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  • Intercultural Leadership Institute’s year-long program addressing cultural competency ends with special training session

    VALLEY FORGE, PA (11/18/2022)— The second cohort of American Baptist Home Mission Societies’ (ABHMS) Intercultural Leadership Institute (ILI) recently concluded its 13-month curriculum with a three-day residency at ABHMS’ Leadership and Mission Building in King of Prussia, Pa. The in-person event featured guest trainer the Rev. Kathryn (“Katie”) Choy-Wong, a respected elder in the Asian American Baptist community and thought leader who recently co-authored “Building Lasting Bridges: An Updated Handbook for Intercultural Ministries” (Judson Press 2022).

  • An Invitation to Leadership Inspired and Rooted in the Character of Christ

    VALLEY FORGE, PA (11/15/22) — Who should a Christian leader be―both inside and outside of the church? That’s the question author Leslie Copeland answers in the new Judson Press release “24/7 Embodying Christ-like Leadership.”

  • ABHMS Co-Creators Incubator Names Cycle 3 Cohort

    VALLEY FORGE, PA (ABNS 11/03/22)—American Baptist Home Mission Societies’ (ABHMS) Co-Creators Incubator has selected nine missional entrepreneurs from 22 applicants for its Cycle 3 cohort. The group will be together for the duration of 2023, beginning with a kickoff summit at ABHMS’ Leadership and Mission Building in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, from January 11-13, 2023.

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  • Spiritual Care in Crisis & Disaster • Dec. 5, 2022, 7-8:30 pm (ET) • Live via Zoom

    Global pandemic. Natural disasters. Racial violence. Mass shootings.

    With crises come anger, fear, grief, and uncertainty. Faith may provide an anchor—or a stumbling block. Get equipped to engage people at their point of spiritual need. Facilitated by experienced educator and board-certified chaplain the Rev. Dr. Janet R. McCormack.

    To register, click on the event title.

  • 2023 Mission Experiences Coordinated by ABHMS

    Mission experiences can be transformational discipleship experiences. Through them, there is a possibility to learn more about ourselves and others, and witness God at work through our neighbors and us. All of these opportunities include components that begin 4 – 8 months before the team travels and continues with 3 – 6 months of reflection following the on-site experience. The investment of time includes Bible study; learning about the history, current realities and people of the community serving alongside of you; and reflection on how an experience away from home can enhance our service when we return home. To review all 2023 mission experiences, please click on the title.