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Language learning crucial for Gospel access

TOKYO (BP) -- Jane Hwang's eyes scanned the list of cities. The last job, for student ministry in Tokyo, caught her attention. In the job description, she noted the lack of hope and knowledge of eternal life among the Japanese, and she felt the Lord was leading her to serve in Japan.

IMB report turns messengers’ attention to Great Pursuit

INDIANAPOLIS (BP) – In the International Mission Board report to Southern Baptist messengers and guests at the 2024 SBC Annual Meeting June 12, IMB President Paul Chitwood wasted no time getting to the heart of Southern Baptist missions.

New IMB missionaries celebrated during SBC annual meeting

INDIANAPOLIS (BP) – Newly appointed missionaries looked around the Indiana Convention Center’s hall at the urging of Paul Chitwood, International Mission Board president. He gestured from the stage to more than 13,000 messengers and guests sent by local churches to the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Indianapolis, June 11-12.

IMB dinner focuses on faces of lostness

INDIANAPOLIS (BP) – More than 2,000 people gathered for the International Mission Board dinner June 10 at the 2024 Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting in Indianapolis. IMB leaders and missionaries brought to life the faces of the spiritually lost around the world.

IMB, WMU bring interactive Lottie Moon Experience to SBC

INDIANAPOLIS (BP) -- The International Mission Board and Woman’s Missionary Union invite attendees at the 2024 SBC Annual Meeting to see, smell, touch and hear their way through the life of Lottie Moon, a Baptist missionary to China who served from 1873-1912.

Hundreds of Southern Baptist volunteers Paris bound as Olympic games near

Countdown to the 2024 Summer Olympic Games in Paris is on!  The city is abuzz with shops and merchants in full prep mode for an influx of 15 million visitors — athletes, spectators, media professionals and volunteers — strolling along the Seine, clamoring for sights of Paris’ legendary art and architecture, and sampling local fare (pain au chocolat, anyone?).

From NFL and NASCAR to a boxing gym in Germany, IMB couple forges genuine friendships  

FRANKFURT, Germany (BP) – "That's the first time anybody allowed me to ask a question," Fredrik remarked, surprised.

IMB partners with non-profit therapy group to help missionaries stay on field

SOUTH ASIA (BP) – Lorie Delk started a business in response to one of the most unusual experiences of her life. The certified speech language pathologist said she knew God was telling her to work with missionary children around the world. She was caught off guard by such a specific call – especially since she did not personally know any missionary children.

Olympic digital responders needed

PARIS (BP) – In front of an Olympic venue, her phone camera hovers over the Olympic pin. The link appears and she selects her language, scans the landing page, and then decides she’d like to chat live with someone. Hesitatingly, she types “Hello” and waits.

South Asian believers become full partners in missionary work

Campbell and Elizabeth Bach dream of seeing the peoples of South Asia reached with the Gospel. They serve as leaders on a small team responsible for sharing the Gospel and planting churches among tens of thousands of villages, encompassing many millions of people, and spanning hundreds of miles. Many people groups in this region remain unreached and unengaged with the Gospel. Their task is immense.