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Send Relief mobilizes the church to meet the needs of our communities through disaster response, hunger relief, refugee ministry, adoption awareness and more.
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Around 200 college students attended Orientation this past week. Pray for them as they head to their cities for a summer !
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Today we celebrate dads of every kind who give us a glimpse of the love and care of our Heavenly Father. We are so grateful for how you reflect Christ’s love! Tag a father figure you would like to thank in the comments below. Happy Father’s Day!
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Recently, Puerto Rico's Speaker of the House met with and other organizations to come up with solutions for vulnerable children on the Island.
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Are you ready to live ? GO2 is a new opportunity for students to live two years on mission after college. Check it out!
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Send Relief Jun 15
"God never ends up calling us into things that are easy. He calls us into things that are messy and difficult. And yet, we start to see the beauty in that." – Lifeline,
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Send Relief Jun 15
Navigating a new city is tough for anyone. Take time during to show around town or offer to help them learn the public transportation system.
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Send Relief Jun 14
The Lord cares for each and every person on this planet. Ask Him to protect as they flee from their home countries. Pray that they will find safe communities and a fresh start.
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Send Relief Jun 14
Laura Maxwell's ministry, Called to Care, is serving the needs of hurting children in and , and working to lighten the burden of those caring for them. Find out how on the podcast.
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Send Relief Jun 14
How is your church family intentionally welcoming and ministering to this ?
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Send Relief Jun 13
Laura Maxwell always has a glimmer of hope that the Lord is going to come through. Through Called to Care, that is now the reality for the children it serves through and . Hear more in the podcast:
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Send Relief Jun 13
Throughout her life, she's experienced countless trials and tribulations. But one thing knows for sure is that our God is a God of promises. Be inspired as you listen to her journey on the podcast:
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Chi Cleggett Jun 11
Thank you to the OUTSTANDING Southern Baptist Convention and for this TREMENDOUS gift for our kids, from a proud graduate of the Birmingham City School System and someone who works to bring AWESOME conventions to this BEAUTIFUL city!
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Send Relief Jun 13
Thank you for sharing!
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Send Relief Jun 13
Refugees who can speak English often have more opportunities than those who don't know the language. Connect with some in your community and offer to practice speaking English with them.
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NAMB Jun 12
“The biggest challenge [in compassion ministries] is a personal one: you’re going to pray for, meet their needs and walk with? The gospel is at stake, and our witness is on display for the world to see.” –
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Send Relief Jun 12
“We’re doing our part in a much larger story—ultimately to make Jesus known to someone who is apart from Him.” – on the Send Relief ministries panel at
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Send Relief Jun 12
Interested in learning more about and ? Text CHILD to 888111 to download resources from Send Relief and for you and your church.
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Send Relief Jun 12
“He has made the Church to be a reflection of His love to children, birth moms and everyone involved. Let’s do what we’ve been designed to do!” – on and at
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Send Relief Jun 12
“We want to be pro-life, and we want babies to be born. But are we willing to step into those places and stand with these women once these children are born?” – , Lifeline Children’s Services, on the importance of and at
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Send Relief Jun 12
“There are people in churches who want to care for vulnerable children, they just don’t know where to start. That’s where the church can step in and teach people how to help.” – ,
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