NAB Weekly Updates

North American Baptist Conference Weekly Update - July 25, 2011

For God so loved…..He gave!

Can you imagine what it’s like to spend considerable time contacting people via phone, e-mail, snail mail, and face-to-face in order to invite them to participate in an opportunity to give “over and above” for a ministry or special cause? I know, a lot of folks would shy away (maybe run away) from such a task.

Since recently assuming the role of president of the North American Baptist Foundation, I’ve engaged in this task on a regular basis. Let me give you two examples of how blessed I’ve been in connecting with NABers across the country. 

Example #1: A faithful NAB congregation encountered difficult financial straits. They found they needed to forego a commitment they’d made to support a new missionary appointee to an NAB mission field.

North American Baptist Conference Weekly Update - July 11, 2011

I recently sent a newsletter to our North American Baptist churches, sharing some of the current struggles in Nigeria and asking for your prayers for the Hungs as they settle into their new ministry in Gembu. Since the time of that letter there have been a number of significant events among key staff of the seminary and hospital.

You may have heard of the tragic accident that took the lives of both provost and deputy provost of the seminary as they were traveling together. The seminary has appointed an interim provost, Mr. Godwill Sol, to lead the school through this difficult season.

North American Baptist Conference Weekly Update - July 05, 2011

NORTH AMERICAN BAPTIST CONFERENCE WEEKLY UPDATES—July 05, 2011

The summer is in full swing for the North American Baptist Conference family! This month our young people will gather in masses at YG ’11 in Southern California. PRAY that God will move mightily.

One year from now we’ll meet in Orlando for the NAB 50th Triennial. We have a great price at the beautiful Peabody Hotel.

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