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Sometimes it’s a fence, sometimes it’s a highway and sometimes it’s the railroad that literally puts you on the wrong side of the tracks. In Columbus, Ohio, Parsons Avenue divides the extensive Southside neighborhood into the haves and the have-nots. Stowe Mission of Central Ohio is an outpost of hope sitting right on that line.
Date Created: 8/20/2015 3:12:40 PM
When Randy Corn arrived in Gulfport, Miss., in April of 2006, with a team of Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) volunteers, he expected to spend most of his week doing construction projects. Six months after Hurricane Katrina had devastated the city, there was plenty of work to keep the whole team busy. Already the group, from Biltmore Baptist Church in Arden, N.C., had served in the area multiple times and seen many give their lives to Christ.
Date Created: 8/18/2015 11:20:55 AM
A world-renowned illusionist; a working-mom and neighborhood missionary; a former NFL kicker; and an entrepreneur-turned-executive sat down with Ed Stetzer during the 2015 Send North America Conference to talk about their personal experiences taking missions into everyday life.
Date Created: 8/17/2015 5:13:43 PM
The significant role of the Cooperative Program in Southern Baptist life took center stage at the 2015 Send North America Conference during a main session panel discussion led by Kevin Ezell on Aug. 4.
Date Created: 8/13/2015 1:03:00 PM
As thousands of 2015 Send North America Conference attendees returned to their everyday lives, leaders of the event said the real long-term impact will be measured in the next steps participants take to live out their faith daily.
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The gathering is history. Now, 13,500 believers are unleashed to make history.
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“We are going to send until the whole world hears,” said Kevin Ezell, concluding the final session of the 2015 Send North America Conference. “This is not about a conference. This is about a movement. We are going to send and motivate people to send.”
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One name. That is what Louie Giglio, the 2015 Send North America Conference evening session keynote speaker, told attendees they need to focus on. “We are celebrating the gospel—and a name,” said Giglio, pastor of Atlanta’s Passion City Church. “The gospel is not that sin made us bad. It is worse than that. Sin made us dead. But Jesus stepped into our dilemma. He did not leave His throne to make us good people. He came to make us not dead.”
Date Created: 8/4/2015 6:27:31 PM
A sold-out crowd of 13,000 from all 50 states
and four Canadian provinces flooded into Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena to
celebrate the call of Jesus and the response of life on mission at the 2015 Send
North America Conference Monday.
Date Created: 8/4/2015 10:06:07 AM
“True growth only comes through scattering and gain only comes by losing. It’s counterintuitive, but it’s true,” said sending church pastor J.D. Greear of Summit Church in Raleigh, N.C., keynote speaker for the opening session of the 2015 Send North America Conference.
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