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Virtual mission trips build Gospel connections continents apart

RIVERSIDE, Cali. (BP) – Each summer, California Baptist University sends 30-35 teams and more than 300 students on missions throughout the world. The plans changed during 2020, of course, but still included sending the Gospel. The time, platform and number of participants may have been different for the Southern Baptist-affiliated school, but the goal of sharing Christ remained the same. 

Churches celebrate first Baptist missionary and Black 18th Century pastor George Liele Feb. 7

CHARLESTON, S.C. (BP) – It's not lost on First Baptist Church of Charleston Pastor Marshall Blalock that had Black missionary George Liele visited the church during his 18th century ministry, he would have been required to worship from the balcony.

FIRST-PERSON: George Liele belongs on the Mount Rushmore of missionaries

FAIRFAX STATION, Va. (BP) – I am well pleased that George Liele Church Planting, Evangelism, and Missions Sunday is officially on the SBC calendar. This recognition fits an organization foundationally focused on church planting, evangelism and missions. George Liele’s work and life hit all three and more.

IMB missionaries equip churches to stay on task during Missions College event

RICHMOND, Va. (BP) – Online participants representing Southern Baptist churches joined IMB leadership and missionaries in the eighth annual Missions College Jan. 6-7. The two-night event, hosted by IMB’s American Peoples Affinity, included encouragement for churches to stay focused on the task of reaching the lost through short-term missions opportunities and becoming effective in training and sending missionaries.

Church supports missionaries with “Lottie on the Lawn”

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – This month, members of Lakeshore Church may wake up to find a shadowy figure in their front yard. There won’t be cause for alarm, though. In fact, their response can go toward providing Good News around the world – a whole lot of it, in fact.

‘It’s a vital part of who we are’: CP Stories keeps missions up front

NASHVILLE (BP) – When David Sommerville became pastor at Southside Baptist Church in Parkersburg, W. Va., he already knew a practice he wanted to establish.

Chitwood visit puts spotlight on small churches

OWENTON, Ky. (BP) – Surrounded by cow pastures and hayfields, South Fork Baptist Church is small enough to fit into a corner of many big-city church sanctuaries.

FIRST-PERSON: Every church reaching every nation

NASHVILLE (BP) – Taking the Good News of Jesus Christ to every language, every tribe and every nation is why we join in partnership to support full-time, fully-funded missionaries across the globe.

Churches prioritize responsible outreach during a pandemic

MADISON, Tenn. -- Sergio Arce knocks on the door of a home close to the church he pastors. Arce isn’t expected and doesn’t know if anyone is home. This is a cold-call visit.

Refugees in Southeast Asia find home in Christian community

They left their world behind in search of a safer one. On their journey, they found the Creator of the world. Fourteen thousand refugees in Southeast Asia are waiting to transition to Australia, Canada and the U.S. for resettlement. The majority of the refugees are Afghani and Somalian.