Monthly Archives: December 2012

Guest Post: Don’t Forget The Bread

This guest post is by Coy Webb, Disaster Relief director for the Kentucky Baptist Convention. Webb and other members of the KBC Missions Mobilization Team blog at I typically take a list when I shop for groceries.  I do it for this reason. In the midst of Oreos, the Breyers Ice Cream and the […]

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“Don’t make us go, Daddy!” We had barely unpacked our suitcases in the hotel room and the battle of wills was already beginning. After a week of doing whatever they wanted whenever they wanted, my then eleven year old son and ten year old daughter were less than enthusiastic about the way this second week […]

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SBC Voices: Are we entering a post-CP era?

Check out this insightful post from Dave Miller over at SBCVoices regarding the future of the Cooperative Program. Miller hits on some indisputable realities that jeopardize the future of the CP. I remain hopeful that the CP can be recovered as the primary Great Commission funding mechanism of Southern Baptists but, as Miller illustrates, we […]

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Three Reasons to Be Thankful

Hearing a “faith-funded” missionary couple appeal to messengers for financial support during an association meeting earlier this year reminded me of the challenges many missionaries face in raising support. Surprisingly, God also used the experience to remind me of His calling on my life. How so? Like the typical missionary, this couple was making a […]

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