Mission Stories

Persistent in Reaching South Carolina Families

Clements family sitting on dock

Brandon Clements has been a part of Midtown Fellowship in Columbia, South Carolina, since its early days. During his junior year at Anderson University in 2006, he accepted the opportunity to serve as an intern at Midtown Fellowship.

Missionary Spotlight Update: Mark and Megan Street*

A man and a young child participate in the midday prayer at a mosque

This past year, Mark and Megan Street have been amazed as they’ve watched the Lord put the people from the Sun Land in the minds and on the hearts of believers all over the world. The Lord is bringing the church from many nations together to love and care for those in the Sun Land.

Full Heart vs. Watch and Calendar

Tim and Tina Louderback

Tim and Tina Louderback, who have served in Panama for a decade, believe that sharing the gospel and pursuing relationships go hand in hand—in their personal lives and in their ministry.

Missionary Spotlight Update: Week of Prayer for North American Missions missionaries

two women hugging

The Week of Prayer for North American Missions is observed annually by Southern Baptist churches to specifically pray for thousands of missionaries across the United States and Canada, the needs of thei

Missionary Spotlight Update: Cliff Case

Cliff and Cinthy Case hike in Chile

Cliff Case said in addition to the people he’s already working to reach in Chile, hundreds, or maybe even thousands, more are pouring in all the time.

Showing Unconditional Love in Difficult Circumstances

Unconditional Love sign

“God loves us unconditionally and wants us to love others unconditionally,” said missionary Mark Busby, who has been planting churches in Tokyo, Japan, for 14 years.

But he and his wife, Mie, can attest that showing unconditional love in difficult circumstances is a challenge.

Missionary Spotlight Update: Barry and Amy Rager

Rager family

Barry and Amy Rager, church planters at New Circle Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, give praise that their worship center has now been purchased by the church, and they are beginning the process of making needed repairs. 

Missionary Spotlight Update: Russell Woodbridge

Week of Prayer missionary Russell Woodbridge (right)

In Ukraine, a church birthed out of heartache is seeing God continue an incredible work. When war broke out a few years ago, people in the eastern part of the country began to flee their homes—some of them with no personal belongings except what they could gather together quickly in bags.

“Give Us a Team”

five people holding each other's hands

When Regina and Kaleb Seabolt* moved to South Asia 12 years ago, they embraced the vibrant colors, energetic culture, and hot, humid weather. They poured their lives into sharing the gospel with the people there.

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