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Children in Poverty: Our Kids in Crisis!

Poverty: Our Kids in Crisis

Currently there are over 16 million children living in poverty throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, and the number is growing every day. These are children who are vulnerable to hunger, homelessness, poor health care, illiteracy, isolation and neglect because of poverty. Through the Children in Poverty Initiative, American Baptist Home Mission Societies seeks to encourage and equip American Ba

Youth Build: A Home Mission Project

The purpose of Home Mission Action Team (HMAT) projects like this is to teach youth ages 15-19 about God’s mission at home as expressed through caring people. This project offers youth hands-on experience with mission...

Refugee Resettlement: A Transformative Opportunity!

As the people of God, we are the hands and feet of Christ in a hurting world. Our call is to reach out to the "stranger" as Jesus did—physically, emotionally, and spiritually. The United States takes in about 70,000...

Evangelism: A Backpack Ministry Making a Difference!

Half of Putnam County’s population living under the federal poverty level is children.  Their parents sell food stamps for drugs, and kids don't get enough to eat. This fact motivated 166-year-old Mount Vernon Baptist...

Emerging Leaders: Let’s Invest in the Future!

Your contributions to the American Baptist Home Mission Societies (ABHMS) help American Baptist leaders across the United States and Puerto Rico to obtain training and needed resources. These strong Christian leaders are...

Stories of America for Christ

Church Finds Salvation in Mission

Located in an ethnically diverse neighborhood near downtown Phoenix, AZ, the Monte Vista Baptist Church is learning how to be the hands and feet of Christ by reaching out to the Karen and Chin refugees.

Donor Spotlight

Giving Back: Misión Latina of New Jersey

Iglesia Bautista Hispana in Morristown, N.J., and Misión Latina in Ledgewood, N.J., are growing for two reasons: First, because God provides the growth. Second, because we are responding to the needs of the people and are sharing...