“With digital engagement, we are able to reach into places we can’t normally go,” said one IMB missionary
When International Mission Board missionary Moses knew that God was calling him to go make disciples on islands near Senegal, his knee-jerk response was no. His hesitance had nothing to do with disobedience or uncertainty …
“It’s incredible what God allows us to be a part of when we join in His mission,” said IMB President Paul Chitwood. “And it’s only going to get batter as Southern Baptists work together on mission through Send Relief.
On Valentine’s evening, many Southern Baptists gathered in Phoenix, Arizona, to celebrate the latest group of missionaries heading to the nations with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Keith Jefferson believes that retired missionaries are valuable to the ongoing mobilization of churches because they not only have experience, but they also have contacts — if they’ll keep up with them.
This spring, the IMB will host a Sender’s Summit, where leaders from four ministries that are excelling at mobilizing their constituencies will share their methods to encourage other churches to be on mission.
The new Christian thought a small Bible study group was a great idea, but she had one stipulation. She didn’t want it to be a small group exclusively for those her age. It needed to be intergenerational.
A 20-year partnership between the International Mission Board and Fusion, a missions program from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Spurgeon College in Kansas City, Missouri, has helped students live a missional life.
“It’s one thing to believe the Bible, read the stories and have faith in what you’re believing in. It’s another thing altogether to be a part in some way of the history of it all.”