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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.
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Austin Coleman doesn’t have to think long when asked how a summer in New York City as a North American Mission Board student missionary impacted him.
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On Easter Sunday the community surrounding Bales Avenue Community Church in Kansas City, Mo., came together to celebrate two resurrections. The first and most important was Jesus’ resurrection from the grave. The second—the church’s new beginning after decades of decline—visibly illustrated the first.
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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.
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Prestonwood partners with planters for Boston Marathon ministry Most years, when Prestonwood Baptist Church’s young singles take mission trips to Boston, they arrive a week before the Boston Marathon and leave the day after.
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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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Chaplain Col. Matthew M. Goff opened the Fort Hood memorial
service April 9 honoring soldiers slain and wounded in last week’s shooting
spree by asking God “to walk with us to the valley of our grief.” Goff
is a chaplain endorsed by the Southern Baptist Convention and resourced by the
North American Mission Board.
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More than 260 church planters, pastors and spouses came together in Nashville, Tenn., to learn about and engage with Send North America through the Discover North America Experience, held March 31-April 1.
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The April 9 memorial service honoring shooting victims at Fort Hood, Texas, will “be an important step in the healing process for a deeply grieving community,” said Doug Carver, executive director for chaplaincy at the North American Mission Board. The shooting spree left four dead, including the gunman, with 16 people injured.
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most of your members learned to drive during the Obama administration, a large
portion of tithes come from part-time earners and your church turns over most
of its membership every four to five years, you have a unique set of ministry challenges.
And it’s easy to think you’re struggling through these issues by yourself.
That’s what it’s like to lead a collegiate church plant.
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