As we enter the Atlantic hurricane season, Southern Baptists are intentionally preparing at-risk communities to navigate the perils of natural disasters and their aftermath.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – During its Wednesday morning, June 14, breakfast at the Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting in New Orleans, Send Relief—the collaborative compassion arm of the North American Mission Board and International Mission Board—welcomed an audience interested in stepping up for children and families in need.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – North American Mission Board (NAMB) president Kevin Ezell and national director of pastoral leadership, Ken Whitten, opened this year’s sold-out Send Luncheon with a by thanking pastors.
ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) – Between the brutal war in Ukraine, an alarming global hunger crisis and another year of battling the economic repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic, 2022 was a year stained by global crises. Through it all, Send Relief was able to deliver the physical help and the hope of the Gospel that vulnerable communities desperately needed.
ALPHARETTA, Ga. – More than a year after the Taliban reasserted control of Afghanistan following the United States military withdrawal, humanitarian groups are continuing to address the needs of thousands of refugees who are seeking to flee the oppressive government.
ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) – On Sunday, Aug. 28, Southern Baptists will recognize Global Hunger Sunday, and many churches will collect an offering that supports Global Hunger Relief, a fund administered by Send Relief to combat world hunger.
As stories of tragedy and heartache continue to emerge from the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, Send Relief is grateful for the generosity and commitment of Southern Baptists to help Christian brothers and sisters and other refugees in Eastern Europe.
NASHVILLE (BP) – In an introductory video that played before Send Relief President Bryant Wright’s report, he said: “Together, we can meet needs and change lives for people on the other side of the world and right down the street. Together, as Southern Baptists, we can be an unstoppable force of hope,” as clips of compassion projects rolled.
NASHVILLE (BP) – El culto de adoración dirigido por Michael W. Smith y CeCe Winans, un sermón conmovedor de Tony Evans y un concierto de Crowder dieron inicio a la Conferencia Send 2021 el domingo en la noche (13 de junio) en el Music City Center.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Worship led by Michael W. Smith and CeCe Winans, a rousing sermon from Tony Evans and a concert by Crowder kicked off the Send Conference 2021 Sunday night (June 13) at Music City Center.