The scholarship will be in honor of George Liele, an African American and emancipated slave who became the founding pastor of First Bryan Baptist Church and First African Baptist Church in Savannah, Georgia.
This information helps us to see what’s going on in the life of the churches. It’s a snapshot of each individual church. When all the snapshots are together, a collage emerges that reflects the movement of God throughout our convention.
The incarnation is the model for highly effective preaching. We bring forth the Word revealed in Scripture and meet men “halfway” to show that whichever “objects they fixed their sense(s)” are realized only in God through Christ.
BCM/D churches reach their communities through the Delaware Racing Ministry and health fairs, observe the sanctity of life, and see fruit from Christmas outreaches. In addition, the popular Ministers’ Tax Seminar is just around the corner.
Gifts given to the “Well Done Fund” will be used specifically to strengthen the capacity of Disaster Relief. Our initial project will be the building of a small rapid-response mobile kitchen, capable of serving 300-500 meals daily and operated with a crew of 2-3 people.
For those wondering if the International Mission Board has a place for them to serve into the Revelation 7:9 vision, the answer is probably yes! If an individual is Southern Baptist and aligned theologically with the Baptist Faith and Message 2000, the IMB wants to help them discover how they can advance the kingdom.