Beginning in the fall of 2021, Send Relief plans to facilitate compassion ministry by hosting monthly mission trips in cities across North America.
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There are reports of widespread damage in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. Zeta is the fifth named storm to hit Louisiana this year.
“2020 was the greatest Annie Armstrong Offering in the history of the North American Mission Board,” Ezell said. “It was not the largest. But it was the greatest.”
As Hurricane Sally’s deluge flooded Alabama and the Florida Panhandle Wednesday (Sept. 16), Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) readied its response.
“Pray for our chaplains as they minister courageously, listen compassionately, pray fervently, and preach boldly the hope of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to their troops and their families.”
“The majority of Mongolians are Buddhist. So, especially when people immigrate to different places, they like to hold tight to their tradition.”
Roughly one-third of GenSend summer missionaries move to cities after college with the goal of living on mission alongside North American Mission Board missionaries once they arrive. Reid Morrison (left), Ebbie Davis (center), and Liz Olear (right) are examples of students who made such a decision after serving with GenSend. DANIEL DELGADO/NAMB By Brandon Elrod […]
The Send Relief ministry center in Kentucky has sent out supplies to assist other ministry centers across the nation, including 6,000 meals to New York City so they could provide for people who are under quarantine or are restricted to confinement in some way. TAYLOR FIELD/BP
Rob Wilton, a 2020 Annie Armstrong Easter Offering Week of Prayer missionary, interacts with congregants after a Sunday service. Wilton moved from New Orleans to Pittsburgh to start Vintage Church Pittsburgh in order to be a part of a new wave of churches launching to reach those in need in the city. DANIEL DELGADO/NAMB
Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico in 2017. Roughly two and a half years later, survivors continue to rebuild. Jonathan Santiago, a 2020 Annie Armstrong Easter Offering Week of Prayer missionary, directs the North American Mission Board’s compassion ministry on the island through Send Relief. DANIEL DELGADO/NAMB
“What would it look like to leave everything we’ve ever known…”