Serve Seniors During COVID-19
By Ellen Udovich COLUMBIA, Md. — Maryland/Delaware Disaster Relief has several opportunities for church members to serve vulnerable senior citizens
Town Hall: You are not alone
By Sharon Mager “You are not alone” was the prevailing theme of the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware’s (BCM/D) virtual Town
Ministering to hidden, forgotten people
By Shannon Baker RANDALLSTOWN, Md – When Amberle Brown, a member of Freedom Church Baltimore, in Baltimore, Maryland, was a
Preparing for the coronavirus
Compiled by Ellen Udovich News outlets and social media have been filled with stories about coronavirus, a respiratory virus that
Register now for BCM/D Special Needs Conference
RANDALLSTOWN, Md. — Are you seeking to start or strengthen your church’s special needs ministry? The Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware’s
Sandra Peoples shares about “Unexpected Blessings”
by Sharon Mager HOUSTON, Texas — Sandra Peoples has a sister, Syble, with Down Syndrome and a son, James, who
Pastor with autism shares his journey
By Sharon Mager Lamar Hardwick is a pastor and he has autism. His website’s domain name is, so you
BCM/D seminar answers church tax questions
By Sharon Mager COLUMBIA, Md. — The BCM/D’s annual Ministers Tax Seminar is one of the most popular, highly attended
ESL teacher training starts on Jan 25
LAUREL, Md.—Jessie Liang (not her real name) earned a Ph.D. in China, but when her husband’s job moved her to
BCM/D Men’s Conference will focus on truth
By Sharon Mager MIDDLETOWN, Md. — What’s better than gathering with a group of Christian men for fellowship, great food,
BCM/D 184th Annual Meeting: Encouraging Pastors
Missions — to Kenya and beyond
By Sharon Mager OCEAN CITY, Md. — Jaclyn Phillips could hardly contain her excitement at the 2018 Baptist Convention of