A flood that devastated a region of Myanmar in 2015 recently resulted in the planting of a church.
During a ministry in Kenya, nearly 900 people professed Christ as Savior.
A ministry in Guyana thanks Regular Baptist International for sending much-needed Sunday School materials.
Chris and Deb Hindal arrived in Zambia on Friday evening, Oct. 12. This stop was one of several during the couple’s trip to visit Regular Baptist International partnering associations in East Africa.
In their trip through East Africa, Chris and Deb Hindal were richly blessed by the warmth and commitment of believers in Malawi.
On the next leg of their three-week trip through East Africa, Chris and Deb Hindal stopped in Tanzania.
Churches in Rwanda are facing an unusual and extremely challenging situation, as the government is seeking to upgrade the building structures of churches. Many churches have had to close.
Children in India learned about the love of God at Vacation Bible School, thanks to Regular Baptist Press resources and a church in Michigan.
Many students and adults in Zambia accepted Christ as their Savior after hearing the gospel in school and at a showing of the Jesus Film.
Regular Baptist Press International regularly sends free Sunday School materials, Vacation Bible School programs, and books, all published by Regular Baptist Press, to churches and …
Chris Hindal recently visited Haiti, a nation that he says is experiencing a bump in the road but is a field “white for harvest.”
A Christian school in the Liberian village of Mafla has faced hard times but is overcoming the hardships thanks to students’ donations to a 2013 Regular Baptist Press Vacation Bible School missions project.
A ministry in Thailand held Vacation Bible School with resources published by Regular Baptist Press.
Billy Judson of Good News Baptist Assembly, Secunderabad, India, took a ministry trip to Sri Lanka.
A church plant in South Africa sends its thanks for Sunday School materials sent from Regular Baptist Press International.
A couple from First Baptist Church, Oxford, Michigan, is committed to teaching students in Ghana, West Africa, the Word of God, primarily through Vacation Bible School.
Through youth camps in Manipur, India, young people are hearing the gospel and understanding the importance of missions.
Dr. H. C. Stephen of Manipur, India, tells of the many occasions for which he has thanked God throughout his ministry in 2017.
Joseph Akakpo of Togo talks about his recent ministries with the Association des Eglises Baptistes Bibliques du Togo.
Ruth Enosh of India asks for prayer, as a group of radicals entered a home where she was leading a prayer meeting.
On Thursday morning of the IPFBM All-Partners Conference, Pastor Kirk Wesselink of Desert Hills Baptist Church, Albuquerque, New Mexico, spoke in place of J. D. …
On the third day of the IPFBM All-Partners Conference, Cyrus Wanyonyi brought a message about the blessings and challenges of planting churches in Kenya.
On the second day of the IPFBM All-Partners Conference, guests rose early for prayer before breakfast, heard messages, attended workshops on practical ministry topics, and listened to ministry reports from six IPFBM church association representatives.
After a long day of travel for many of the guests, the IPFBM All-Partners Conference began Monday evening, Nov. 6 in Tagaytay City, Philippines.
Chris and Deb Hindal opened the missions conference of Bethel Fundamental Baptist Church in Dasmarinas City, Philippines, on Sunday, Nov. 5 and took part in a ground-breaking ceremony for the church’s new building.
With a desire to serve the Lord and teach God’s Word to children, Chinese nationals are in the middle of translating Regular Baptist Press’s Kids4Truth Clubs curriculum into the Mandarin language.
Church leaders associated with the International Partnership of Fundamental Baptist Ministries are preparing for the third meeting of the All-Partners IPFBM Conference, Nov. 6–10, in the Philippines.
The report of Regular Baptist International by Director Chris Hindal began with a video capturing the expansion of Gospel Literature Services and highlighting the name …
“Warm Christian fellowship” marked the annual Easter Conference of the African Fundamental Baptist Mission in Monrovia, Liberia.
Famine has hit communities in Uganda, Africa, due to a prolonged drought. “The situation is alarming,” says the president of the Eastern Uganda Baptist Association.
Regular Baptist Press International sends free Sunday School materials, Vacation Bible School programs, and books, all published by Regular Baptist Press, to churches and ministries …
Pastor Cedric has served a Baptist church of about 120 members in Hong Kong for the past 12 years. He is our driver and guide as my coworker Michael Nolan and I navigate China.
Ambassador Baptist Church in Yangon, Myanmar, is the latest church to benefit from the resources of Regular Baptist Press International.
Believers in Manipur, India, participate in Fasting Prayer Program.
For Lighthouse Baptist Church in the Philippines, Regular Baptist Press children’s curriculum is “wonderful and enlightening.”
In India, a Baptist pastor and his wife were severely persecuted for their faith. Now a friend, a fellow minister, is helping meet their needs.
Gospel Literature Services regularly sends free Sunday School materials, Vacation Bible School programs, and books, all published by Regular Baptist Press, to churches and ministries …
Church planting and support for pastors and evangelists have encountered numerous obstacles in India and Nepal due to the rise of radical Hinduism in both countries.
Association of Independent Baptist Churches of Liberia held its 2015 conference, with 500 people in attendance.
Timothy Sui Lian Mang, president of Myanmar Biblical Baptist Fellowship, is working on translating the Old Testament into the Falam Chin language.
New Testament Baptist Church Association in Manipur, India, conducted VBS using Regular Baptist Press “Investigation Destination” curriculum.
Our IPFBM friends, brothers and sisters in Christ, need our prayers as they recover from the 7.8 magnitude earthquake. Pray for comfort, strength, and grace. Pray for opportunities for the gospel.
Bt. Pousiam is president of Berean Baptist Ministries in Noney, India, which operates Berean Baptist Academy. Pousiam sees the need to construct a new church building …
Calvary Baptist School System in Liberia had just completed the foundation for a classroom building when Ebola broke out, bringing the country to a standstill. Financial hardships are now making it difficult for the school to operate.
Over three hundred adults and children worship every Sunday at New Testament Baptist Church in Liberia. None of them have been infected with Ebola, says Pastor Jesse Quapourlee.
Timothy Sui Lian Mang is president of Revival Baptist Churches of Myanmar. He sends the following ministry update. Every year in the month of December, …
Billa Nelson Babu is president of the Biblical Baptist Fellowship in Karnataka,
India. He sends the following ministry report.
Pastors and evangelists in Liberia have received two motorbikes, thanks to generous donors from First Baptist Church, Elyria, Ohio. (Read “Seniors Group Funds Motorcycles for …
Wesley Chatla is a former administrator of Dr. J. Frank Davis Public School, a ministry of the Indian Christian Bethel Baptist Gospel Fellowship in Andhra …
A minister in West Africa says the Lord has brought his ministry far, even though 2014 was a challenging year.
Ministry in Cambodia is not for the faint of heart or the success-oriented mind. Anyone looking for ministry in a hard place where lost people abound, Cambodia may be God’s appointment for you.
The Ebola virus continues to spread through West Africa and has claimed the lives of 1,350 people. Nancy Sackie, a pastor’s wife in the African Fundamental Baptist Mission, affiliated with the International Partnership of Fundamental Baptist Ministries, died Aug. 19.
Jesse Quapourlee of Libera, West Africa, recently asked for financial help in providing Ebola relief efforts in Liberia. He now sends an update. He says, “We have observed that a lot of people are in tune to the gospel’s message now than ever before in our country.”
In West Africa, nine of those saved at VBS walked over two hours to be in church Sunday morning and then returned again Sunday night.