Changes for White Cross
In its nearly one hundred years in operation, White Cross has gone through a number of changes and transitions, all in service of providing tangible assistance to our brothers and sisters in the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services. In an effort to continue providing a high level of support to this crucial ministry, two more changes to the White Cross ministry are being finalized.
As the NAB Field Director in Cameroon and Director Cooperating Missions for the Cameroon Baptist Convention, Calvin Hohn is in the unique position to see the importance of the White Cross ministry. He said, “The White Cross ministry has helped save millions of lives in Cameroon since its inception almost a hundred years ago. The medical ministries NAB partners with in Cameroon continue to expand, so the work of White Cross is needed now more than ever before. Donations of medical supplies and equipment sent through White Cross continue help make health care more affordable to the people of Cameroon.”
New TouchPoint Newsletter
The newest edition of TouchPoint, the newsletter from the Women’s Connection Leadership Team, is out now! In this Fall 2020 edition, you will find
- stories of NAB missionaries responding to COVID-19
- book recommendations for living out of faith instead of fear
an article by Jean Ewing on the Baptist Women’s World Day of Prayer on November 2
Discipleship to Fruitfulness
|It is often new church plants like Gather Steveston that are able to go into previously unreached corners of our communities, large or small – to people previously uninterested in hearing about Jesus – and spark the kind of disciple-making that Jesus trained His disciples toward. Even as much of the world has slowed down due to the current global pandemic, God continues to be on the move in and through church planters like Darren and Crista Lof, just one couple in a whole wave of new NAB church planters in the last few years.
Be on the lookout for a mailer telling the story of Holly’s discipleship journey through Gather Steveston. Additional resources surrounding this mailer are in the works and will be available soon.