Scripture instructs the wise person to "count the cost." This aptly applies to conversations about the Cooperative Program.
Southern Baptists continue to bring help, healing and hope to hundreds of people in New York and New Jersey affected by the Oct. 29, 2012 storm.
Spotlighting the ministries of Vision Virginia.
Though Japan's 'triple disaster' happened three years ago, Southern Baptists continue to provide what BGR partners call 'heart care,' building on a foundation laid by Global Hunger Relief and Baptist Global Response.
One reason the church has, and must, concern itself with feeding the hungry that Jesus taught "the last shall be first" and we believe we should model his other-directed servant leadership.
Lives are transformed in a Louisiana neighborhood severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina as church members invite residents to "come with us" instead of "come to us."
Hunger is not someone else's problem; it's our problem as Southern Baptists. Through Global Hunger Relief, we are working together to do something tangible to help our neglected neighbors.
Lottie Moon Christmas Offering: We can accomplish more together than you or I can by ourselves. That is the guiding principle of Southern Baptist missions.
SBC of Virginia reaction to David Platt as new IMB president.
NAMB president Kevin Ezell shares his code of conduct for helping those in ministry avoid moral failure.
More about David Platt as new IMB President.
David Platt is elected as IMB President.