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Most pastors feel supported by other local ministers

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The vast majority of pastors say they feel support from other ministers in their communities, but that encouragement is less prevalent in some places.

FIRST-PERSON: Our unified Great Commission vision for the future

Southern Baptists, we have a unified Great Commission vision to carry us through 2025. With confidence, pastors and church leaders can stand before our churches and say, “These are the things we will focus on and resolve to do together as Southern Baptists from now through 2025.”

NAAF’s Frank Williams values ‘legacy of presence, influence and purpose’

NEW YORK (BP) -- The faith of his mother Sophia and grandmother Elizabeth play prominently in the faith journey of New York Pastor Frank Williams, beginning in his childhood in small Dieppe Bay Town in St. Kitts, West Indies.

FIRST-PERSON: Unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace

In the hours after my election as SBC president, there certainly were a great number of things to do and new places to be. The Lord allowed me moments in the hallways to meet and greet Southern Baptists at their best. There were those who heartily congratulated me. Yet the ones who caught my attention were many, almost too many to count, who reached out their hand to shake mine and said a very similar thing: “Ed, I did not vote for you, but I love you in Christ and I promise to pray for you.”

Arkansas church pastor supports blighted community and CP

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (BP) -- Unity Bible Baptist Church often takes food, the Gospel and other necessities to residents of the Loop, the blighted Little Rock urban community the church calls home.

FIRST-PERSON: We need to come back home to Great Commission cooperation

NASHVILLE (BP) – The propagation of the Gospel has long been the vision of the Southern Baptist Convention. For more than 175 years, we have extended this call to churches to rally and direct our energies to this one shared vision: The propagation of the Gospel.

FIRST-PERSON: Yes, 2020 had COVID, but look what Southern Baptists did

NASHVILLE (BP) – While COVID-19 continues to reshape and affect everything across America and the world in 2020, I want to share a few wonderful things God has done through our work together as Southern Baptists despite a global pandemic.

FIRST-PERSON: The local church is the headquarters of our Southern Baptist Convention

NASHVILLE (BP) – The SBC is a convention of churches. Churches plant churches and churches send missionaries.

SBC DIGEST: Kentucky ministries get needed funds; Tennessee disaster relief plans 250th response

KBC Mission Board allocates funds to ministries in need; Ice storm will be Tennessee's 250th disaster relief response.

Las Vegas church uses CP to help bear fruit for Christ

LAS VEGAS – In the nearly 14 years since retired Air Force Master Sgt. Greg Fields became pastor, Nellis Baptist Church has continued and added several ministries to ever more effectively reach its community.