Limited quantities of the book are available free of charge with a suggested donation to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. Gordon Ford: The Stratton Story. “Today, those missionaries continue to journey into difficult and spiritually impoverished places on earth to sow seeds of love and truth and enable the lost to know the saving grace of Jesus.”, Chitwood added: “The stories of our past should propel us forward in our commitment to His work with a great sense of urgency. Richmond, Virginia, 23230, The need for prayer in this time of global uncertainty is great, said Gordon Fort, IMB’s ambassador to the president, who leads IMB’s prayer team. IMB also launched an interactive timeline May 1, featuring missionary vignettes and short videos of IMB’s work by decade, such as this video about the work of John Day, an African American appointed by the FMB in 1846 in what became the country of Liberia. ♦ Associate to Area Director for Southern Africa, July 1996-June Books may be requested through IMB’s online store: https://store.imb.org/175-year-anniversary-coffee-table-photo-book/. IMB’s “175 days of prayer” begins May 11 and will culminate with Southern Baptists’ annual Week of Prayer for International Missions Nov. 29-Dec. 6. Four of their five sons–David, Gregg, Gordon, Giles, and Grady–were born in Sanyati Baptist Hospital in Zimbabwe and remember fondly their years growing up in the “bush.”.
Letter by SBC EC President to Dr. James L. Hill, Carter's rift with SBC not a new development, SBTS Response to BGCT Seminary Study Committee, Response to BGCT Seminary Study Committee Report, Exec. Gordon Fort’s colleagues are Debbie Boykin, Julie McGowan, Alicia Phillips, Wayne Purdy. Sole Membership - A Florida Laymans Perspecti, Response by Morris H. Chapman to the BGCT. This has long been the practice for missionary candidates, even under previous IMB leadership. “Prayer is … “Prayer isn’t just important; it’s essential,” Fort said. Throughout its history, Southern Baptists have maintained an uninterrupted witness among the nations, in spite of famine, war, civil unrest — and in 2020, global pandemic. Letter from Gordon Fort to the Baptist Standard by Gordon Fort, IMB Missionary, Regional Leader February 14, 2002. 1997, living in Maun, Botswana. July 1, 2009, http://www.ubcfayetteville.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/logo-ret.png. Southern Baptists are encouraged to join this concerted effort. Office of the Inspector General (IG) 275 Heritage Park Lane, Building 35201 Fort Gordon, Georgia 30905 Phone: (706) 791-4565 Fax: (706) 791-4567 Email: email@example.com IMB, founded in 1845, partners with churches to empower limitless missionary teams who are evangelizing, disciplining, planting, and multiplying churches, and training leaders among unreached peoples and places for the glory of God.
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