From the Executive Director
The SCBI wants to set the environment for every church to be active in missions in our state and globally. We need to fuel the IMB pipeline with more missionary candidates, and we need to actively reach people in our state and beyond with the gospel of Jesus Christ. The Hoosier Heartbeat for Missions is a packaged way of expressing
We all desire and long for Revelation 7:9-10: “After this I looked, and behold, a great multitude that no one could number, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb, clothed in white robes, with palm branches in their
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Butch Porter began his new role as Indiana’s part-time Disaster Relief Director on September 1. He comes to us after retiring from doing the same work, in a full-time role, with the Illinois Baptist State Association. Disaster Relief is a boots-on-the-ground ministry that helps
The 2022 Missions Lifeline Conference, held on August 12th, at Calvary Baptist Church in Greenfield was filled to the top with missionaries, stories, and a lot of practical takeaways! The International Mission Board showed up in full force with Dr. D. Ray Davis, the
Grace in Evansville began a ministry on North Garvin Street on January 22, 1922. A 100th Anniversary celebration was held the weekend of July 30th-31st. Members past and present came together for a Saturday afternoon reception enjoying a time of fellowship and reminiscing. Sunday
Every woman leader desires a life of usefulness in the Kingdom of God. She leads out of her gifts, talents, passions and abilities. Whether leading in the church, home, or secular setting, God calls women to be world-changers, impacting the world they live in,
According to an August 2022 article from the Burmese American Community Institute, there are approximately 317,000 Burmese currently living in the United States: 40,000 in Indiana; 27,000 in Indianapolis (one of the largest Burmese populations in our nation); 10,000 in Fort Wayne; and others
Wednesday, August 24, the State Convention of Baptists in Indiana (SCBI) had the first Generational Pastors Connection hosted by Oak Park Baptist Church in Jeffersonville. We see time and time again that high school students graduate from church when they graduate from high school.