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Ready to go to Liberty, TX? Virginia Baptist Disaster Response is ready for you! Flood Clean Up and Rebuilding work is beginning there in partnership with the First Baptist Church of Liberty and other local leaders. Make plans to join in clean up and rebuilding efforts. Bring a team or come by yourself. Prior training in disaster response is not required but is encouraged.

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Ed Jordan: Is Christianity a Spectator Sport?

Was it Jesus’ goal that a few people would do all the ministry done through a church while the much larger number of people merely come to sit and watch?

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Alma Hunt Offering Countdown: Say “Yes” to Abigail Girls Mission Project

Developing Kingdom Leaders is a value of WMU. The Abigail Girls program is leadership development in missions for girls in 4th – 6th grade.

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Alma Hunt Offering Countdown: Say “Yes” to the Southwest Virginia Partnership

The Southwest Virginia Partnership exists “to advance the Kingdom of Christ by putting His love into action—one person, one family, one community at a time.”

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Ed Jordan: Celebrating Creativity

This past weekend at our church, we experienced an evening of creativity as we watched a movie about people showing and explaining their inventions in the early 1900s. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the United States was flooded with legal immigrants who came to contribute to the American dream.

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Tony Brooks: 4 Creative Outreach Ideas

I’ve been broken, lost, depressed, oppressed, and weak that I might find favor and gain the weak. I’m flexible, adaptable, and able to do and be whatever is needed for all kinds of people so that in the end I can use every means at my disposal to offer them salvation. (I Corinthians 9:22 VOICE)

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WATCH: Disaster Response Update on Harvey & Irma

Virginia Baptist Disaster Response leaders have a video update from Texas about how you can continue helping with recovery efforts.

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Hurricane Harvey Satelitte

Virginia Baptist Disaster Response Update

The first teams have arrived in Liberty, Texas, to begin cleaning up homes damaged in the flood.

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