General Mission Board meets on the mountain
By Sharon Mager MIDDLETOWN, Maryland — The General Mission Board (GMB) of the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware (BCM/D) met on
Night to Shine: What about those who cannot attend?
By Tom Stolle Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of attending the Delmarva Night to Shine celebration, a prom
Maryland/Delaware Roundup May 24, 2019
“The Lord is my shepherd; I have what I need. He lets me lie down in green pastures; he leads me beside quiet
What churches today can (and should) learn from Paul’s defense before Felix
By Brian Tubbs Marcus Antonius Felix, the Roman procurator of Iudaea Province, had a problem. And it was standing right
Transformation Church to host a multiethnic youth conference to bridge the generations
By Sharon Mager NEWARK, Delaware—Transformation Church, a four-year-old church plant with about 60 members, will host a youth conference from
Christian liberty and the law
By Harold Phillips Sometimes, the New Testament believer has a hard time distinguishing the line between right and wrong. Some
Former BCM/D Executive Director Charles Barnes leaves a legacy of missions, compassion, and joy
By Sharon Mager SEVERNA PARK, Md. — Charles Barnes, who served as executive director of the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware
Blake Hardcastle Reflects on more than two decades of campus ministry
By Sharon Mager NEWARK, De. — Blake Hardcastle remembers the day he interviewed with the Delaware Baptist Association (DBA) for
Maryland/Delaware Roundup May 16, 2019
“God is our refuge and strength, a helper who is always found in times of trouble. Therefore we will not be
Why should I consider a short-term, international mission trip now?
By John Gauger Why should I consider a short-term, international mission trip now? The first reason is the Great Commission
Emily Reedy says, “Camp lit a fire in me”
By Sharon Mager Emily Reedy, director of Skycroft Conference Center in Middletown, Md., looks up from fastidiously arranging the center’s
#SBC19: A year’s vision recapped toward more advance
by J.D. Greear BIRMINGHAM, Ala., (BP) — Last year, after accepting the nomination for presidency of the SBC, I laid