Simply Show Up

Sometimes, all we need to do is share a story. Thanks to our friend, Hal Melton, Associate Pastor of Missions and Senior Adults at Trinity Baptist Church in Raleigh, NC for sharing this wonderful testimony from Rev. Elizabeth Burgess and the project she led on their Inasmuch Day April 25 of this year.   “Prior […]

Operation Inasmuch and Carson-Newman University Share an Anniversary

Ten Years and Counting for Inasmuch at Carson-Newman University When were your values formed?  When in your development did you decide what you wanted to be involved in?  Most of us would answer these questions “in my college years.” Knowing this, Carson-Newman University in Jefferson City, Tennessee, has promoted community service for all of their students […]

Inasmuch Transforms

“The Church Is Changed!” West Hampton Baptist Church in Hampton, VA, is not the same church.  The building looks the same.  For the most part, the same people attend and most of the activities are the same as they have been for a long time.  But according to Sohn McGough, Coordinator of West Hampton’s recent […]

A Tale of Two Women and Inasmuch

The first woman is Nell (not her real name) – a middle aged, homeless woman who lives in Sumter, South Carolina. Nell suffered from domestic abuse for years until she finally moved out of her home and in with a friend. Her job at a nearby Salvation Army helped her to survive on her own […]

Inasmuch Events Foster Evangelism

The following article was published April, 2012 on the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina web site. It features our Executive Director David Crocker sharing how the an Inasmuch event effectively opens doors to evangelism. Operation Inasmuch is opportunity to evangelize By: Buddy Overman Sharing the gospel in modern America is not as acceptable to the […]

Mercy vs. Evangelism

Tim Keller, John Piper, and Don Carson discuss whether churches should be committed to mercy or to evangelism in this video from The Gospel Coalition: