When it comes to disciple making in the local church, I am hearing from frustrated pastors and other church leaders who feel they expend a great deal of energy and resources but still don’t make much progress. Their discipleship ministry, much like our flat-bottom boat, is stuck.
Foundation holds Quarterly Board Meeting, finalizes 2021 operating budget, and approves Amos distributions for mission work in Israel
This year at the BCM, we began hosting Masterclasses. We saw students desiring to understand what the Bible says concerning certain topics.
Think how often we ask the question, “Lord, what is your plan for my life?” I love a simple answer! We are to give thanks no matter what is going on in our lives.
Bekah Gulledge, who serves on staff at the Metro BCM in Little Rock, recently shared a story about her most recent opportunity to be involved with Diwali, an Indian celebration.
As Christians today, how can we look at what Paul prayed for the church at Ephesus, and pray with the same conviction and expectancy for ourselves and those with whom we serve in the church today?
Today, when you ask Jackson and his wife Bekah what excites them about college ministry they say “discipling students” without hesitation.
In Governor Asa Hutchinson’s COVID-19 update on Tuesday, November 10, he drew attention to the recent spike in COVID cases stating, “the numbers aren’t good.