Prayer Desperately Needed for Russian Churches
As necessary sanctions rise to halt the efforts of the Russian regime, it’s the people of Russia, rather than government leaders, who are feeling the most pain right now. The price of milk has risen five or six times what it was weeks ago. Car parts are scarce, and most flights are unavailable. Still, the churches are doing what they can to help Ukrainian refugees who have fled to Russia.
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.
Ukrainian Christians Find Solace with Polish Baptists
Pastor Henryk Skrzypkowski and members of CBC opened the Christian Transit Center (CTC) for Ukrainian refugees and have received more than 2,000 refugees. The center has beds for 200 people, and their registration desk and kitchen are open 24 hours.
Pray for “Beach Reach”
Hi all! This is Jess Senasack, the Baptist student minister at the University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP). Currently, we
BCM/D Assists Ukrainian Refugees
The Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware (BCM/D) has formed Ukraine Relief, an initiative to connect local believers with Ukrainian refugees to show mercy and advance the spread of the gospel.
Polish Baptists respond to support Ukrainian refugees
“It’s just cool to see Polish Baptists stepping up and taking care of their neighbors. They’ve done that for a long time now, but this is a different level,” Brownd said.
Introducing Pathways: Prevention and Protection
Our goal is that 100% of BCM/D affiliated churches be on a clear pathway to protection and prevention.
Vision 2025 Cooperative Efforts
Below is the outline of the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware’s (BCM/D) Vision 2025 Cooperative Efforts, which will be presented at
Wonderfully Made — Celebrating Abilities
MIDDLETOWN, Md. — Something unique and amazing happened at the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware’s (BCM/D) first “Celebrate Abilities Summer Camp”
BCM/D teams up with Joni and Friends
Conference sought to help churches minister to individuals and families with special needs By Shannon Baker This special day was
The hidden hurts of high-functioning autism
By Adron Dozat We all have dreams for our child the day we bring him or her home from the
Disability Ministry 101: Practical ways you can minister to families with special needs
Sib Nafziger Charles, community and church relations manager for Joni and Friends Eastern Pennsylvania, offers eight ways churches can minister