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Andrew Jones had a loving family, a good job, and great friends in the Kentucky town where he was born and raised. Last year, he and his wife left it all and moved to Salt Lake City.
86% of the people in Morgan County, Utah belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. How do you start a Southern Baptist church in a place like that? Jeff Hurlbut knows how.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was the only church Derek Collings and his family ever knew. The day that changed is the day The Prayer began.
On August 29, 2005 Hurricane Katrina slammed into Southeast Louisiana and the Mississippi coast. The deadly storm became the most expensive natural disaster in United States history. Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers were among the first to respond to the need. This video looks back at how they served and how the lessons learned still shape Southern Baptist relief efforts today.
NAMB CFO Carlos Ferrer escaped Cuba as a child with his family, coming to the United States. Southern Baptists befriended the family and shared the gospel with them.
The gathering is history. Now, 13,500 believers are unleashed to make history.
Is there a future for churches in the city? How can believers overcome issues of access, cost and suspicion normally associated with urban areas? In this segment, city planner Aaron Fortner answers questions many believers might ask as they seek to engage urban-dwellers with the Gospel.
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