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NAMB luncheon encourages ‘normative-sized’ churches in their mission

INDIANAPOLIS (BP) —Though the title of the luncheon was the NAMB Small Church Pastors’ Luncheon, Mark Clifton called it a misnomer.

Messengers vote to refer sexual abuse reform priorities to SBC Executive Committee

INDIANAPOLIS (BP) – On Tuesday afternoon, June 11, messengers to the 2024 Southern Baptist Convention in Indianapolis overwhelmingly approved two recommendations brought forward by the SBC Abuse Reform and Implementation Task Force (ARITF).

Mac Lake encourages slow, intentional leadership development at SBCAL

INDIANAPOLIS (BP) – Southern Baptist associational leaders concluded their two-day annual conference on Monday (June 10) with a roundtable discussion from experienced peers and a plenary session led by Mac Lake, CEO of the Multiply Group.

More than 30 respond to the Gospel during Crossover Student Rally

CARMEL, Ind. (BP) – When Jared Barham brought students from his Indianapolis church to the first-ever Crossover Student Rally at Harvest Church in Carmel, Ind., he had big hopes. The associate pastor of youth at Northside Baptist Church in Indianapolis hoped they’d hear the Gospel from a different voice and learn about how to share it with their friends.

Sex abuse task force releases report, recommendations

NASHVILLE (BP) – On Tuesday (June 4) Southern Baptists’ Abuse Reform and Implementation Task Force (ARITF) released its final report and recommendations ahead of the 2024 SBC Annual Meeting in Indianapolis. The recommendations highlight the release of a new curriculum designed to help local churches of all sizes “establish or evaluate their abuse prevention and response plan.”

Memorial Day: Veteran reflects on sacrifices of fellow soldiers

TAMPA, Fla. (BP) – Chief Warrant Officer Anthony “Tony” Prescott can’t forget the evening of August 7, 2015. At 10:15 p.m., when a Taliban suicide bomber breached the gate of Camp Integrity, a small coalition base near Kabul, Afghanistan, Prescott was among the first on the scene.

NAMB training helps churches develop evangelistic culture

NAPLES, Florida (BP) – When Pastor Chris Butler took the helm at North Naples Baptist Church in 2016, he inherited a congregation on the brink of closure, dwindled to just 40 members. Just two weeks into his pastoral tenure, multiple outside ministries came to him and asked whether the church was selling its building.

NAMB, Indiana Baptists preparing for Crossover evangelistic push in Indy

INDIANAPOLIS (BP) – "Indianapolis is known for a lot of really cool things, such as the Indianapolis Colts and the Indy 500, but what if it became known as the birthplace of the next Great Awakening for students?"

ERLC to host annual meeting lunch with former VP Mike Pence

INDIANAPOLIS (BP) – Southern Baptists will once again welcome former Vice President Mike Pence to their annual meeting in June. The onetime Republican governor of Indiana will headline a lunch event sponsored by the SBC’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission entitled, "Navigating Faith in the Public Square: A Conversation with Mike Pence” at the convention’s annual meeting on June 11 at 11:30 a.m. in Indianapolis.

Some churches shatter Annie Offering goals

BRANFORD, Fla. (BP) -- When Pastor Brett Patterson set a $2,000 Annie Armstrong Easter Offering (AAEO) goal for Hatch Bend Baptist Church earlier this year, it seemed like a bit of a stretch. That was double the church’s goal from recent years.