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Brandon Elrod

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NAMB podcast, Reconstructing Faith, seeks to help pastors, church leaders rebuild

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) – The recent cultural turmoil in the United States has not skirted around the church. Many of the crises impacting other spheres have been found within Christian communities as well, sometimes to an even greater extent.

Send Relief celebrates opening of Puerto Rico ministry center

GUAYNABO, Puerto Rico (BP) – Send Relief’s grand opening ceremonies for its ministry center in Guaynabo spanned two days on Nov. 8-9, hosting local government leaders, Send Puerto Rico church planters, local pastors and disaster relief organization staff.

NAMB hosts final 2022 retreat for ministry couples, announces new name for 2023

BRASELTON, Ga. – The North American Mission Board (NAMB) hosted the final retreat for pastors and their wives of the 2022 season on Nov. 1-3 and announced a new name for the events in 2023 – Refresh Retreats.

Send Network orientation breaks attendance record for second time this year

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) — A record-setting 216 church planters attended the first Send Network Orientation since Vance Pitman introduced new values for the North American Mission Board’s (NAMB) church planting arm in October.

More state conventions join NAMB in Send Network partnerships

ALPHARETTA, Ga. – The North American Mission Board (NAMB) has, in recent years, developed Send Network agreements with state conventions across North America to enhance partnership and church planting within the SBC.

Send Relief Serve Tour completes 2022 events, looks toward 2023

DAYTON, Ohio – A group of volunteers stepped into what was described as a “forgotten and disparaged” trailer park in New Lebanon just outside Dayton, began rehabilitation work on some of the homes and then hosted a celebration party for the residents. In addition to the home improvements, homeowners received hope and an invitation to a nearby church.

SBDR nears 500,000 meals prepared, relief for hundreds

FORT MYERS, Fla. – As Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) nears 500,000 meals prepared in the wake of Hurricane Ian, volunteers have completed approximately 730 recovery jobs for homeowners.

Best of Southern Baptist cooperative efforts on display in disaster relief response

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. (BP) – Any time a major storm system threatens the continental United States, the antennae of thousands of Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) leaders and volunteers go up. They prepare a response that has required year-round preparation and readiness.

Hurricane Ian recovery ramps up as Southern Baptist Disaster Relief, Send Relief assist

FORT MYERS, Fla. – As Hurricane Ian rolled in Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 28, Wade Harmon was on the fifth floor of the Larsen Health Center Nursing in Fort Myers where his wife was working.

Send Network leader to complete six Ironman triathlons in six days to encourage pastors

NORTH CLARENDON, Vt. — Six ironman triathlons, six consecutive days in six New England states sounds impossible, but church leader Jason Hodges has been anticipating and planning for this challenge the last two years.