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Uganda Flood Recovery Update

Daniel Lubuto, leader of the Uganda SDB Conference wrote that the children have gone back to schools.  Thanks to your help a lot of needs were met including books now and initially with medical attention, food, mosquito nets and temporary shelter.  They have been placing ... Read More

Ecuador Young Adult Mission July 2019

Our SDB brothers and sisters in Ecuador are requesting assistance with their summer youth outreach programs. PROJECT: EVANGELISM AND CHRIST DISCIPLESHIP TO CHILDREN IN IMPOVERISHED COMMUNITY TENTATIVE DATES: JULY 18 – 28, 2019 LOCATION: QUITO, ECUADOR SPANISH LANGUAGE YOUNG ADULT TEAM: – COLLEGE AGE – ... Read More

2019 Church Global Missions Award

Since 2017 we have had an annual competition among our congregations to see who can raise the most funds to support the work of the Missionary Society on our global mission to make disciples of all nations and teach them all that Jesus commanded. Thus ... Read More

Focus Article: Serving as a University Campus Missionary (Sabbath Recorder, Feb 2019)

I am planning to make a major change in what I anticipate to be the next phase of my life. I am a senior at Fairmont State University in West Virginia and will be graduating in May of 2019 with a degree in Graphic Design. ... Read More

Rwandan SDBs Proclaim Under Strife

Though faced with the threatened closer of 34 of their 35 church buildings, our brothers and sisters in Rwanda push forward with their efforts to share the gospel and make disciples. In a recent report, their leadership shared that they were shocked by the government ... Read More

SDBs Return to Cuba

Danny Lee, president of the SDB Missionary Society and Ricardo Sepulvada, his Spanish interpreter from Riverside SDB Church are visiting the SDB brothers and sisters in Cuba January 23-28, 2019. This is a follow up visit to Director Brown’s visit in Aug 2019. Danny will ... Read More

Discipling Corn Island by Faith

Shirley Morgan leads the Seventh Day Baptist ministry in Corn Island, Nicaragua (Islas del Maiz).  Recently, Shirley shared a recap of the work done in a 2018 year-end Ministry report.  She writes of how she has had to depend on God to make things happen ... Read More

Rwandan SDBs Continue to Rebuild

Faced with the threatened closer of 34 of their 35 church buildings in Rwanda, our brothers and sisters there called out for help to meet the standards their government imposed to use their facilities.  Since then, together we have helped them to reopen or keep ... Read More

Focus Article: Sierra Leone and unto the Uttermost (Sabbath Recorder, Jan 2019)

Last year when Clinton Brown and I went to Sierra Leone, we found a group of believers in Jesus Christ who were devoted to worshiping our Lord and Savior in Spirit and truth. The Seventh Day Baptists there were an inspiration to me in their ... Read More

College Students Reaching the Lost

Over the last 20 years the number of USA college students from unreached or under reached countries has nearly doubled to over a million.  Oftentimes, SDBs seem to encourage their young adults to go to Christian colleges to “protect” their beliefs, instead of encourage their ... Read More