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Hispanic women embark on transformational mission trip to Peru

A mission trip for a team of women was an all-hands-on-deck, transformational experience.

Missions amidst persecution: IMB missionary believes bold proclamation is necessary, despite suffering

Alexander Traverston followed someone he thought was a friend into a building. He sat down and was offered water.

Bible story translators deliver Gospel to least-reached peoples

Bir Bahdur is a simple animal herder. Sometimes he works as a day-laborer. He’s quiet and meek. He’s uneducated and soft-spoken. He doesn’t consider himself qualified to share the gospel, let alone teach it. Many of his South Asian countrymen don’t think so either.

Gospel changes life of 108-year-old

At 108 years old, Auntie’s vision has essentially failed her. But what hasn’t failed is her newfound love for the Gospel.

New missionaries remind Southern Baptists ‘why we exist’ during Sending Celebration

ANAHEIM, Calif. (BP) – Jonathan Derbyshire grew up as a missionary kid in Thailand. But he never thought the missionary life was for him.

IMB dinner focuses on lostness, ‘world’s greatest problem’

ANAHEIM, Calif. (BP) – Amid the busy event schedule of the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual meeting, nearly 2,000 attendees gathered for the International Mission Board dinner. During the June 13 program, IMB leaders and missionaries reminded the crowd why the SBC exists and how God is at work around the world through IMB missionaries.

Life inside IMB’s missionary pipeline

Amanda Nunn is retirement age. She’s a widow and a mother of a recent college graduate. She feels a calling for the people of East Africa. A young couple from North Carolina has two small children. They are certain God is leading them to live and serve among South Asian peoples. Adam Gaskins is in his mid-20s. He works as a web developer. He has a heart to take the Gospel to the Japanese. A young lady who was raised in a military family also feels burdened for South Asian peoples.

IMB worker perseveres while waiting on a harvest 

She has traveled a lot of rough roads. She has dealt with spiritual warfare. She has persevered through years of sowing with lean harvest – one of the most discouraging things for a missionary to write home about.

Access to God’s Word proves life changing among UPG

IMB missionaries Andy and Marie Hoffman served more than 11 years without seeing any fruit among their unreached people group (UPG) in North Africa. During those years, the family and their partners built relationships and shared the Gospel with these nomadic farmers and desert horsemen.

Send Relief offers coaching to engage Afghan refugees

In response to the number of resettled Afghan refugees in communities in the United States, Send Relief, the combined compassion ministry of the International Mission Board and the North American Mission Board, is facilitating coaching to help churches engage their new Afghan neighbors. This coaching is a limited-time project and will only be offered for another five months.