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Africa | Jan. 3 2013

2012 Year in Review

It may not have felt like it, because a lot of people burned the candle at both ends in 2012, but in a variety of ways this past year was like... [READ MORE]

Africa | Nov. 29 2012

100 years after Lottie Moon’s death, IMB missionaries still risking it all

Nepalese pastors brave threats and bombs to see Christ’s name glorified in the Himalayas.  Believers in West Africa bury a Christian... [READ MORE]

Administration Issues | Nov. 29 2012

Lottie Moon gave her life to answer question, ‘How many can I reach?’

She died on board a ship 100 years ago Christmas Eve — sick, exhausted, brokenhearted over leaving her beloved Chinese friends in their... [READ MORE]

Africa | Oct. 4 2012

‘Jesus’ wife’ fragment authenticity doubted

Various news outlets caused a stir over the announcement of a small, newly translated Coptic manuscript fragment indicating that Jesus may have... [READ MORE]

Hunger/Poverty/Welfare | Jan. 26 2012

Baptist school, orphanage officially open in Haiti

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — A building housing a school for 200 preschool, kindergarten and primary students and an orphanage for 50 children... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Nov. 17 2011

Montgomery couple see ‘God’s hand at work’ in Jacmel

Just five months into their new roles as on-site coordinators of Alabama Baptists’ partnership with Jacmel, Haiti, Tommy and Joy Schwindling... [READ MORE]

Alabama | Nov. 17 2011

Children’s Hope Orphanage continues to grow, plans for phase 2

When a group from First Baptist Church, Montgomery, took its first missions trip to Jacmel, Haiti, in August 2010, it discovered 16 orphaned... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Nov. 17 2011

Teams focus on construction, medical needs, evangelism, discipleship

When the January 2010 earthquake inflicted severe damage in Haiti, Alabama Baptists responded immediately through disaster relief ministry. After... [READ MORE]

National News | Jul. 14 2011

First class of prison chaplains graduates in Cuba

ASHEVILLE, N.C. — A total of 87 pastors and lay leaders made up the first graduating class of prison chaplains in Cuba on June 16. Co-sponsored... [READ MORE]

Asia | Jun. 9 2011

Work among Jews expanding globally

White and blue flags rustled in the breeze, and kebab sizzled on the grill. Ben Martin, a Christian worker from Alabama, gathered the group around... [READ MORE]

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