A call to prayer is an invitation to intimacy. A call to prayer is a passion for his presence. A call to prayer is a cry for his character. A call to prayer is a desire for dependency. A call to prayer is a longing for his leading.

Please watch this brief video where Dan Hamil, NAB interim executive director, asks that all individuals, churches, mission fields, and cooperating organizations connected with the North American Baptist Conference set aside time in the months of May and June for prayer for our conference of churches, its pastors, missionaries, and ministries.


As Easter approaches, here are four NAB prayer requests:

Leadership Newsletter April 2014

Deciding to Discern

I have an insubordinate streak when it comes to traveling with my GPS (Global Positioning System). As a road warrior, I have a deep respect for the technology that sweetly voices step-by-step commands to me as I drive. There are times, however, that I choose to disregard the GPS’ directions and take my own routes that eventually lead to new adventures. I must admit that I enjoy making a decision based on my own hunch and usurping the control of that silicon-chipped control monster (weird, huh!).



Annually, the North American Baptist Conference provides individuals and churches a way to support our international missions endeavors through our Spring (Easter) Missions Offering.

NAB Update

LEADERSHIP TELECONFERENCE  >>  The next NAB Leadership Teleconference will feature pastor and author Don Cousins who will lead us through a discussion of his book, Leadershift. This teleconference gathering is open to all NAB leaders, pastors, and guests. Why not gather a group of three or four leaders, read and discuss this book together, and then join other NAB leaders for a dynamic discussion with Don Cousins about leadership and the church today.

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