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Send Relief Sunday – BP This Week

Compassion and service are the focus for August on the 2022 SBC calendar. In this video, Brandon Porter of Baptist Press talks with Paul Chitwood, IMB president, and Kevin Ezell, NAMB president, about the work of Send Relief, the SBC’s compassion ministry.

Southern Baptist chaplain inducted into Army Ranger Hall of Fame

FORT BENNING, Ga.—As he held the remote for the Claymore mine, Pat Hash started to grow concerned. The target had not arrived on schedule, and the ambush could be impacted by the delay. Thankfully, however, this was a training exercise for students in the U.S. Army’s Ranger School and not live combat.

GenSend shows students ‘everything you do can be missional’

NASHVILLE (BP) – The North American Mission Board’s GenSend program gets college students out of their comfort zones and into hurting, broken communities. Students spend their summer in a major city, where ministry might look like serving the homeless, playing at the park or a having a conversation over coffee.

Washington to champion personal evangelism in new role at NAMB

ALPHARETTA, Ga. – JJ Washington’s transition to the national evangelism team at the North American Mission Board (NAMB) on July 18 is like the “Acts 1:8 principle playing out in my own life,” Washington said.

Pastor Uses 3 Circles to reach Olympians

SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. (BP) – Ryan Schneider serves as pastor of Saranac Lake Baptist Church in upstate New York near Lake Placid, home to the Olympic Training Center where elite athletes come to train as they pursue their Olympic dreams.

INDEPENDENCE DAY: Freedom’s fragility displayed as Southern Baptist chaplains serve Ukraine crisis

POLAND – As Americans celebrate July 4, thousands of members of the U.S. Armed Services are sacrificing to maintain peace and defend the freedom that the United States and many other nations enjoy, and chaplains are there with them, providing the spiritual support they want and need.

Send Relief establishes fund to support survivors of sexual abuse

ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Following the recent report that addressed how Southern Baptists have handled sexual abuse allegations in the past, Send Relief is seeking to be a part of the solution by establishing a survivor care fund.

SBC DIGEST: Ben Burnett named William Carey president; JJ Washington to join NAMB

Ben Burnett named William Carey University president; JJ Washington to join NAMB evangelism team

Leaders discuss how any church can become a sending church at Send Network breakfast

ANAHEIM, Calif. — “The local, New Testament church is not the goal,” Vance Pitman, president of Send Network, said of church planting during a Send Network panel discussion over breakfast, part of the 2022 SBC Annual Meeting.

Chaplains fellowship, pray for one of their own at Anaheim breakfast meeting

ANEHIM, Calif. (BP) -- At a breakfast to honor the women and men faithfully serving as chaplains, attendees were once again reminded that the 24/7 work of a chaplain is never done. They prayed for one of their own, chaplain Tony Moore, who left the 2022 SBC Annual Meeting almost as soon as he arrived to go minister to the families of five Marines killed when their plane crashed during a training exercise this week.