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The Orphans of Sudan

The Orphans of Sudan

| April 27, 2016

God’s Tender Mercy (GTM) is a dynamic ministry moving forward, caring for orphans in war torn Pajok, South Sudan. The village is still rebuilding after the devastation created by civil war from 1983-2005. The current conflict that began in 2013 has not greatly affected the village of Pajok but progress in the country as a […]

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Translations Matter

Translations Matter

| April 27, 2016

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.”  Matthew 28:19 Globally 16,404 groups or ethnicities of peoples have been identified as sharing a common language.  Sadly, of these there still remain 6,649 groups without a Bible in their native […]

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Shooting for Peace

Shooting for Peace

| April 27, 2016

Recovery of a city after riots isn’t quick or easy. Some neighborhoods never heal. Helping a city lift itself out of pain, poverty and despair is a massive effort and requires multiples of state, private, community and spiritual organizations coming together, giving life to healing movements and events.  One such movement, “Shooting for Peace”, by […]

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An Invitation for Bible Sundays

An Invitation for Bible Sundays

| January 21, 2016

Maryland Bible Society exists in part to demonstrate the Bible’s relevance through training, teaching and exposition raising the awareness of as many people as possible in hopes of “igniting a fresh passion for God’s Word”.  From the early 1800s through the present, Bible societies ‘have carried the Flag’ always out front reminding us of its […]

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MBS Encourages BGEA’s <em>My Hope</em>

MBS Encourages BGEA’s My Hope

| January 21, 2016

Maryland Bible Society wants to encourage our readers and donors to be aware of the opportunities offered by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. BGEA’s national initiative, My Hope, provides you with the opportunity and tools to promote and equip your local churches to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a very personal way. The […]

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In Memory of Jim Lee

In Memory of Jim Lee

| January 21, 2016

On November 15, 2015 the Maryland Bible Society lost James ‘Jim’ W. Lee a dedicated and supportive Board Member. His love for the Word of God prompted his decision to join the MBS Board in 2004 and immediately became an integral member of the Financial Committee using his financial experience and knowledge to assist us. […]

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Ministry Leader Luncheon – a Big Hit!

Ministry Leader Luncheon – a Big Hit!

| November 3, 2015

Christian ministry leaders and donors will sometimes share a desire that we should work together more frequently.  They see the need for more collaboration and creativity.  All of us know clients may fall ‘through the cracks’.  Those are the times we say ‘if we only had more help’.  Many of us yearn to do more. […]

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MBS partners with FCA in Nicaragua

MBS partners with FCA in Nicaragua

| November 3, 2015

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) and MBS are continuing to partner in new and different ways.  This time we provided the funding for 200 Spanish Bibles to FCA’s newest chapter — FCA Nicaragua! Several years ago two Baltimore teachers founded a ministry to help the suffering children of Nicaragua. The villages suffer with poverty […]

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Christian Scholar ~ Servant Ministries – From Baltimore to Bangladesh

Christian Scholar ~ Servant Ministries – From Baltimore to Bangladesh

| November 3, 2015

by Dr. Thomas Adam Corson “Igniting Fresh Passion” and the ministry of God’s Word are themes that are very much in keeping with Christian Scholar ~ Servant Ministries (CSSM).  Knowing Mr. David Moyer, MBS Executive Director, for some 25 years was another happy impetus to a partnership between CSSM & MBS. CSSM was founded in […]

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Partnerships Making a Difference in Sandtown

Partnerships Making a Difference in Sandtown

| August 27, 2015

Maryland Bible Society again partnered with local churches and ministries to promote healing – this time for the healing of the Sandtown neighborhood teens and young men.  Sandtown was rocked by the riots and many people were, and still are, in need of spiritual encouragement and love. On June 22 the Basketball League of Sandtown […]

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