Baptist Resource Network Executive Director Barry Whitworth urges churches to pray for our North American missionaries and challenges your church to give and support their work through the Annie Armstrong Week of Prayer and Easter Offering on March 7-14.
The Baptist Resource Network's Elizabeth Benge shares the 'Top 5' resources and opportunities for February 2020
“It’ll begin to break your heart as you travel around the city,” Rob Wilton said. “You see a lot of empty church buildings that basically have become more like museums than they have mission centers.”
“Hurricane Maria was the worst disaster in Puerto Rican history, but what really gets to me is not what Maria did to our property but what it’s done to our people,” Jonathan Santiago said.
While Kirk Kirkland saw the beauty in the city, he knew there was brokenness there too.
GenSend is NAMB’s missions development program that enables college-age students, age 18 to 25, to serve in a NAMB Send City for six-to-eight weeks and learn how to live their lives on mission.
“We can see so many ethnic groups living together in one town, in one place, in one city. We have to open our eyes, our strategy and our hearts to reach out to the ethnic groups living among us,” says Mojic Baldandorj.
Five years ago, there were only two Hispanic Canadian Baptist churches in the entire province of Ontario in Canada. One of those churches was located on the west side of Toronto. But what about the east side?