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Survey: Transition to Online Worship

Dear Pastor, I hope that you and all whom you know and love are safe, healthy, and well. We are in the second month of life during a global health crisis. While things are not what they used to be (nor do I think we will return to that life), by now I hope that […]

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A Global Worship Experience

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Baptists Decry “Sneaky” Mo. Legislation Helping Predatory Lenders

Baptists and other advocates working to prevent predatory lending in Missouri are criticizing a legislative move that could undo local ordinances regulating payday loan institutions. Although many state legislatures across the country suspended sessions due to the coronavirus pandemic, Missouri’s lawmakers returned April 24 for weeks of work on issues unrelated to the heath crisis […]

Three Questions for Church Leaders to Ask Before Reopening

As more areas of the U.S. work through the phases of reopening following the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, churches are faced with the weighty questions of whether to open their doors and, if so, how to maintain safe social distancing while still welcoming people back into their regular locations. This week’s ChurchPulse Weekly episode, hosted by […]

A Memorial Day Message from John Upton

New ways of starting communities and churches

Don’t just launch another worship service; engage in the grassroots work of movement. V3 is part of a national groundswell of planters and practitioners that are seeking to recover the DNA that Jesus placed in his church 2000 years ago. We want to help you start and sustain new churches with the practices of boundary-crossing […]

COVID-19 response from the Progressive Baptists

My Dear Brothers and Sisters, Grace and Peace be unto you. As we remain focused on our goals and the pursuit of wholeness, 2020 has not been without its challenges. The World Health Organization has labeled the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) a pandemic. Reports issued on Sunday, March 15 indicated 150,000 cases across 135 Countries and over 5,000 deaths […]

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Insights on New Paths Conference from CBWC

The New Paths Indigenous Peoples Ministry Conference was held in Mississauga, ON on April 4-5, 2014. Rev. Paul Carline (CABC’s Director of Intercultural Ministries and CBM Strategic Associate) was one of the key organizers of the event. Read more about the event here on Paul’s blog: https://baptist-atlantic.ca/blog/reconciliation-language-learning/. The article below was posted on the Canadian Baptist of Western […]