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If you have a favorite sports team you know how much fun it is to celebrate the wins. In every area of life I think it’s important to take a moment and observe significant achievement. We need to do that in ministry as well and recently we’ve had some important wins in Southern Baptist college ministry.
Date Created: 8/7/2014 3:14:28 PM
We talk a lot at NAMB about lostness rates and church-to-population ratios because these are the numbers that help prioritize our efforts. By far the least-reached area of North America is Quebec and our efforts there are concentrated on metropolitan Montreal where 3.8 million people live.
Date Created: 7/2/2014 4:09:34 PM
When he talks you don’t hear a Texas
twang, just tales of a love for sharing the gospel with the people of Long
Island. Native Texan Sterling Edwards is the
lead pastor of Crossroads Church of Long Island, which he launched in Farmingdale
in 2006, and followed with a second location in East Islip in 2012.
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Recently I wrote about NAMB’s church-centric approach to church planting, evangelism and raising up the next generation of missionaries and leaders. In short—NAMB exists to serve churches, not the other way around. That’s why Jesus established the Church and what He empowered it to do—go into all the world and make disciples.
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In 2006, Knoxville, Tenn.-native Casey Hyde first visited New York City. Seven years later, the 23-year-old found himself in Brooklyn ready to take part in Generation Send, a 10-week urban ministry internship program hosted by NAMB. Recently, Hyde shared five minutes of his day with us.
Date Created: 4/23/2014 3:34:44 PM
I love visiting with pastors and local churches. But often when I do a pastor will tell me, “Let me know if there is anything we can do for NAMB.” I appreciate the spirit behind that offer, but it is exactly opposite of how I view NAMB. The way I see it, NAMB exists to serve churches and to assist churches in their ministry.
Date Created: 4/17/2014 12:29:03 PM
In 2013, 23-year-old Whitney Mire moved to Brooklyn to participate in a 10-week Generation Send internship through the North American Mission Board. At the close of her internship, Mire, a native of St. Amant, La., decided to remain in New York to start her professional career and continue ministering in an urban context. Recently, Mire shared five minutes of her day with us
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If you connect with NAMB very often you hear a lot about church
plants and the great need we have for adding thousands more in the years ahead.
You also hear us talk about the need to revitalize the thousands of SBC
churches that are dying or at risk. But there is another kind of church that is
absolutely essential if we are to accomplish church planting or church
revitalization: established, partnering churches with a heart for pushing back
lostness in North America for Christ.
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