Maryland/Delaware Roundup June 9, 2022
“For those of you who were baptized into Christ have been clothed with Christ. There is no Jew or Greek,
7 Steps to Increase Church Safety and Security
For many years, I was bi-vocational. I worked full-time as a police officer in Maryland and part-time as an associate
Reporting Child Abuse or Neglect
BCM/D’s statement on May 24, 2022 in regards to the SBC Guidepost report released on Sunday, May 22, 2022: “We
Maryland/Delaware Roundup 5/26/22
If anyone serves me, he must follow me. Where I am, there my servant also will be. If anyone serves
BBA Night of Unity With Michael Crawford
TIMONIUM, Md. — The Baltimore Baptist Association (BBA) welcomed pastors and wives to a “Night of Unity” dinner with BCM/D
Pastoral Family Grapples With Trauma After Sexual Abuse
Journey Through the Darkness — the Aftermath of Sexual Abuse Hughesville Baptist Church Pastor Derek Yelton and his wife, Joy,
Including Children with Disabilities in Your Ministry
It’s ok to do something small. But everyone needs to do something. At the “Every Child Belongs” special needs conference
Every Picture Tells A Story
(Editor’s Note) Our Spring Issue of BaptistLIFE magazine features a unique picture, painted especially for us by Artist Adron Dozat.
Restorative Justice
While self-disclosure is often frowned upon in the fields of psychology and psychiatry, I do it when I think it
Child Abuse Prevention & Sexual Abuse Awareness Month
We urge all churches to join in this national effort by dedicating yourselves to the task of creating and improving prevention systems within our churches. Prevention remains our best defense.
Does Your Church Intentionally Welcome Families With Disabilities?
“Let’s not make it any harder for families to obey Hebrews 10:25. Let’s not be the reason someone is not able to meet together with believers.”
Southern Baptists Mobilize to Serve Ukrainian Refugees
The groups SBDR will be sending are trained volunteers who have been specifically requested by SR, IMB, and local ministry partners.