Crossing the boundaries we create, by Michael Mills
Spring break mission projects reflect love of Jesus
I’d like to share one of my finer moments with you. When I was in first grade, I played tee-ball. I was on the tigers and our colors were as bright yellow as you can imagine. I have a few really vivid memories from my time playing tee-ball and what I remember most clearly was how terrible I was.
Central American immigrant flood creates crisis, presents opportunity
Spring break mission projects—which blossom like bluebonnets this time of year—make a huge positive impact on families who live in colonias along the U.S.-Mexico border, as well as the churches that serve them, missions leaders report.
Surprising, faithful God led Cano to advocate for women ministers
TIJUANA, Mexico—The flood of immigrants amassed at the Mexico-U.S. border presents both a humanitarian crisis and an opportunity for sharing the gospel, a team of Cooperative Baptist Fellowship leaders who traveled to the region learned.
God has often surprised—but never disappointed—Anyra Cano.