CRISIS: Southern Baptists seek ways to assist unemployed missionaries

According to Christian Examiner:

After the International Mission Board’s (IMB) shocking announcement in August about a serious budget deficit, what will happen to the 600 to 800 overseas missionaries whose jobs it announced it will cut during its “organization reset”?

Southern Baptists have responded to the 170-year-old organization’s financial crisis — rising through the past few years and finally requiring the IMB to stop relying on reserves and make some heart-wrenching personnel cuts — by welcoming home missionaries with help finding housing, transportation, and jobs.

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