VBS Clinics Offered In-Person and Online
This year’s BCM/D VBS training will be unique. Leaders can participate through in-person training, virtual preparation, or both.
Need for Interim Pastors Increases
By Sharon Mager The Kairos Baptist Church was proud of their pastor’s commitment to Kairos. Dr. Aeon and his wife,
Chess, Not Checkers
By Sharon Mager How are you leading your organization – like a game of checkers, with quick moves and interchangeable
Register for Online Teaching Roundtables
Registration is open for the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware's (BCM/D) Teaching Roundtable offered online on August 27 and 29.
Creating an Ethnically Inclusive Children’s Ministry
By Kris Buckman I’m excited to share that our final scheduled online Kidmin Forum meeting on June 30 will focus
Reopening Churches: BCM/D Town Hall
As COVID-19 restrictions eventually lift, church leaders are considering potential changes, challenges, and opportunities. Following the popular first COVID-19 Virtual
Register now for regional “Renovate” conference
By Sharon Mager  Based on sheer statistics, today’s churches in America thirst for revitalization. Nationwide, some researchers estimate up to
Preaching Roundtable Conferences offered from April to August throughout Maryland/Delaware
Plan now to participate in BCM/D’s “Preaching Roundtable.” You’ll hear from nationally respected preaching leaders who will teach and facilitate
Simulcast to focus on ministering to traumatized children
By Sharon Mager NEW FREEDOM, Pa. — Mason Dixon Baptist Church (MDBC), in New Freedom, Pa., will show the “Empowered
Join an international celebration of Jesus at Language Music Festival on Palm Sunday
By Sharon Mager SILVER SPRING, Md. — Global Mission Church, will once again host the annual Language Church Music Celebration
Southern Baptists march for life in Washington
by Tom Strode WASHINGTON (BP) — Southern Baptists joined tens of thousands of other Americans in demonstrating their pro-life convictions
David Crowder and Newsboys to be part of Ocean City Jellyfish Festival and your church can be involved
By Sharon Mager OCEAN CITY, Md. — It’s cold outside now, but summer’s coming, and here’s something to look forward