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,
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
25-Year-Old Terminally Ill Planter Perseveres
Since Easter 2021, Canvas Church has witnessed 115 people come to faith. The church is expecting over 100 in attendance this Easter Sunday.
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.
Send Relief partnership strengthens response in Eastern Europe
Gifts given to Ukraine refugee ministries through SR and the IMB now stand at more than $5.5 million.
Special Needs: The Church’s Solution for Loneliness
God has designed the church to be the remedy to the isolation and separation that is proliferating in our generation and He has made you and I the solution to loneliness. You are the answer to the loneliness of those with disability.
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.
Are You In Touch With Your Community?
Too many churches are implementing “strategies” that have little to no connection to their community. This is because too many churches are completely out of touch with their surrounding community.
Suarez Had Passion for Equipping Next Generation
The Rev. Dr. Gustavo “Gus” V. Suarez passed away on Feb. 22, 2022. Gus served as a North American Mission
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.
“We are Citizens of Heaven”
Kingsville Baptist Church (KBC), a merger of the non-denominational Slavic Church of Christ in Baltimore and First Baptist Church of Kingsville, is comprised of up to three generations of immigrants primarily from Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus.