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Greear gives Lottie Moon Challenge, suggests singing duet with Chitwood

DURHAM, N.C.—Southern Baptist Convention President J.D. Greear thinks Southern Baptists can exceed their $160 million goal for this year's Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions. So he's offering a lighthearted incentive to encourage a challenge goal of $170 million.

Lottie Moon Christmas Offering: A small church's big dreams

Does reaching East Asia seem like too big a task? One Tennessee church took a budget surplus and turned it into a radical commitment to send an IMB couple there and continue funding them.

Lottie Moon Christmas Offering: A piece of the puzzle

IMB missionaries Scott and Joyce Pittman have a big map of their city's needs, and members of a Kentucky church can't get it out of their mind. They know they're a vital part of the Pittmans' work to reach São Paulo, Brazil, with the Gospel.

Missions & Methods: 'A Lotta for Lottie'

As I rode in this Lottie-provided SUV, I could not help but thank God for the thousands upon thousands of Southern Baptists who have given sacrificially to send missionaries all around the world. I was amazed, yet again, by the reality that we really can do more together than we can by ourselves. Every Southern Baptist church which gives through Cooperative Program and the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering is truly sending thousands of missionaries all around the globe.

Bardstown student minister joins convention staff as family consultant

PIKEVILLE—Matt Flanagan, discipleship pastor and student minister at Parkway Baptist Church in Bardstown, has joined the Kentucky Baptist Convention to serve as a consultant to the state's churches in ways to improve ministry to children, adolescents, teenagers and their families.

What do Sunrise kids wants for Christmas?

This time of year, the Sunrise team is often asked, "What do the Sunrise kids want for Christmas?" Actually, it's not what you think. Many are not thinking about Christmas presents much. They have bigger wishes and dreams. This is what some of our Sunrise kids want, in their own words.

Clear Creek Chronicle: Mission trips lead to ministry training

Many of our students do not experience time on the mission field until after they come to Clear Creek. For first year student McKenzie Gilbert, the mission field led her to Clear Creek.

This is Oneida: Chapel at OBI

After recently speaking in one of our daily chapel services, I was inclined to reflect upon what an awesome privilege it is to present God's Word to our young people. Most Christian schools have chapel once or twice a week, but our students have chapel every weekday. They can be a tough crowd at times, but what an opportunity to share the Gospel with the world.

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