“I got a phone call from a telemarketer. He was trying to sell me something. I shyly asked him about salvation. I explained that he needed to be saved.”
– Kacie Newsome
“In September 2020 on a Saturday, I had decided to catch up with a long-time friend from a few years back in college; His name is Brian. Brian has been laid on my heart for a while to witness to. I wanted him to know about Jesus and what He has done for us.”
“My friend Satwikaa, a Hindu in India, likes to ask me spiritual questions like ‘What are demons?, How powerful are angels and demons?, Who is Satan?’, and others. I have been answering her questions in accordance with the Bible for months”
– Cathy Danam
“It was the Monday after Kobe Bryant died. At work, my colleagues and I shared memories and thoughts throughout the workday, and by the end of the day, I was emotionally exhausted.”
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Bible-based discipleship transcends all cultures and connects all peoples. Scriptural truths never change, but we must make certain we communicate the Bible’s message in ways our audience can accurately understand and apply to their lives.
Biblical Counseling: Centering on Christ in the Chaos
Mid-America’s Biblical Counseling faculty, graduates, and students are leading churches to minister God’s Word to those impacted by crisis. They also lead the field of Biblical Counseling in staying true to its heritage and responding to contemporary crises with God’s love and His Word.
Is Your Church a Friendly Church?
How well does your church do in welcoming guests? Discover four practical ways your church can be more intentional in making church visitors feel welcome.
Mid-America Alum Is Featured Preacher at Evangelism Conference—VIDEO
The Evangelism + Church Health Conference, presented by the Arkansas Baptist State Convention, featured Mid-America alumnus Dr. Ed Newton (MARE, 2000) in the keynote message on Monday evening, January 23, 2023.
Our Great Commission Map and Compass
The “Six Core Tasks of Church Planting” provide a basic map to guide a missionary along the continuum from entering a new community, sharing the Gospel, discipling new and maturing believers, forming healthy churches, developing local leaders, and exiting to new communities while maintaining a healthy connection with that maturing church. This “map” lays out the big picture of the missionary task and helps one chart the course in the right direction.
Twelve Most Popular Pages on Our Website for 2022
When Mid-America launched our newly branded website last year, we aimed to create a site that would serve as a hub for engagement with all things Mid-America. It’s been an enormous success, and we thought you might enjoy a tour of our most popular pages during 2022.