IMB President Paul Chitwood greets the organization’s trustees from the IMB’s Richmond, Va., home office studio during the trustees’ virtual meeting on Sept. 30. The meeting was moved from in-person to virtual as a result of COVID-19. IMB By Leslie Peacock Caldwell RICHMOND – International Mission Board trustees unanimously approved the appointment of 80 full-time, fully funded […]
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Over the past two years, the Cobbs trained 100 church leaders in an area of South Asia that is a well-known Buddhist pilgrimage site.
IMB photo RICHMOND – The coronavirus has left virtually no country unaffected. Unrelenting and indiscriminate, the COVID-19 pandemic has threatened the welfare of millions and has wreaked havoc on economic infrastructures worldwide. Countless families have lost work and income, making it next to impossible to acquire adequate food and daily supplies. Even in the world’s […]
Over the past few months, my morning routine has consisted of the same few activities: exercising, reading Scripture, and browsing through news sites of my country of service. Every day I hope to catch something––anything––about borders reopening or visas being issued. So far, my browsing hasn’t produced any results. In March of this year, my […]
For Seo, the decision to follow Jesus was an obvious one. Once he found freedom in Christ, there was no turning back…
Clyde Meador, who serves as executive advisor to the president at the International Mission Board, retires service —or, more accurately, re-retiring—on June 12 after more than 45 years of service to Southern Baptists. Retires Service to Indonesia from 1974 Meador and his wife, Elaine, began their missionary service with the Southern Baptist Convention entity in […]
“…I realized God hadn’t called me to be comfortable.”
“I’ve come full circle.”
“We highly value all our field personnel and their partners…”
…to date approximately 1,500 people have viewed the baptism online.
By Stella McMillianEAST ASIA (BP) — Normally, there wouldn’t be anything noteworthy about Jane* and her family having other local believers over for dinner. But recently, life has been anything but normal. As the coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread throughout East Asia and other parts of the world, many cities including Jane’s have imposed restrictions on […]