Church In the Dirt
By 7 a.m. on Sunday, June 12, bike enthusiasts were already gathering at Chesapeake BMX in Severn. Parking coordinators were
7 Steps to Increase Church Safety and Security
For many years, I was bi-vocational. I worked full-time as a police officer in Maryland and part-time as an associate
Reporting Child Abuse or Neglect
BCM/D’s statement on May 24, 2022 in regards to the SBC Guidepost report released on Sunday, May 22, 2022: “We
Pastoral Family Grapples With Trauma After Sexual Abuse
Journey Through the Darkness — the Aftermath of Sexual Abuse Hughesville Baptist Church Pastor Derek Yelton and his wife, Joy,
Justice For All
Justice For All: Where the Pledge Fails, the Promise Stands Firm I had the recent privilege to sit in on
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.
DR Needs Volunteers to Support Baltimore Serve Tour
Disaster Relief (DR) has been asked to coordinate volunteers to provide local logistical support to mission teams from Maryland/Delaware and across the country who will be participating in over 30 projects across the city.
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.
Does Your Church Intentionally Welcome Families With Disabilities?
“Let’s not make it any harder for families to obey Hebrews 10:25. Let’s not be the reason someone is not able to meet together with believers.”
Pray for “Beach Reach”
Hi all! This is Jess Senasack, the Baptist student minister at the University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP). Currently, we
Pathways Conference Addresses Safety, Caring, and Trauma
“It’s not that big of a problem.” 66% of sexual abuse victims don’t talk about the abuse until they’re adults. Do we really know how safe our churches are?
March Reflections from BCM/D President Glenn Swanson
My prayer is that you will not have one foot in the church and one foot in the world.