This will be my last EBO at Work column. It has been a privilege to share the impact of the Eliza Broadus Offering through this monthly column. From my travels across the state, I can say with certainty, that EBO is being used to help share the gospel.
Third year student Kaymon Noble reflects on how God has transformed his life and placed him at Clear Creek.
NEW BERN, N.C.—When 89-year-old William Cunniff returned to his flood-damaged home in North Carolina, he found mold climbing the walls of every room, the remains of Hurricane Florence. Cunniff had evacuated and stayed out of the state with relatives until it was safe to return.
VERSAILLES—For years, Versailles Baptist Church in Woodford County has been supporting their Hispanic ministry, led by Emilo and Mirma Zapata. But in the last few years, it has taken off. And they've decided that instead of incorporating as a separate church, they'd become one congregation in every way possible.
ALPHARETTA, Ga.—Southern Baptists are poised to respond after Hurricane Michael made landfall with sustained wind speeds just two miles per hour short of a Category 5 storm on Oct. 10.
LOUISVILLE—Four Southern Baptist church leaders and a national evangelism director shared stories of how real-life churches are doing things to reach the lost to hopefully spark ideas for others during the Engage 24 event in Louisville last week.