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Supporting Baptist hospitals in impacting lostness: A Q&A with IMB’s director of Global Health Strategies

RICHMOND (BP) -- People are dying physically. People are dying spiritually. Many are dying in places where the Gospel has never been heard.

Breaking boundaries: Black HandsOn missionary in Germany inspires others

Susanna settled into a turquoise armchair in the living room of International Mission Board missionary Julia Dunn's home in Germany's Ruhrgebiet region.

6-year-old issues missions offering challenge

OKLAHOMA CITY (BP) – Like most boys at Southern Hills Baptist Church, 6-year-old Ethan Gee wanted to win the penny war against the girls.

Southern Baptists reminded at Sending Celebration to ‘tell others what He has done’

LUTZ, Fla. (BP) -- When Patrick and Kathryn Thompson arrived to plant a church in New York City with their two kids, the reality that they were already doing cross-cultural missions set in.

SEBTS women’s ministry leaders hold women’s Bible conference in West Africa

WEST AFRICA (BP) – As Christianity in French-speaking West Africa has spread over the past few decades, Baptist women in the region desire theological education and further access to resources for biblical interpretation as they resist the influence of the prosperity gospel.

Georgia Baptists present $1.7M check to IMB

SNELLVILLE, Ga. (BP) -- Georgia Baptists have given an additional $1.7 million to the International Mission Board to support missionaries serving around the world.

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.

GO Impact trip leaves lasting impression on students’ lives 

Boarding the train in Germany, 25 jetlagged students from Nashville look around and notice something – they're quite loud. While their volume level wouldn't raise an eyebrow back home, on the German train, it's just one more thing that makes them stand out. Passersby can easily tell they are Americans. 

70-year-old Kentucky widow finds new purpose on foreign mission field

BARDSTOWN, Ky. (BP) – When Della Edwards' husband died two years ago, she lost more than her best friend. She lost her purpose.

SEBTS, IMB, local churches partner to send

RALEIGH, N.C. (BP) – Churches and Southern Baptist Convention entities must work together to see more missionaries reach the nations. That was the message of an all-day missions pipeline workshop for congregations in the Raleigh-Durham area.