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Road Show wrap-up: Falls Creek events reach students with the Gospel
Aug12

Road Show wrap-up: Falls Creek events reach students with the Gospel

Even when the greatest plans cannot happen, God can still make Himself known. The summer student weeks at Falls Creek Baptist Conference Center is an annual occurrence when Oklahoma Baptists work together to advance the Gospel. However, this annual occurrence did not happened as planned this year. Instead, God worked through a different event that was quickly planned yet done in the spirit of a Falls Creek experience. Fourteen Falls...

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Indian Falls Creek reaches across North America with virtual camp week
Aug12

Indian Falls Creek reaches across North America with virtual camp week

As a camp for the entire family, Indian Falls Creek (IFC) continues to strengthen as a family. Each summer, churches and individuals from across North America plan around the week, anticipating the fun, fellowship and encouragement they receive from the recreation, classes and services. Visiting with friends and spending time with their local church families is a bonding experience. Many campers have grown up attending IFC from birth,...

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Japanese family comes to faith
Aug10

Japanese family comes to faith

FUKUOKA, Japan (BP) — 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. They’d leave their apartment, pick a direction, and just start walking. Along the way, they’d pray for God to lead them to the people He had prepared for them to meet, and for God to direct them to the places He’d prepared for them to go. And then,...

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IMB, NAMB Team Up to ‘Send Relief’ amid Global Pandemic
Aug10

IMB, NAMB Team Up to ‘Send Relief’ amid Global Pandemic

The Coronavirus has left virtually no country unaffected. Unrelenting and indiscriminate, COVID-19 has threatened the welfare of millions and has wreaked havoc on economic infrastructures worldwide. Countless families have lost work and income, making it next to impossible to acquire adequate food and daily supplies. Even in the world’s hardest-hit corners, the donations, prayers, and support of Southern Baptists have delivered...

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New England WMU president reflects on spiritual journey from Ghana to U.S.
Aug09

New England WMU president reflects on spiritual journey from Ghana to U.S.

LEOMINSTER, Mass. (BP) — When Doris Opoku and her family immigrated to the United States from Ghana in 2008, they had no idea what ministry opportunities God had in store for them. Since that time, in addition to becoming U.S. citizens, Doris was elected Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) president for the six-state Baptist Convention of New England and her husband, Seth Opoku, was named president of the North American Baptist Association...

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What do online viewership numbers really mean?
Aug07

What do online viewership numbers really mean?

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (BP)—Franklin, Tenn., Brentwood digital strategy director Darrel Girardier admits that he has a love-hate relationship with analytics, especially in relation to online worship and other events that are streamed on social media platforms. Can analytics be a useful tool? Without a doubt. But can they be deceiving? Absolutely, Girardier said. The key, he said, is to dig deeper into the numbers and understand what they...

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