The Baptist Churches of New England made history Nov. 4 when they elected Lierte Soares Jr., a Massachusetts pastor from Brazil, as their president.
“Yes, there is much darkness in Vermont. Yes, there is much devastation in Vermont. But YES, there is also much Kingdom opportunity in Vermont.”
Portland, Maine is not generally considered a hub for immigrants. The city is often known more for its lobsters, cobblestone streets and an iconic lighthouse.
Terry Dorsett, executive director of the Baptist Churches of New England (BCNE), will take a leave of absence to care for his wife, Kay, who
By now many have probably heard about the crisis of pastoral vacancies. The average age of pastors has skyrocketed, in statistical terms, in a drastically
Pastoral transitions happen. Life happens. And sometimes pastors need to move on. If not, in time, our mortality will force a transition! Those can be
Aaron Cockrum is planning “to do something radically different” in central New Hampshire. When he and his wife, Linda, a chaplain with Marketplace Chaplains, decided
What if you went on a missions trip as a family? What if your family partnered with missionaries for a long weekend or week, learning
Some churches are partnering with immigrant groups for ministry purposes, others are looking to reach immigrant groups within their surrounding areas. Here are some basic
A New England native with family roots in Egypt and an abiding love for mentoring teenagers and young adults has been serving churches since the