográficos, la Junta de Misiones Norteamericanas (NAMB) pondrá énfasis en la plantación de iglesias hispanas a partir del 2021.

NAMB to emphasize Hispanic church planting in 2021

NASHVILLE (BP) – Over the course of the next decade, demographic projections estimate the Hispanic population will increase by 30 percent, up from the 2016 figure of 57 million to 74 million people by 2030. In recognizing these demographic shifts, the North American Mission Board (NAMB) will emphasize Hispanic church planting starting in 2021.

NAMB selects Paul Worcester to lead national collegiate evangelism effort

ALPHARETTA, Ga. – The North American Mission Board (NAMB) has selected Paul Worcester as its National Director of Collegiate Evangelism. Worcester will catalyze collegiate evangelism through church-based and on-campus ministries, working with churches and other Southern Baptist partners to reach college students.

Ezell: ‘Greatest Annie Offering ever’ despite steep decline

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) – On Monday (Oct. 5), the North American Mission Board (NAMB) announced the 2020 total for the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering (AAEO) for North American missions. Southern Baptists gave $49.3 million in a year when the COVID-19 pandemic created numerous challenges for churches across the nation.

NAMB, Canadian Baptists partner to endorse chaplains in Canadian Armed Forces

ALPHARETTA, Ga. – During an upcoming meeting of the North American Mission Board (NAMB) trustees, the Chaplain Commission that oversees the endorsement of Southern Baptist chaplains is expected to endorse the first Canadian National Baptist Convention (CNBC) chaplain who currently serves in the Canadian Armed Forces.

70 years on, impact of key Korean War milestones lingers

ALPHARETTA, Ga. – When Charles Fowler received his orders to go to Korea in the summer of 1950, he did not fully understand why he was going to fight other than knowing that North Korean forces had invaded South Korea and nearly taken the entire peninsula.

Southern Baptists near 500K meals prepared during hurricane response

PENSACOLA, Fla. (BP) – Every year, the World Meteorological Organization maintains a list of 21 official names for major storms that originate in the Atlantic. In 2020, the season has been so active that they have had to turn to the Greek alphabet for names, including Tropical Storm Beta, which hit the Texas Gulf Coast Sept. 21.

Global Hunger Relief apoya a los ministerios bautistas del sur que pelean contra el hambre a nivel mundial

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) – Mientras la COVID-19 viaja por todo el planeta ha creado una crisis alimenticia en gran parte del mundo en desarrollo. La propagación de la enfermedad y los consiguientes encierros afectaron la cadena de abastecimiento, así como el apoyo humanitario, según reportó WORLD Magazine.

Southern Baptists prepare Hurricane Sally response, serve disaster survivors coast-to-coast

PENSACOLA, Fla. (BP) – As Hurricane Sally’s deluge flooded Alabama and the Florida Panhandle Wednesday (Sept. 16), Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) readied its response. Volunteers in Louisiana, meanwhile, hit milestones as they served survivors of August’s Hurricane Laura, and Southern Baptists continue serving across the nation.

NAMB launches Next Step Leader for pastors

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) – Pastoring a church has never been an easy job – preparing sermons, counseling church members through difficult circumstances, managing the day-to-day business of the church. Yet, 2020 brought a whole new set of challenges as pastors had to navigate through a global pandemic, racial tension and a widening divide in the culture.