Washing piles of muddy clothes and cleaning bathrooms may not sound like the most glamorous missions project available, but it’s a labor of love for Woman’s Missionary Union volunteers from Robeson Baptist Association in Lumberton, North Carolina.
With such a large emphasis on serving widows and orphans this month, here are three ways a believer can be mindful of them throughout the year.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Jack Hunter is executive director of the New Orleans Baptist Association. Saturday (Aug. 29) is the 15th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. NEW ORLEANS (BP) — Disaster narrows focus and frames choice. When your neighbor is busted up and bleeding out, do you go to him or pass by? This was the question Katrina […]
Send Relief volunteers are assembling care packages to be distributed to healthcare workers who are on the forefront of fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
A Q&A with Send Relief’s Jonathan Santiago (in English and Spanish).
Southern Baptists are still doing the hard work of helping rehabilitate the Bahamas after the devastation of Hurricane Dorian.
Southern Baptist Chaplain, an Afghanistan Veteran, now ‘Hacking Hearts and Minds’ at Cyber Shield 19
Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Bill Draper won his way into the hearts of the information technology soldiers of Cyber Shield 19.
Members of a Southern Baptist church in Ohio never expected to witness the suffering of refugees firsthand.
Relief workers and missionaries around the world often use Global Hunger Relief funds to meet needs in unique ways.
Through Birchwood Behavioral Health, Alaska Baptists are providing a source of help for traumatized children and teens.