DISASTER RELIEF DIGEST: Florida, Georgia volunteers see professions of faith; Kentucky Baptists give generators, gift cards
Florida DR team sees four professions of faith By Keila Diaz/Florida Baptist Convention METAIRIE, La. (BP) – Over Labor Day weekend, Florida Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers deployed to a suburb of New Orleans to assist with cleanup and recovery from Hurricane Ida and help run a disaster relief command center at Metairie Baptist Church. But […]
SBC DIGEST: ‘Churches helping churches’ affected by Ida; Lifeway’s digital worship tools; Smith called to Family Church
Churches, pastors seek help in recovery from Hurricane Ida; Digital worship tools offer flexibility to churches; Kevin Smith joins Family Church in West Palm Beach.
2021 Week of Prayer and Lottie Moon resources now available; MBTS panel discussion highlights urgency of Great Commission call.
SBC DIGEST: Deaths of Helen Parks, wife of former IMB president, and Troy Morrison, former Alabama state executive
Helen Jean Parks, wife of former IMB president, dies; Retired Alabama executive director Troy L. Morrison dies.
September financial update with David Spika; New Lifeway podcast deals with ministry life; ‘Encouraging the Pastor’ podcast hosted by Mark Dever.
MARTINSVILLE, Ind. (BP) – The Executive Board of the State Convention of Baptists in Indiana (SCBI) named Ohio pastor Ryan Strother executive director during a special called meeting Monday (Sept. 13). Strother will begin in the role Oct. 13.
Charleston church loses sanctuary in fire; Tharrington honored for 50 years with North Carolina Baptists on Mission.
Hurricane recovery assistance still needed in Louisiana, Northeast; IMB announces Hispanic Missions Sunday, Sept. 26.
NOBTS-Leavell College campus reopens following Hurricane Ida; ETCH Family Ministry Conference reunites leaders ministering to the post-pandemic family.
DISASTER RELIEF DIGEST: 70 Louisiana churches damaged; Updates from Texas, Georgia, Kentucky volunteers
Church gives back during Hurricane Ida relief efforts; SBTC volunteers serve 20,000 hot dogs a day; Georgia Baptist volunteers an answer to prayer.