Central Asian rejects fortune telling, chooses faith
Anim* remembers the day when an old fortune-teller told her mother that Anim had the gift of sight.
Japanese Family Comes to Faith
When IMB worker Jack Wattanawongsawang and his wife, Prinna, moved to Fukuoka, Japan, at the end of 2016, one of the first things they began to do was prayer walk
Persian Pastors Grow in Teaching
How can a persecuted believer trust again after being betrayed by those closest to him? How can a person rightly understand suffering when his culture is awash in prosperity gospel teaching? How can a pastor carry the weight of leading when he doesn’t know how to study Scripture?
Missionaries help churches reach nations in US
IMB missionaries help churches reach nations while in U.S. By William Haun The sun was blazing and the 102° heat
“They Call Me Mom”
The words weren’t easy for Angela to hear: “If you go back as a single career missionary, you probably will never get married.” She understood that her adviser wanted her to consider the sacrifice she might have to make by committing to long-term missions. A one-way ticket to another country could greatly decrease her chances of meeting a husband and having a family.
Praises Ring Through Open Windows
Open windows allow missionaries to let praises ring By Jan Johnsonius Quarantine. Lockdown. Unable to leave your apartment. Not exactly
IMB postpones volunteer trips through June 30
By Julie McGowan International Mission Board (IMB) senior leaders have directed IMB missionary personnel around the world to postpone hosting
Baptism: God’s Glory in Crisis
by Reid Karr ROME (BP) — Although the actual number of people infected by COVID-19 (coronavirus) remains rather small when
Chitwood announces five-year plan
Chitwood announces five-year plan, IMB trustees elect new vice presidents, appoint 21 new missionaries  By Ann Lovell  IMB President Paul Chitwood announced IMB’s five-year plan
IMB to commemorate 175 years among the nations
by Ann Lovell RICHMOND, Va. (BP) — For 175 years, Southern Baptists have not failed to have a witness among
Tanzanian Maasai touched by Kansas teens’ testimonies
Maasai in Tanzania touched by Kansas teens’ testimonies By Sue Sprenkle The Kansas youth wiped away tears and looked out
Learning Through Delayed Harvests
Learning Through Delayed Harvests By Colt Bonham More than a decade ago, Liam Remington*, an IMB worker new to the