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Hope for the Hopi

HOPI RESERVATION, Ariz. (BP) -- Amid mesquite trees and towering, sand-colored rocks sits a modest and historic church. True to its name, Keams Canyon Community Church is nestled in the breathtaking Keams Canyon. 

Haitians, weary of gang violence, protest the kidnapping of an American nurse and her daughter

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Chants of “freedom” echoed through the streets outside an aid facility in Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince, on Monday where just days earlier an American nurse and her daughter were kidnapped by armed men.

God answers New Mexico church’s specific prayer for missions partnership

ALBUQUERQUE (BP) – In 2021, the staff of First Baptist Church of West Albuquerque began to pray about what God would have the church do about a mission strategy. Refusing to take a “shotgun” approach to missions or throw a dart at a map, the team at First Baptist sought to develop a long-term partnership with missionaries on the field.

Puerto Rico convention ‘a demonstration of what Southern Baptists can do’ together

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (BP) – Southern Baptists have hidden treasure in the Caribbean: the Convención de Iglesias Bautistas del Sur de Puerto Rico (CIBSPR) – in English, the Convention of Southern Baptist Churches of Puerto Rico. But it won’t be hidden for long if Luis Soto and Felix Cabrera have anything to do with it.

Minister learns ‘to rely on God more’ while planting churches in Ukraine

BUDAPEST, Hungary (BP) -- Michael Domke had spent nearly 15 years planting churches in Ukraine when Russia’s war forced him out. Today, he typically drives 1,700 miles to several cities in Ukraine from Budapest, Hungary, continuing his work.

Nevada church growing through God’s love

RENO, Nevada (BP) – Mark Morton was a sergeant with the Reno Police Department when he was called in 2005 out of the congregation to be the pastor of Granite Hills Baptist Church.

The world through the counselor’s open door

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Imagine stepping into another country where dozens of worldviews and cultures co-mingle, and sometimes clash.

Teaching your children to pray for the persecuted church

A six-year-old boy looked up at my husband, Nik, with eyes as big as saucers. Those eyes are a sight forever etched on my mind. After a Sunday morning service, his mom, Debbie, asked us if her little boy, David, could talk to us before the evening service. We arrived a few minutes early to talk with him, and he was already sitting on the front row waiting for us.

Slaughtered Somali pastor honored on Day of Christian Martyr

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (BP) -- When Abdiwelli Ahmed met his future wife Helen, she recalls, the first thing he confessed was his love for Christ and his willingness to die for Him.

Diaspora Missions Collective a collaboration between SBC organizations

NEW ORLEANS, La. (BP) – The Diaspora Missions Collective, a collaboration between multiple different Southern Baptist Convention organizations, is a group focused on assisting churches to engage scattered or displaced ethnic groups both internationally and domestically.