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A Buddhist monk was the first person to approach her booth in 2010, the year Lisa Vang began an outreach to the 30,000 or more people who annually trek to the annual Hmong International Freedom Festival in Como Park.Category: Baptist Press, National MissionsRead more
Following a two-day evangelism training session in conjunction with the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Phoenix, the Fellowship of Native American Christians is setting its sights on what executive director Gary Hawkins calls "self-propagating, self-promoting, self-supporting" efforts to reach American Indians for Christ.Category: Baptist Press, National MissionsRead more
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Encouraging reports of transformed lives have come flooding in as Southern Baptist hunger ministries accounted for their stewardship of Global Hunger Relief (GHR) resources in 2016.Category: Baptist Press, International Missions, National MissionsRead more
"It's the Baptists," the volunteer said. "Oh man, let me tell you. You ain't seen nothing like those Baptists. They come roaring in with all kinds of trucks and trailers. They set up these huge kitchens, start cooking and they don't stop until we tell them we don't need any more. See, we have these big containers -- I forget what we call them ... sort of like a large ice chest...."Category: Baptist Press, National MissionsRead more
Imagine not taking in food or drink during daylight hours for 28 days straight. Envision what it would be like for that practice to be directly linked to your standing in society or your stature with God.Category: Baptist Press, International Missions, National MissionsRead more
The Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission has joined with other faith organizations to urge the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a lower-court ruling that a federal anti-discrimination law regarding sex covers gender identity.Category: Baptist Press, National MissionsRead more