Women on Mission

Pursue God’s call to love and serve refugees in our midst

For most of us, the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting self-isolation, social distancing and economic turmoil are among the most unsettling challenges we have experienced in our lifetimes. As overwhelming as those issues have been amid the relative safety and comfort of familiar surrounding

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An Air Force Chaplain’s Unique Approach to Discipleship

Ron and Marsha Harvell

The US Air Force’s deputy chief of chaplains, Chaplain (Brig. Gen.) Ron Harvell, and his wife, Marsha, have been on mission for God in our nation’s capital since 2018.

Christian Worker Spotlight Update: Don and Mary Alan*

woman in a burka walking across Middle Eastern desert during sunset

Don and Mary Alan recently returned to the Middle East after having completed their stateside assignment. Be in prayer for them as they pick back up with meaningful relationships with nationals and encourage persecuted brothers and sisters.

Keys to Encouraging New Believers

Fellowship between believers at Baptist Friendship House

What are the keys to encouraging new believers as they seek to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ?

Missionary Spotlight Update: Week of Prayer for North American Missions

AAEO 2020 graphic

Southern Baptists traditionally set aside the first week of March to pray for and collect offerings for missionaries involved in church planting and compassion ministries across North America.

A Vision for Southern Thailand

David Taylor discipling in Thailand

In rural Southern Thailand, among rubber tree farmers and fishermen, David and Pamela Taylor strive to share the gospel with a people hesitant to receive the life-changing good news.

Seek the Lost: Sharing the Rest of the Story

Brandton and Katie Wood

Most all of us are familiar with Jesus’ famous parables of the lost sheep, lost coin, and lost son recorded in Luke 15. Many of us also recall Paul Harvey’s entertaining The Rest of the Story commentaries that aired for decades on radio stations across the nation.

As we explore this month’s theme of Seek the Lost, let’s combine those 2 examples to consider how we can effectively seek and reach the non-Christian population around us in today’s world.

How Can You Grow in Christlikeness?

Kerri Johnson with Graffiti 2 Works WorldCrafts artisans

What does it mean to grow in Christlikeness? The obvious answer is to continuously become more like Christ—in your attitudes and actions as well as in your interests and intents. Sounds like a daunting task, doesn’t it?

A Chaplain: “Being There” until the Last Breath

Chaplain David Carey and his family

“For me, God has taken away the sting of death,” says David Carey, a full-time hospice chaplain in Maine. “And because of that, I am able to minister to the spiritual needs of those who are terminally ill, along with their families.”

Missionary Spotlight Update: Nancy Potter*

Missionary Nancy Potter serves in Southeast Asia

Missionary Nancy Potter often sees God-sized miracles as she serves in Southeast Asia. “Oftentimes something that seems so simple becomes much more complicated on the mission field,” she says. An encounter with a female monkey she hoped would become a pet became the backdrop for a miracle.

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