Lostness around the world is growing every day. In fact, 59% of the world’s population remains unreached. This means there are less than 2% evangelical Christians within their people group or nearby.
International Mission Board missionaries Don and Pam Lynch can be found working with their coffee cart any time the weather allows people in Ghent, Belgium, to be outside. It’s a way to meet their neighbors and have gospel conversations.
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The International Mission Board recently had a conversation with Tom Hicks, the IMB’s new director of global health strategies, during the International Baptist Hospital Consortium in Southeast Asia.
“We must step out of our comfort zones,” Jermaiya said, wanting to encourage other Black students considering missions. “Don’t worry about the unknowns …”
Like most boys at Southern Hills Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 6-year-old Ethan Gee wanted to win the penny war against the girls.
A total of 49 individuals who answered God’s call on their lives and were appointed as International Mission Board missionaries during the Sending Celebration Nov. 14 at Idlewild Baptist Church in Tampa, Florida.