Thoughts on How to Be Thankful

A group of us recently discussed the fact that most Americans have essentially self-centered and unrealistic expectations of life. We want to achieve something. We want to avoid pain. We want to feel beautiful. We want great relationships, fun vacations, retirement savings. We want. We want. We want. And because we want what we often […]

Virginia Churches Serve Together

Thirty-five (35) churches joined together to serve the Danville, Virginia, area on October 8, 2011 in their first-ever Inasmuch United. On that day, nine hundred (900) people showed compassion to those in need through 140 projects! Cliff Hudgins, Director of Missions for the Pittsylvania Baptist Association, shared the following with us: People who return from […]

Inasmuch United Training for Sumter

Twelve Sumter, South Carolina, churches received training on November 6, 2011, to conduct an Inasmuch United in the spring of 2012. The following article was posted  Friday, November 4, 2011 on The, the online version of Sumter’s daily newspaper. Class gets churches familiar with Operation Inasmuch BY COREY DAVIS Joel Singletary’s mission […]

Celebrating Compassion

The following article appeared on (Fayetteville, NC) on October 28, 2011 Church where Operation Inasmuch began celebrates a compassion revolution David Crocker, national director of Operation Inasmuch and former pastor of Snyder Memorial Baptist Church, shows off a painting that will be donated to the Fayetteville [Area Operation Inasmuch] office. By Chick Jacobs Staff writer […]

Fall 2011 Training

Upcoming workshops and training are listed below. Contact us for more information or to schedule more! Regional Inasmuch United Training for the 2012 North Carolina statewide event follows: September 24 Trinity Baptist Church Raleigh, NC 919-787-3740 First Baptist Church Wadesboro, NC 704-283-8383 October 1 Beverly Hills Baptist Church Asheville, NC 828-252-1864 October 8 Oakmont Baptist […]

How to Change a Homeless Man’s Life (Part 3)

I recently read a remarkable book, one that spent more than 2 years on the New York Times’ bestseller list: Same Kind of Different as Me.  It’s an amazing story of an unlikely friendship between homeless Denver Moore and wealthy Ron Hall. In two previous blogs, I discussed what I learned from the book about “how […]

Inasmuch Life is Coming to Life!

Operation Inasmuch is moving in new directions. If you’ve visited the new web site or read recent eNewsletters, you know that we are piloting our new Inasmuch Life process by which churches can help more of their people enter lifestyles of compassion ministry, serving the neediest in their communities on an ongoing basis. For many years, Operation Inasmuch has […]

Operation Inasmuch Feeds 50,000

We didn’t start out with 5 loaves and 2 fishes, BUT we did feed 50,000 people! How? Operation Inasmuch, Kids Against Hunger (the local affiliate: A Child’s Hope), and the North American Christian Convention (NACC) co-hosted a service project at the recent NACC conference in Cincinnati.  In four 1-hour shifts, about 250 men, women, and children […]

The Hard Truth

A revolution is a movement — usually a radical and exciting movement — to change something: the government, one or more leaders as we have seen in the “Arab spring,” or longstanding cultural traditions such as the Civil Rights movement in the U.S. a few decades ago. A revolution always includes the proclamation of the […]

How to Change a Homeless Man’s Life (Part 2)

I recently read Same Kind of Different as Me, a true story that chronicles the lives of two improbable friends – art dealer Ron Hall and homeless Denver Moore. The book touched me in many ways while also teaching me several lessons about how to serve our neighbors in need. A couple of weeks ago, […]

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