This summer, 12,642 World Changers participants served at more than 900 work sites doing manual labor in homes and communities. P2 Missions, previously PowerPlant, partnered with 2,865 individuals to serve 108 church plants.
LifeWay Christian Resources is facing “headwinds of change with an attitude of abundance and not scarcity,” according to president and CEO Thom S. Rainer.
Speaking to LifeWay’s board of trustees during their regular semi-annual meeting August 25-26, Rainer cited Proverbs 12:11 as a source of wisdom and inspiration.
Participants in a panel discussion held during the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting were open about their disagreements concerning theology and evangelism, but agreed about the urgency to evangelize.
The breakfast meeting was sponsored by The Gospel Project and drew more than 500 people for an honest, spirited, and entertaining discussion about how differing views of salvation impact the way Christians do ministry and mission.
LifeWay Christian Resources is challenging churches to start 100,000 new Bible study groups by the end of this year. This initiative, a partnership between churches, state conventions and LifeWay, is designed to help long-time churchgoers jump-start their faith and to help new believers grow spiritually.