I was born into darkness. The interesting thing is that I did not really know it was dark. I don’t think you can comprehend the difference between darkness and light until you have truly seen light. Thankfully, my life story does not end in darkness, but it did start there.
“Our IMB missionaries around the world and our stateside support staff wanted to lead by example as we asked Southern Baptists to give more generously than ever before to get the Gospel to the nations. And I’m proud to say that is happening!”
When Patrick finally chose to leave the streets of Kenya for a life in the Navaisha Children’s Shelter, he discovered a love he had not known before. Watch and listen as IMB missionary Kristen Lowry tells his story.
The International Mission Board (IMB) will celebrate the appointment of 79 new missionaries from 21 states with a virtual Sending Celebration, November 18, 2020, at 7:30 p.m. EST. IMB trustees previously approved the missionaries for appointment.
Participants from 48 states and 30 countries connected with International Mission Board (IMB) leaders, missionaries, and a panel of experts on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020, to address the global, cultural, and spiritual realities that are impacting the future of missions.
Refugees in Greece made traumatic journeys by land and sea, and their future is uncertain. Greece is a transition point to permanent resettlement locations, and many refugees must wait a long time before permission is granted to move. COVID-19 ushered in another level of uncertainty, compounding the acute trauma many refugees already feel.
President Donald Trump has announced his nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court to fill the seat vacated by the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Here is what you should know about the nominee for associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
The International Mission Board joined with Barna Group for an online workshop titled “The Future of Missions.” The workshop, hosted virtually on Wednesday, September 2, included IMB President Paul Chitwood, IMB staff, and Barna Group representatives. Nearly 1,000 people joined the online event from around the world.