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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.

Global Hunger Relief supports Southern Baptist hunger ministries worldwide

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) – As COVID-19 travels around the globe, it has created a food crisis for much of the developing world. Spread of the disease and the ensuing lockdowns affected supply chains as well as humanitarian support according to a report from WORLD Magazine.

Bautistas del sur sirven comidas y quitan escombros después del huracán Laura

LAKE CHARLES, La. (BP) -- Como consecuencia del huracán Laura, equipos de Asistencia Bautista del Sur en Desastres (SBDR) de todo el país convergen en la costa del Golfo para servir a los sobrevivientes de la tormenta. Algunos, como los residentes de Lake Charles y el voluntario de SBDR de Louisiana, Reggy Saxon solamente tuvieron que viajar unos pocos kilómetros.

Southern Baptists serve meals, clear debris in aftermath of Hurricane Laura

LAKE CHARLES, La. (BP) – In the wake of Hurricane Laura, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) teams from across the nation are converging on the Gulf Coast to serve storm survivors. Some, like Lake Charles resident and Louisiana SBDR volunteer Reggy Saxon, only had to journey a few miles.

Send Relief delivers supplies as Southern Baptists ready Hurricane Laura response

LAKE CHARLES, La. (BP) – Send Relief, the compassion ministry of Southern Baptists, spent Friday (Aug. 28) delivering food and supplies for Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR), beginning the morning in Beaumont, Texas, and making a final stop in Lake Charles, La., in the early afternoon.

Atlanta churches, Send Relief answer call to assist with school meal distribution

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) -- School districts across the nation are striving to continue delivering food to children at risk when school buildings close due to the COVID-19 pandemic. When officials with Fulton County Schools, the fourth largest school system in Georgia that includes the city of Atlanta, needed assistance for their food distribution program, they reached out to the faith community, including the North American Mission Board (NAMB).

Following Beirut explosion, Send Relief mobilizes response

BEIRUT, Lebanon (BP) -- The death toll from the blast that shook Lebanon’s capital city of Beirut on Tuesday (Aug. 4) has risen to more than 200 people. Many are still missing, according to the city’s governor, and hundreds of thousands of residents are living in damaged homes and buildings.

NAMB mentoring program guides pastors during uncertain times

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) -- At the end of January when more than 130 pastors left the first gathering of the Timothy + Barnabas Institute (TBI), the participants had no idea the challenges they would face in leading their churches in 2020.