Through a partnership with Jeremy Aylett, NAMB missionary and Arkansas native, we recently took a team of 11 students from our BCM at the University of Arkansas to serve alongside church planters in the greater San Diego area.
The key strategy in making an impact this summer, in your kids ministry, is to be intentional—don’t let the elongated days of summer pass by without impacting the life of a child with the Gospel.
The nations are no longer in a diﬃcult geographical location to reach, they are on our college campuses, in our neighborhoods, at our jobs, and in our churches.
If a church has a great next gen pastor, then that congregation should do everything within their power to cultivate a favorable environment for the pastor to have a long, fruitful ministry in the church.
Graduation is the launching pad to send out Baptist Collegiate Ministry students across the globe for ministry and mission.
High school seniors need help navigating the multitude of changes headed their way.
Summer is an incredible time for hosting events where fun and friendship can be facilitated. Planning these types of events can be as important as small group Bible studies for building relationships and fostering community.
As someone who grew up in the church, I heard how important it was to share my faith with others early on in my life.