By Leo Waldrop Retired missionary My wife, Margaret, and I were missionaries to the island of Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, for 15 years. One of the
When Erasyl started university in his hometown in the former Soviet Union, he knew very little about Jesus. Being from a Muslim home, he was
By Caroline Anderson* International Mission Board Taking a gap year is an appealing option for many recent graduates, and studies show growing numbers of students
The International Mission Board’s 175 years of ministry among the nations has resulted in the formation of 140 Baptist conventions and unions in 73 countries.
National WMU will host a virtual experience for the Week of Prayer, which is March 7-14, in celebration of North American missions while encouraging support
What is biblical diversity? Why does it matter in a conversation about international missions? How do we pursue diversity and unity at the same time? God’s
By WMU Communications National WMU’s celebration of the Week of Prayer for International Missions that takes place each December at WMU’s headquarters in Birmingham is
Participants from 48 states and 30 countries connected with IMB leaders, missionaries and a panel of experts Thursday (Oct. 29) to address the global, cultural