The ministry at Great Commission Baptist Church is in the “growth stage.” We have launched in our community, chartered membership, elected deacons, held a recognition council, and developed our core group into a congregation. In the coming months we are praying that God would grow our church in a variety of ways. First, we are praying for spiritual growth. We desire all of our church, including ourselves, to be taking next steps in their lives of faith. Second, we desire our church to continue to grow in ministry abilities. We need to keep equipping people for the work of the ministry. Third, we need our church to grow numerically. We [...]
Paul and Janet Robinson have been ministering in Camden, New Jersey since 1994. The city of Camden is one of the poorest cities in the U.S. In 2008, Camden had the highest crime rate in the U.S. It has been dubbed the most dangerous city in the U.S. in past years. With all of its social, economic, and spiritual problems, Camden possesses an invaluable resource – over 77,000 people! We labor day and night reaching both adults and children who are caught in the never-ending downward spiral of urban dysfunction of every kind imaginable. Presently we spend a lot time and resource focusing on reaching the children and youth. [...]
All in a day’s work… by Kevin Maki (BCP Deaf Ministry Coordinator/Church Planter) Deaf Baptist Church - Fremont, CA Entering a parking garage off of I-80 and stopping the car to get around rush-hour traffic. Backpack and bicycle balanced precariously as an early morning electric commuter train whines up to the platform and the station announcer calls: “Fremont” for an on-time arrival at an appointment. On a given day, making disciples among the deaf may be as simple as answering an email or text message question or taking a call by videophone to discuss something in sign language. Or it may include a call from a hospital chaplain asking for [...]
Tom and Peggy Shelton accepted the call to plant a church in Fairfield Glade, TN. A group of believers had joined together with a heart to plant a Baptist Church that would have expository preaching, hold to the fundamentals of the faith and provided fellowship for those of like faith. The church has been established organizationally, has their own facilities, and is now working to reduce the debt load so they can graduate from mission status.
Victory Baptist Church Graduation Service on November 26, 2011 Victory Baptist Church grew out of a small group Bible study begun in Fullerton in 1981 by Pastor Timothy Blackman. After meeting for a time on Sunday afternoons the folks gathered in 1983 for an organizational meeting to form an independent Baptist Fellowship. In 1987 Pastor Roy Cupples came to Fullerton after having started Grace Baptist Church in his home in Grand Island. Under his leadership the fellowship purchased the old hospital and began remodeling it for use as a church building. The first service in this building was held on September 6, 1992. The group organized as a church on November 22, [...]
Missionaries Jim and Janice Mitchell and children The Mitchells are serving in the church plant in Pueblo West, CO. The church has grown and now have two a.m. services. They feel they must build with cash on hand thus raising support for a new auditorium. Contact the Mitchells at email@example.com See Mountain Shadows Baptist Church website http://msbcvision.org/ Recent Email: Prayer Partners, Unfortunately, the Denver Broncos' last minute come from behind wins are getting more attention this Christmas season than the birth of Jesus Christ. (Thankfully, Tim Tebow is trying hard to give credit where credit is due.) While the Broncos winning streak is filled with intrigue, the birth [...]