Southern Baptist military chaplains put their lives on the line to minister to the spiritual needs of those who protect America—and their spouses. In this video discover the impact chaplains have on the lives of those in the military.
A place of honor | By Joe Conway
Thousands of veterans and chaplains are returning home from armed conflicts overseas. Your church can honor their service and sacrifice.READ MORE
Church planting strategy meets the Marine Corps | By Sara SheltonThe Praetorian Project has the ambitious goal of planting a church near every U.S. Marine Corps base. Church planters are making it happen.READ MORE
Urban view | By Sara SheltonVision tours help church planters share their strategies with potential partners and supporters. Ride along for a Send North America Catch the Vision Tour through Atlanta.READ MORE
Partnership changes everything | By Tobin Perry Church planter Jeremy Westbrook is witnessing the power of partnerships transform Columbus with the love of the gospel
A new song | By Joe Conway
Christian singer-song writer Scott Wesley Brown is now church planter Brown in the City of Angels. Brown is convinced it’s time for men who are called to plant churches to go to work.READ MORE
Cleveland planter doubles as baseball chaplain | By Tobin Perry Cleveland church planter Alex Ennes leans on his experience starting churches to minister to Major League Baseball players.READ MORE
From the President | By Kevin Ezell Partnership’s exponential power
My Turn | By Ellis Prince Where do we start?
The Pulse | Compiled by Sara SheltonIdeas, insights, inspiration for you and your church
Quick Quotes | Compiled by Sara SheltonWhat people are saying about North American missions
This & That | Compiled by Sara SheltonStats to consider related to North American missions
The Christian band I’m in (No Other Name) decided a few years ago we want to really mean the words we sing when we encourage people to be all things to all men ("Lead You to the Cross") or to let God use them to set captives free ("Let It Start with Me").
Ed Handkins stands with his then girlfriend, Donna, as he prepares to leave for an unforgettable summer in Alaska in 1963.
How to channel your leisure activities into a personal ministry to the needy By Lorie Newman Serving others is a part of the Christian walk. But so many times we don’t feel like we have interests or gifts that will
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