Benjie Shaw, the TBMB’s campus student minister at UT Health Science Center – Memphis, talks about the challenges and strategies of reaching a Millennial generation with the gospel. Many have grown up with no church background or have wandered far from church. Benjie discusses how to engage and discuss deep spiritual questions. [Read more…]
Willie McLaurin, Director of Black Church Development for the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board, discusses the growth of the black church in Tennessee, mobilization, and being on mission. [Read more…]
In this episode of Radio B&R, TBMB ethnic church planting specialist William Burton discusses immigration, ethnic people in Tennessee and Great Commission opportunities for churches looking for a place to reach the nations right here in Tennessee.
Roc Collins, the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board’s newly named Director of Evangelism, sits down with Radio B&R to discuss his new role and the vision he has for seeing Tennessee Baptists reach their spiritually lost communities with the gospel.
The spiritual and physical needs in Tennessee are virtually overwhelming. With widespread poverty and other human needs at an all-time high, churches have a ripe opportunity to bridge the gap with their communities through compassion ministries. Radio B&R sat down with state missionary Joe Sorah to discuss how churches can serve their neighbors and lead them to Christ through compassion ministries.
Gatlinburg Pastor Pete Lamon was cutoff by the fires as he and his wife tried to check on some of their property and in this episodes discusses the great destruction that swept through the mountains surrounding Banner Baptist Church and ultimately destroyed half the church’s property, along with the homes of seven church members.