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5 Practical Ways You Can Impact Your Community in the Midst of COVID-19

Leaders are making tough decisions in light of COVID-19 that can have significant ramifications for large numbers of people. As committed Christ followers, we can use our influence to make a positive impact on the kingdom during this crisis.

Know God More: Know His Heart

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Today's verses come just after Sarah and Abraham served three men a meal. These men represented God's presence. They told Sarah and Abraham that she would have a son by next year.

Know God More: Know His Character

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Acts 17: 16–28 tells about Paul speaking to a group in Athens. He saw altars built to all kinds of gods.

I've Never Planned a Recognition Service! Now What?

I know who you are. I talk to someone just like you several times during spring recognition season.

Go and Make Disciples as a Group

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The idea of making disciples can be a little unnerving; the mere thought of sharing your faith can be scary. When the fear of rejection, judgment, and persecution creep in, it can cripple you and cause you to shy away from telling the lost people in your life how Jesus has changed you. Though Jesus’ command in Matthew 28:18–20 is for each one of us, we don’t have to go and make disciples alone.

You Need Missions Leader

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You read that right. There is not an a missing in that statement. Of course, you need a missions leader (or leaders) in your church—and your leader needs Missions Leader.

Modern-Day Annie

Trent and Elizabeth DeLoach

NAMB missionary Trent DeLoach considers his wife, Elizabeth, to be a modern-day Annie Armstrong. God used her to open Trent’s eyes to the unreached peoples of North America.

Annie Armstrong: The “Mastermind” behind WMU

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Annie Armstrong is one of the most well-known names in all of Southern Baptist history. Born in Baltimore on July 11, 1850, Annie spent most of her life working from her hometown.

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