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12-year-old used cancer journey to testify about an eternal hope

ALBANY, Ga. – At 12 years old, Malachi Russell had a list of 17 people – one person for each month he was expected to live. They were his “ones.” During his battle with cancer, Malachi had heard about the Who’s Your One movement – a challenge to Christians to pray for and share the Gospel with one person in their circle of influence – and he took it personally.

Brothers enjoy life, ministry together in Send Relief

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) -- Once during a college mission trip they were co-leading, brothers Greg and Rob Wilton got so worked up after playing on opposing basketball teams, someone had to break up the tussle. Moments after that fight, the Wilton brothers, both currently serving as missionaries through the North American Mission Board (NAMB), were back to being friends and planning their next ministry moves together. That's what happens when a sibling rivalry is bathed in a passion for sharing the Gospel.

Send Relief Sunday: Practical steps churches can take to serve their communities

ALPHARETTA, Ga. -- Send Relief is encouraging Southern Baptists everywhere to join together to meet needs and change lives through serving others across the world on Send Relief Sunday (July 19).

Salvations, Christmas cheer highlight NYC church’s toy sale

NEW YORK, N.Y. (BP) -- On an unseasonably warm Tuesday morning Dec. 10, the line of people at Tompkins Square Park on the corner of East 10th Street in New York City swelled to a little over 100. Some had been there since 1 a.m., armed with ponchos and umbrellas to battle a steady rain that fell on the city most of the night. They were waiting for the doors of Graffiti Church to open for its annual toy sale outreach event. Inside, Graffiti's pastor and New York City Send Relief missionary Taylor Field, along with about 20 volunteers, also were waiting, anxious to spread a little Christmas cheer.

Send Relief Pittsburgh looks to multiply through churches

PITTSBURGH (BP) -- While more than 100 volunteers and well-wishers filled Vintage Church's freshly renovated basement during the grand opening of Pittsburgh's Send Relief Ministry Center, Adam Sewell heard one word repeat in his mind. Faithful. That's how Sewell, a Send Relief Missionary in Pittsburgh, described the Oct. 19 grand opening ceremony, which included a homeless care package assembling event, a Chick-fil-A lunch for volunteers and a time of worship and sharing the Gospel. Volunteers filled 250 backpacks with food and daily living supplies.