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Watching God at work through Arizona Southern Baptists.
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A gift of hope
Ann visited New Life Pregnancy Center with a long list of hardships she and her family were facing. She was unemployed. Her husband was in jail. She couldn’t pay rent and had to move her family out of their apartment to stay with a friend. Her young daughter was in the hospital, and Ann was beginning to doubt that God listened to her prayers.
Disaster Relief serves following flooding
Members of the Arizona Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Team have been on high alert after recent monsoon storms swept across the Valley.
CHURCH PLANTING RETREAT: DISCIPLESHIP with STORIES
"Eighty percent of American families did not buy a book in 2013." This statistic was shared by Mark Snowden at the annual Church Planting Retreat sponsored by the Arizona Southern Baptist Convention.
Couples invest lives with Native Americans
Several couples are serving on the Tohono O'odham and Gila River Indian Community reservations, many as self-funded missionaries after initially coming to Arizona on short-term mission trips. Read about their ministries by clicking the links below.
Castro to serve Hispanic churches
The Convention Council of the Arizona Southern Baptist Convention affirmed the recommendation of the Executive Team to employ Josue Castro as associate Hispanic ministries facilitator at its meeting May 20 in Tempe.
VBS Clinics Attempt to Reach Younger Set
In an attempt to attract and relate to a younger set of Vacation Bible School workers this spring, Arizona's state VBS clinics featured younger conference leaders than in the past.
Historical Society spotlights WMU
The Arizona Baptist Historical Society saluted four women for their involvement in Woman's Missionary Union and Arizona Southern Baptist work by presenting them the Willis J. Ray Award and the Meritorious Service Award at the annual meeting of the society on May 3.
WMU Urged to Join Hands at Annual Celebration
Rose Ignacia, a member of the Navajo Nation in New Mexico, pulled at the heartstrings of Arizona WMU participants as she shared the stories of her salvation and calling into missions at the WMU missions celebration this spring.