Summertime, summertime, sumsumsummertime…. And Camp Season is officially on! Time to get out and get into your camp. No better time to be involved in an experience that gets an individual “out of the world” for a short period of time and gets them into the presence of the Father as they fellowship with other Christ-followers. We are super excited
From the Executive Director
Here’s the hopeful big news: The SCBI will enter children’s services by licensing families to foster and adopt children. A lot of moving pieces have to come together to make that happen. But we’re moving them. I’ve shared my desire with our Executive Board, and while no official decisions
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But we do not belong to those who shrink back and are destroyed, but to those who have faith and are saved. (Heb. 10:39 NIV). The East Central Baptist Association WMU Team hosted a GROW Night on Thursday, May 26th at Wasson Nursery in
Our world is full of accusations, allegations, condemnations, retaliations, polarization, victimization, and the list goes on and on. What are we, as believers in Jesus Christ our God and Savior, supposed to do with all of these things? How do we respond biblically? The
On May 23-26, SCBI hosted this event at Highland Lakes Camp to train a group of our pastors and associational leaders, as well as our partners from the Illinois Baptist State Association (IBSA). Corpus offers training for pastors and network leaders in church revitalization
Jesus Pacheco and his wife, Marcela, have served faithfully for seven years in Indiana with the North American Mission Board and the State Convention of Baptists in Indiana. Under his leadership, the number of Hispanic congregations in Indiana have grown from about four churches
By Aaron Brask Launch Campus Ministry Intern Purdue University College spring break is standardized as getaways with close friends, suspending academic preoccupations, and stress-free relaxation before the final leg of the semester. One of the largest spring break destinations in the United States is
Each spring, Indiana Baptist ladies from all around the state are blessed to enjoy a weekend away—to refresh, renew, and refocus our lives on Christ…together. After two years of virtual (or partially virtual) Transformed gatherings, this year, the Lord brought us through—and TO each