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  • ABHMS Fills Key Positions on Leadership Empowerment Team

    VALLEY FORGE, PA (ABNS 1/20/23)— American Baptist Home Mission Societies (ABHMS) is pleased to announce that Alexzandria Sanchez was hired as National Coordinator for Scholarships and Emerging Leaders after an exhaustive national search. She previously served as a digital content coordinator for ABHMS. In her new role, Sanchez will manage ABHMS’ comprehensive scholarship and continuing education grant programs and be the main liaison between ABHMS and its emerging leaders and scholars network.

  • ABHMS Promotes Valued Strategist to National Coordinator Role

    VALLEY FORGE, PA (ABNS 1/20/23)—American Baptist Home Mission Societies (ABHMS) is pleased to announce that the Rev. Abigail Medina Betancourt, a member of the Intercultural Ministries team, has been promoted to National Coordinator of Intercultural Engagement. Her new role includes an expanded portfolio of responsibilities focused on supporting ministries in multicultural and intercultural contexts and strengthening the capacity of American Baptist leaders to implement effective ministries.

  • History Book Captivates with Unique Christian Perspective

    VALLEY FORGE, PA (ABNS 1/20/2023)—For centuries, religious differences have fueled open warfare between the Karen People and the Burmese majority. Angelene Naw tells their captivating story from a Christian Karen perspective in The History of the Karen People of Burma, new from Judson Press.

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  • Hear Your Call • Feb. 13, 3:30-4:30 p.m. (ET) • Free Webinar

    Five Keys for Vocational Discernment
    The “Great Resignation” is affecting all sectors, including the Christian church. It’s clear that questions of vocation, call, and how to persist in ministry are alive for leaders at every stage of ministry. Hear Your Call is an invitation to listen for God’s call in your story at this present moment.

    This free, one-hour webinar will introduce key considerations for discernment at any stage of life, as well as invite participants to a cohort learning experience, Listen to Your Life (Feb. 27–Mar. 27, 2023), designed for those who wish to explore their vocation in greater depth.

    Click on the title to register.

  • 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.