Nov
5
The NAB Thanksgiving Offering is titled “Sow Now.” Our goal is for each NAB church to take part, in some way, in giving to this offering that helps expand our missional vision for the future. NAB leadership is striving to recruit, develop, and launch the next generation of spiritual sowers and harvesters. Our vision is to raise up hundreds of missional leaders in the next 10 years. This will require long-term commitment from a passionate team. Those of us working at the International Office and in Regional Ministries in the U.S. and Canada have this vision in sharp focus, and we want you to be a part of that team with us. To continue, we are trying to raise $80,000 of seed money.
Oct
4
“Carry each other's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.”Galatians 6:2   
Sep
26
Join us for the next Leadership Teleconference on Thursday, November 7, 2013, starting at 10:00 a.m. PST.  
Sep
11
Last week on September 4, Golgotha Baptist Church, an NAB church near Tacoma, Washington, was devastated by a fire. According to the pastor of the church, Pavel Sandu, the building was “totally destroyed.” According to The New Tribune, an arsonist allegedly told local police authorities that he “broke into the church and gathered paper, plastic, and a picture frame and set them ablaze," in what became a three-alarm fire that razed the building.
Sep
11
The fall NAB Leadership Teleconference will be on Thursday, November 7, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. (PST). Our next book for discussion will be The Leadership Game: Winning Principles from Eight National Champions by Tom Mullins and John Maxwell (Thomas Nelson, 2005). Tom Mullins is a winning coach who helps leaders understand how to build and keep together a team of any kind. This book does an incredible job of sharing tried and true techniques that will help you achieve team goals. You can register for the teleconference by clicking here.
Aug
8
What’s next! Over the past year, you have heard stories of how the North American Baptist Conference is expanding ministries and kingdom efforts all over the world. I hope you are as excited as I am to know that God is opening new doors of opportunities for us. This is truly a God-inspired season of opportunity for the NAB. Here is just a quick review of some truly amazing newer ministries:
Jul
24
The following is an update from Dr. Rob McCleland, NAB Executive Director, who recently returned from a ministry trip to Russia and east Asia. As you read it, please be prompted to pray for the NAB ministries and partners in those nations.
Jun
24
The North American Baptist Conference is asking NAB churches and individuals to pray for those in Southern Alberta who continue to recover from recent flooding that has brought devastation to the region. The floodwaters have caused significant damage to communities and neighborhoods in geographically lower lying areas. Though the water is slowly subsiding, many will experience the impact of this disaster for months to come. The damage from the flooding has displaced individuals, families, churches, and businesses. Most areas will need significant clean up before people can return.
Jun
24
For many, summer affords a season of outdoor refreshment and personal replenishment. God is so good to provide us times to slow our personal paces and find times truly to enjoy Him. As you think of and pray for the ministries of the North American Baptist Conference over the next weeks, here are some items to bring to mind:
May
21
Our thoughts and prayers go to all affected by the recent horrific tornado in Oklahoma. As North American Baptists, we mourn with those who mourn and desire to bear the burdens of those who hurt. NAB is accepting donations for Oklahoma disaster relief. Our direct partnership with the North American Baptist Fellowship Disaster Response Network allows us to obtain information about the most pressing needs for the people impacted by the tornado. NAB will forward these donations to trusted Baptist and evangelical organizations who are directly serving the individuals and the communities reeling from the Oklahoma tornado.
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