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Denver's beauty, spiritual need seen by NAMB trusteesDENVER (BP) -- Set against a backdrop of freshly snow-capped mountains on the front range of Colorado's Rockies, North American Mission Board trustees saw firsthand how Southern Baptist church planters are countering spiritual darkness in the midst of a recreational paradise.
On the Monday before their Oct. 4-5 meeting, trustees loaded onto buses to visit church planters at their places of ministry. One, Kevin Hasenack, is planting Calvary Church Denver in one of the most diverse communities in the area. Read More
Family takes 'insane' step to plant churchDENVER (BP) -- Rob Burgess couldn't help but laugh. His wife's suggestion seemed preposterous -- move their family of five, including a junior in high school, from Orlando, Fla., to Denver for a year to help start a new church.
"You're insane," Rob told Amy with a laugh. Amy's response? So were the disciples. Read More
TRUSTEES: "Sending" churches neededBOSTON (BP) -- Kevin Ezell issued a call to Southern Baptist churches to come alongside church planters in North America in a way that will encourage, strengthen and provide accountability as they seek to take the Gospel to under-reached areas.
"Every church regardless of size can be a sending church. It has everything to do with engagement, not with money," said Ezell, president of the North American Mission Board. "It is not based on how much money you contribute." Read More
Pastor care line offers confidential helpALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) -- Southern Baptist pastors struggling through personal or professional crisis now have a confidential place to turn, thanks to a new partnership between the North American Mission Board and Focus on the Family.
The care line -- dedicated exclusively to Southern Baptist pastors, chaplains and missionaries -- is toll-free at 1-844-PASTOR1. Calls are answered by Focus on the Family's Family Help Center and remain completely confidential. No information about the name of the pastor or the church will be provided to NAMB. Read More