SCBaptists Named Top Sender of GenSend Participants

South Carolina Baptists have reason to celebrate as they have been named the top sender of GenSend students. Steve Turner, the Senior Director of Next Gen Mobilization, shared the exciting news congratulating the SCBaptist Convention’s Collegiate Team.

GenSend is a program launched by the North American Mission Board (NAMB) of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) that focuses on mobilizing college students and young adults to serve on mission in North America. The program provides students with an opportunity to grow in their faith, develop their leadership skills, and gain hands-on experience in various ministry contexts.

SCBaptists Send 56 Students on GenSend Mission

A total of 56 students from South Carolina will be sent on mission with GenSend, and the leading school with students sent was Charleston Southern University with 21 sent students, while Crosspoint Clemson was the leading church with students sent, followed closely by Northwood Baptist Church.

Chad Stillwell, the Director of Collegiate Ministries for the South Carolina Baptist Convention, expressed his excitement and gratitude for the partnership with NAMB and for the opportunity to send students on mission. The South Carolina Baptist Convention is committed to saturating and transforming college and university campuses with the hope of the Gospel.

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