Members from a group of churches traveled from Kampala to Arua through central and northern Uganda sharing their faith and baptizing.
When a series of tornados ripped through West Liberty, Ky. in early March, a trail of death and destruction was left in their wakes. The wreckage from the tornados created a need – a need that was answered by nearly 70 college students from across the country during spring break.
Twelve volunteers traveled to South Africa in March to share Christ in squatter camps outside of Johannesburg.
Recently, a very special team of workers—missionary kids—contributed to repairs of Sanyati Baptist Hospital in Zimbabwe.
I had worked in Peru for 30 years before, but I never had seen response like there is now.
The SBC of Virginia is planning a trip to Botswana in late March 2012 to identify ways we can support the spread of the Gospel there.
A young man faces persecution after following the Lord in baptism, missionary kids are ministered to at camp, and Daren and Shawna make plans to fly to Senegal.
News from the K2 Cluster for the beginning of 2012
With Southern Cross Bible Distribution and the unexpected earthquake and tsunami, Southern Baptists have been kept busy ministering in the Pacific Rim.
Libyans begin to be more open to the Gospel.
Information about Florida Baptist Convention’s and Southern Baptist Convention Disaster Relief and Recovery’s Rebuild Haiti project.
Wallace and Kim shared how the Lord was using Chosen Children Ministries (CCM) to minister to the people of Nicaragua. As a result, 27 individuals were led to become a unified team to serve with CCM in Nicaragua the week of May 14th.