The North American Mission Board invites Southern Baptists to pray at 10:02 each day—morning or night—that God will send workers into His harvest field.
Into the harvest | By Tobin Perry and Joe Conway
Southern Baptists are poised as never before to bring the vibrant gospel message into the great urban centers of North America. It will take every church and every Southern Baptist to accomplish the work.READ MORE
Farm System: Building tomorrow’s missionaries | By Joe Conway
The North American Mission Board is enhancing its system for discovering, developing and deploying the next generation of Southern Baptist missionaries and church planters. They are in your church.READ MORE
TenTwo: It’s time to pray | By Gary Frost
The harvest will not be accomplished without faithful workers. Through TenTwo, Southern Baptists can unite in praying workers into God’s harvest field.READ MORE
My Turn: The harvest is plentiful where we are few | By Aaron Coe
God has been at work in recent years connecting rural and suburban Southern Baptist churches with the vast, unreached mission field in some of America’s largest and most influential cities. Will this trend become a movement? READ MORE
Feeding the forgotten | By Joe Conway
Using World Hunger Funds, and the newly launched Global Hunger Relief, Southern Baptist churches are connecting with their neglected neighbors through a LoveLoud movement.READ MORE
Send North America sparks church planting partnership | By Eric House
First Baptist Church in Hokes Bluff, Ala., is taking its next step in North American Missions. Through Send North America it is becoming asending church to St. Louis.READ MORE
From the President | By Kevin Ezell Partnership’s exponential power
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
See more blog articles
A Southern Baptist Convention entity supported by the Cooperative Program and theAnnie Armstrong Easter Offering® ©Copyright 2013 North American Mission Board, SBC