As stories of tragedy and heartache continue to emerge from the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, Send Relief is grateful for the generosity and commitment of Southern Baptists to help Christian brothers and sisters and other refugees in Eastern Europe.
NASHVILLE (BP) – In an introductory video that played before Send Relief President Bryant Wright’s report, he said: “Together, we can meet needs and change lives for people on the other side of the world and right down the street. Together, as Southern Baptists, we can be an unstoppable force of hope,” as clips of compassion projects rolled.
NASHVILLE (BP) – El culto de adoración dirigido por Michael W. Smith y CeCe Winans, un sermón conmovedor de Tony Evans y un concierto de Crowder dieron inicio a la Conferencia Send 2021 el domingo en la noche (13 de junio) en el Music City Center.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Worship led by Michael W. Smith and CeCe Winans, a rousing sermon from Tony Evans and a concert by Crowder kicked off the Send Conference 2021 Sunday night (June 13) at Music City Center.
Kiara and Aayush, an elderly couple living in a rural region of India, had already been ostracized from their community for being believers. There, on the top of a hill in an extremely remote village, they were forced to bear alone the weight of losing their 36-year-old son to COVID-19 complications.
BROWNSVILLE, Texas (BP) - El pastor Olber Roblero vive a seis kilómetros de la frontera de Estados Unidos con México. Puede ver la cerca desde la ventana de su sala.
BROWNSVILLE, Texas (BP) – Pastor Olber Roblero lives four miles from the U.S. border with Mexico. He can see the fence from his living room window.
Los bautistas del sur están ayudando a las víctimas de una tormenta invernal inusual y desastrosa en Texas, donde casi medio millón de residentes aún no tienen electricidad o agua debido a tuberías congeladas y rotas.
Southern Baptists are helping victims of an unusual and disastrous winter storm in Texas, where nearly half a million residents are still without electricity or have no water because of frozen and burst pipes.
When the COVID-19 pandemic brought Brazil’s economy to a screeching halt, the already impoverished were the ones most affected by the sudden loss of income.