IMB layoffs hit home; no additional missionaries required to leave overseas

IMB President David Platt called the board's communications staff, whose jobs are being eliminated, "some of the kindest servants and leaders in the Richmond office." (WMU Photo)

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The Southern Baptist International Mission Board announced Jan. 14 the elimination of its stateside communications department. But with 700 veteran missionaries and 50 home office staff accepting a voluntary retirement incentive, no additional overseas personnel are expected to be required to return to the United States.

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