Resources for Video

From SIN to SAINT Louis

From SIN to SAINT Louis

https://vimeo.com/247517692 Kempton Turner met Jesus in the most unexpected way in the most unexpected place. ,...
Planter Spouse Care

Planter Spouse Care

Kathy Litton interviews three spouses to gather insights for church planters to consider as they encourage...
GC Challenge Overview

GC Challenge Overview

https://vimeo.com/236827201 The GC (Gospel Conversations) Challenge is an opportunity to join together as churches, associations and...
Generosity

Generosity

https://vimeo.com/208389367 NAMB Vice-President Kim Robinson has a conversation with Jack Alexander, chairman of The Reimagine Group...
Send 2020 Promo

Send 2020 Promo

The Send Conference is a two-day gathering of local churches that want to see a movement...
Fabian Perea — Denver

Fabian Perea — Denver

Because of your prayers and faithful giving to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering, North American missionary...
Catch the Vision

Catch the Vision

The best way to catch the vision for ministry in the places that need it most...
2018 Guía para empezar

2018 Guía para empezar

Some practical tips and how-to’s for promoting the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering in your church. This...
Send Network Overview

Send Network Overview

There places on earth that are like no place on earth–places that you and your church...
This Is NAMB

This Is NAMB

We are the North American Mission Board. We connect you and your church to your next...
Disciple Making – John O.

Disciple Making – John O.

https://vimeo.com/195315011 Disciple-making is the sum total of what Christ came to do. Here, John O. introduces...
This is NAMB (Spanish)

This is NAMB (Spanish)

En la Junta de misiones norteamericanas tenemos como razón de ser el movilizar a los Bautistas...
Planting in the City

Planting in the City

When Rich Perez was growing up in his New York City neighborhood, he always heard that...
Portrait of a Neighborhood

Portrait of a Neighborhood

https://vimeo.com/206110222 Time Magazine calls Clarkston, Ga., “the most diverse square mile in the nation.” Here’s why....