The Send North America Conference is a two-day gathering of the church in North America. The heart of this gathering is to see a movement of people from within the church living out the mission of God in their everyday lives.
For the people of Moore, Oklahoma, life and death will never be the same. Follow Southern Baptist chaplains and disaster relief volunteers as they deliver help, hope, and healing to a broken and hurting community.
Some heroes wear a uniform, others don't. In this video, see the unique opportunity Navy Chaplain Manuel Biadog had to minister to the family of a Navy Seal killed in Benghazi, Libya.
Learn about the people of Baltimore, site of the 2014 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting next June, and how your participation in the Crossover evangelism event the weekend before the convention can make a lasting impact on an important city. This video was presented during a report on Crossover Houston during the 2013 annual meeting.
Stephanie Barbaro was desperate enough to try just about anything, even church. She wandered into Scott Blanchard's suburban Detroit church plant one Sunday, and what she heard there changed her life forever.
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. Learn more at www.namb.net/TenTwo.
When everyone is asking why, we answer. With help, healing and hope. We are Southern Baptist Disaster Relief. And we're answering now in Oklahoma City. Help us today at BaptistRelief.org.
It's in the heartland of America, and yet there is only one SBC church in Cincinnati for every 59,000 people. God has called church planters to this city to share Jesus with people who don't know Him. Now, those church planters need your help. Learn more at www.namb.net/cincinnati.
A shattered window, a bullet-hole, and a 9-mm shell; that's what Cincinnati church planter Michael Clary discovered one morning in his children's bedroom. It was a day he will never forget. It was the day he asked, "is it worth it?" Learn more at www.namb.net/cincinnati.
When churches start churches, it's a win-win. First Baptist Church in Lenoir City, Tenn., helped Steve Staton start a new church in Cincinnati. And as they did, God brought them something new too. Learn more at www.namb.net/cincinnati.
In this video update NAMB President Kevin Ezell shares what Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers are doing to help survivors of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado.
For people in Cincinnati like Jeff and Juli Gordon, going to church was always something you did because it was good for you; not because you liked it. But that all changed when church planter Scotty Neal came to town. Learn more at www.namb.net/cincinnati.
Veterans remember how they saw God at work through Southern Baptist military chaplains.
It's an hour drive from the U.S. border, and yet its official language is French. It has hundreds of churches, but only a handful of believers. This is Montreal, a city of extremes. Learn more at namb.net/montreal.
She was a singer without a reason to sing. But that was before Christine wandered into a Southern Baptist church plant in Montreal -- and found what she'd always wanted. Learn more about church planting in Montreal at namb.net/montreal.