CHULA, Mo. (BP) – Amanda Hicks knew there were bees inside the building that once housed Chula Baptist Church. Everyone in the small Missouri town knew that. The old church had been sitting empty for nearly five years, the last of four churches that once served the small community of Chula, Missouri. While it sat empty, bees had made a home inside it, but everyone thought the bees were hiding in the walls.
ST. JOHNS, Fla. (BP) – With a recent mission trip to Australia, Fruit Cove Baptist Church in North Florida has reached its goal of extending its missions footprint to all seven continents.
NAMB’s ‘Equipping Pastors’ podcast features Tony Dungy, James Brown on first episode; GuideStone’s annual Summit for church, ministry business leaders set for April 21-23.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — In late 2019 and early 2020, a series of earthquakes hit Puerto Rico on the island’s south side near the city of Ponce. Iglesia Bautista Misionera, pastored by Rubén Rodríguez, had just affiliated with Southern Baptists and was being relaunched with the help of Send Network Puerto Rico.
ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) – The Bushwick neighborhood in Brooklyn, N.Y., is small in terms of land area – roughly two square miles – but more than 120,000 people call it home.
Gateway Seminary partners with Boston School of Ministry; Georgia family that traveled continent encouraging missionaries asks for prayer.
OWASSO, Okla. (BP) – There’s something different about guys who run toward the fire.
ALPHARETTA, Ga. – The North American Mission Board (NAMB) spent 2023 serving Southern Baptists in their efforts to reach North America with the gospel through church planting, compassion ministry, evangelism and chaplaincy.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (BP) – According to prison chaplain Paul Davis, the concepts that led to more than 85 decisions to follow Christ are not overly complex.
Executive Committee files amicus brief in McRaney/NAMB case supporting ‘importance of religious freedom’
NEW ORLEANS (BP) — An amicus brief filed Dec. 4 by the Executive Committee supports a recent court decision to dismiss the case of a former state executive director due to the ecclesiastical abstention doctrine.