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Oklahoma tribal missions leader promotes Native-American led evangelism

WASHINGTON (BP) – Southern Baptists should support a national evangelistic outreach to Native Americans led by tribal Christians with the support of non-Native Americans, an Oklahoma tribal ministries leader told Baptist Press.

La SBC anima a líderes hispanos a continuar en pos de la presencia de Dios y seguir sirviendo con integridad

En Pos de Su Presencia, fue el tema de la conferencia anual del grupo hispano de la Convención bautista del Sur de Texas (SBTC), el 13-14 de noviembre en la ciudad de Corpus Christi, Texas. La conferencia, dirigida por Chuy Ávila, el líder de la SBTC Español, estaba basada en Jeremías 29:12-14 y a ella asistieron pastores y líderes bautistas del sur de todo el estado de Texas con el enfoque de ir en pos de Dios, servir con integridad y también comisionar a los llamados.

SWBTS student narrates ‘Jesus’ film in its 2,000th language

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) – Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminarhy student Mang Siing recently became a part of history when he served as the narrator for the Zo language translation of the world-famous Jesus Film. The effort marked the film’s 2,000th available language.

Southern Baptists generosity fuels reaching the unreached

NASHVILLE (BP) — Southern Baptists are known for their support of missions, as evidenced by a record Lottie Moon offering. However, a significant portion also comes from the tithes and offerings given each Sunday and funneled through the Cooperative Program.

‘We know how blessed we are,’ former IMB missionary says of CP

RICHMOND, Va. (BP) – Glenn Creech served in Asia for 30 years through the International Mission Board and doesn’t recall encountering any workers from other missions organizations who received the kind of steady, generous financial support he received from Southern Baptists.

Children ‘gifted for works of ministry,’ says author, educator

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) – “Going Deep” is not just a book Clint May has written on children growing with God. It has been his driving vision for 20 years for children to share their Christian faith through hands-on experience in mission trips, evangelism, and other ministries. 

FIRST-PERSON: 3 ways your family can participate in Children’s Mission Day

COUNTRYSIDE, Ill. (BP) – As our families settle back into school rhythms this fall, we can kick off the new school year with an important tradition: Children’s Mission Day. Since 2008, Southern Baptist churches have celebrated Children’s Mission Day. Held on Sept. 17, the Women’s Mission Union (WMU) established this day to practically connect children to a world in need of the Gospel by getting out into their local communities.

Thailand mission trip fruit of Hmong and Minn./Wisc. Baptist partnership

ROCHESTER, Minn. (BP) -- Tra Xiong, executive director of the Hmong Baptist National Association (HBNA), sees a blessing and a challenge in spreading the Gospel in Thailand.

Life on the road extends to a never-ending mission for campers

GRAND BLANC, Mich. (BP) – Rick and Cindy Truesdail’s retirements a few years ago came with plans. They took their camper and drove to Florida, setting up close to the beach. The couple prepared to take life easy.

BCM opens heart, doors for college student-turned missionary

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (BP) – As a kid, Asleigh Wilson certainly had no plans to work in missions, but through Calvary Baptist Church and the Baptist Campus Ministry (BCM) at Middle Tennessee State University, God captured this first-generation college student’s heart for Him. Now graduated, she plans to spend her life telling others about Him.