Introducing Pathways: Prevention and Protection
Our goal is that 100% of BCM/D affiliated churches be on a clear pathway to protection and prevention.
CVI: A Tool for You and Ministry
Joe Saweikis, the senior pastor of Mountain City Church in Frostburg, was a little skeptical when Dr. Randy Millwood, Baptist
George Liele Church Planting, Evangelism, & Missions Sunday
The International Mission Board (IMB) has announced the availability of stories, videos, and promotional resources for George Liele Church Planting,
Search committees & the challenges they face
By Chuck Lawless WAKE FOREST, N.C. — I’ve worked with a number of pastor and staff search teams as they
Disability Ministry 101: Practical ways you can minister to families with special needs
Sib Nafziger Charles, community and church relations manager for Joni and Friends Eastern Pennsylvania, offers eight ways churches can minister
Tips to help families be on mission
By Paige Turner, Baptist Press SOUTHEAST ASIA (BP) — International Mission Board missionaries serve all over the world. They help
Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission provides resources on how to respond to gay marriage
WASHINGTON (BP) — The Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission has resources available online to help Christians minister in
Children’s ministry safety packets available free to churches
By Sharon Mager, BaptistLIFE Correspondent According to The Advocacy Center, “It is estimated that one out of three girls and
13 things mission-minded people do differently
By Susie Rain Reprinted from Baptist Press (, news service of the Southern Baptist Convention. SOUTHEAST ASIA (BP) — Who
Church revitalization is possible but it’s not easy, say pastors
By Sharon Mager, BaptistLIFE correspondent Andrew Morgan, pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church, Salisbury, was called to the church in January
How can churches help immigrants?
• Designate someone to take the initiative to begin a ministry to immigrants. • Share scripture and teach what the
Immigrants are knocking at our church doors. How will we answer?
By Sharon Mager COLUMBIA, Md.—The masses are coming. Immigration numbers are soaring. Demographics are changing and the church is struggling.