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SBCAL celebrates increased training and partnership in 2023

ATLANTA (BP) -- The Southern Baptist Conference of Associational Leaders (SBCAL) took every possible opportunity to advance gospel efforts in 2023, seeing record milestones and more people working toward a unified mission.

Hispanic tradition ‘brings people together’ at Christmastime

GRAPEVINE, Texas (BP) – The holidays are a time when families and friends come together to practice their unique Christmas traditions. From decorating cookies or donating toys, traditions bring a sense of unity and consistency to the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.

Many ways for churches to help widows live in their new normal

ARDEN, N.C. (BP) – Kelvin Moseley, Mature Adults and Pastoral Care pastor at Biltmore Church, has seen the difference that effective ministry to widows and widowers can make. Something as simple as a phone call or a handwritten letter in the mail can show the love of Christ in a mighty way.

Ford plant is ‘once-in-a-lifetime event’ in West Tennessee

STANTON, Tenn. (BP) – It’s not often that the nations move to your backyard, especially if your backyard is a rural hillside in West Tennessee. But for Danny Sinquefield, Harvest Field 1 Team Leader for the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board, and his team at TBMB, a dream has become a reality with Blue Oval City, a new Ford Motor Company plant under construction in the tiny town of Stanton (population 414). The plant is estimated to attract 90,000 residents in the next 10 years.

GenSend shows students ‘everything you do can be missional’

NASHVILLE (BP) – The North American Mission Board’s GenSend program gets college students out of their comfort zones and into hurting, broken communities. Students spend their summer in a major city, where ministry might look like serving the homeless, playing at the park or a having a conversation over coffee.

Worship pastor thinks with ‘kingdom-minded margins’ to find, train new worship leaders

ALBANY, Ga. (BP) – Worship pastor Danny James wants to foster the next generation of worship leaders by showing them they have a role – and maybe an instrument – to play.

‘Role of pregnancy care centers magnified’ after Roe’s reversal

NASHVILLE (BP) – Pregnancy care centers across the United States are working to combat the spread of misinformation so staff can continue to serve well those experiencing unplanned pregnancies. The overturn of Roe v. Wade caused a surge of anger and violence directed toward pregnancy care centers, so staff and volunteers must work harder to reach women in unique ways. Even though laws may change, the work and mission of the centers has not.

State Baptist camps seeing big attendance, ‘big life change’

NASHVILLE (BP) – Campers from across the United States are more excited than ever to go to camp this summer. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many are returning to camp for the first time since 2019.