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Global missionary partners advance Gospel in Colombia

Laura Martinez’s letter to her supporters in Mexico is reminiscent of New Testament letters. Recently, she wrote about adapting quickly to the culture, climate, geography and gastronomy of Colombia. She enumerated the differences in seasons and interpretations of certain Spanish words, and she was pleasantly surprised the quality of water in Colombia is higher than where she’s from in Mexico.

IMB sees church mobilization as vital to kingdom growth

RICHMOND, Va. (BP) – The International Mission Board needs churches. Missionaries can’t get to the mission field without churches, and churches enable missionaries to remain in the places God called them to serve. Churches also play a crucial role in raising up a new generation of missionaries.

Remote Angolans transformed by Gospel

When a shepherd heard of the Great Shepherd, his answer to the invitation to follow was “yes.” When men and women in a fishing village heard of the man who multiplied loaves and fish, their answer to the call was “yes.” When internally displaced women heard of their home in heaven, their answer to the question of whether they wanted an eternal home was, “yes.”

WEEK OF PRAYER: Project 3000 researches, pursues people on edge of lostness

Planes, trains, buses, motorcycles, cars and boats will get them as close as possible before setting off on foot to find hidden people groups. International Mission Board missionaries are going the extra mile, quite often literally. Why?

War changes face of ministry to Deaf Ukrainians

In Ukraine, Oleh and Marianna weren’t permitted to lead ministry to the Deaf because they are Deaf. A call to missions tugged at their hearts, but due to cultural norms, it wasn’t a possibility until recently.

Generous Lottie Moon offering – $196.1M – helps missionaries tackle greatest problem

RICHMOND, Va. (BP) – Generosity and gratitude. These words resonate with International Mission Board missionaries when they hear of how faithfully Southern Baptists continue to support them through the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering and the Cooperative Program.

Christianity’s long history in North Africa

Two stories’ worth of water wiped out land with Christian history and tradition dating back millennia on Sept. 11. Rain from Storm Daniel overwhelmed the dams in Derna, Libya, and the deluge claimed entire neighborhoods and the lives of thousands.

Hundreds of thousands flee, but God has not left Sudan

SUDAN, NORTHERN AFRICA (BP) -- War, conquest, colonization, coups and dictators — Sudan’s history runs red. Blood flows now, leaving a trail behind the men, women and children who have, and are, fleeing to bordering countries.

IMB, Send Network partner to send North American church planters overseas

In April, 15 pastors and church planters from the North American Mission Board’s Send Network traveled to Frankfurt, Germany, to learn from and collaborate with International Mission Board missionaries and local partners.

Thai-American couple find, feed those with open hearts in Fukuoka

FUKUOKA, Japan (BP) – Jack Wattanawongsawang and his wife, Prinna Puakpong, watched the news on March 11, 2011, documenting the triple disaster unfolding in Japan — the earthquake, the tsunami and the nuclear power plant meltdown.