Partnership between Alabama and Alaska Baptists off to a good start


In May, Alabama Baptists entered into a five-year partnership with Alaska Baptists, and the fruits of that partnership are already growing, leaders say.

The ministry partnership was highlighted during the Alaska Baptist Resource Network’s annual meeting held Sept. 27-29 at First Baptist Church North Pole.

During the Sept. 27 Impact Alaska missions celebration, Alabama Baptist Jamie Baldwin joined Cody Schwegel, pastor of Liberty Church in Craig, Alaska, for a conversation about Liberty’s relaunch.

Baldwin, who retired from the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions after working in Sunday School and discipleship ministries, has been serving in Craig since April 8 on a six-month assignment to help Schwegel and his church. The work has included construction work, as well as outreach…continued.

This article was originally published on thealabamabaptist.org. Click here to read the full article.

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