Madison Gardner’s personal experience with miscarriage inspired her to start In His Hands, a pregnancy loss support group at Women’s Resource Center in Mobile.
Joseph and Brenda Rinehart thought supporting foster care ministries financially was their call until God showed them He had something else in mind.
Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers are still working to help those affected by Hurricane Idalia. In Florida, they’ve served hundreds of meals and cleaned out flooded houses. In Georgia, they’ll be clearing fallen trees.
A pastor officiating a funeral in Uganda was pelted with stones for using both the Bible and the Quran in evangelizing about Jesus Christ.
In their new book, “Going to School in Gaza: Lessons Learned in Thirty Years of Service in the Middle East,” Alabama Baptists Paul and Harriet Lawrence write about their time living and serving among Palestinians in a difficult time.
Pastor Ramón Vielza is helping train church planters in south Alabama with support from the Myers-Mallory State Missions Offering. The Week of Prayer for State Missions is Sept. 10–17.
Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief chaplain Thelma Goolsby couldn’t forget the couple she spoke with in Arcadia, Florida, after Hurricane Ian. For Mr. D, the story of what happened next had eternal significance.
Missionary Kerra Jayne left Niger on an evacuation flight Aug. 1. She doesn’t know when she’ll return, and she asks fellow Christians to pray for believers in the country to “not live in fear” and leaders there to “do what is right.”