Leadership on Mission—December 6, 2016

Walking in Humility
by Dan Hamil
NAB Executive Director

"If I have observed anything by experience, it is this: a man may take the measure of his growth and decay in grace according to his thoughts and meditations upon the person of Christ, and the glory of Christ's Kingdom, and of His love."

—John Owen

Leadership on Mission—November 22, 2016

Deepening Trust

by Richard Brown
NAB Vice President of Ministry Support, CFO

I grew up in a lower, middle-class home. While we attended church, no genuine relationship with God existed. In spite of two significant moves, first from Houston to New Orleans and then to Southern California, life was stable, until my parents announced their separation and pending divorce the day after sixth grade ended. I was crushed. Suddenly, life felt unstable. My struggle with anxiety began.

End-of-Year Giving

End-of-Year Giving 2016

As the end of the year draws near, many will wish to give to the ministries of the North American Baptists, generously planting seeds for our missionaries and churches to preach the gospel, in word and deed, throughout the world in 2017. We are grateful to God for those who so faithfully spread God’s love through financially supporting NAB’s ministries. Thank you for giving!

As you consider donating to NAB in tax year 2016, here are a few factors to keep in mind to make sure that we are able to give you a tax receipt for calendar year 2016:

Leadership on Mission—November 15, 2016

By His Grace

by Stu Streeter
NAB Vice President of Advancement

It’s almost a self-evident truth to say that parents play an outsized role in how their children mature and grow. My life certainly bears witness to that.

Reflections on Elections by Dan Hamil

We are proud that the NAB is a family of bi-national churches that call Canada and the United States home. We also recognize that the recent US presidential election has a lasting impact on the world, especially for those of us in North America.

The American elections are done! Like a rollercoaster of twists and turns, creating at times both a sense of thrill and that tickling sense of nausea, this season of public debate over candidates and referendums has come to a stop. And like riders on a rollercoaster that has continued looping for too long, many are simply happy that this season of choosing is over and they can finally disembark, though with a bit of lingering vertigo.

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