On a Mission to Reach the World with the Gospel

Matthew 28:19-20

Go therefore and make disciples of call the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.

Meet our Missions Partners

We partner with missionaries both locally and around the globe. Our goal through these partnerships is to see disciples being made of all nations. 

Baptist Friendship House

New Orleans, LA
Baptist Friendship House is located four blocks from the historic New Orleans French Market on the northern edge of the French Quarter. It is a ministry of the North American Mission Board, SBC and New Orleans Baptist Association (NOBA). It began its ministry on September 29, 1944, in a building at 732 Frenchmen Street. On June 1, 1947, it was relocated to its present location of 813 Elysian Fields Avenue.
The community has been through many changes over the years, but the continued purpose of the center has been to minister to the surrounding community and metropolitan area, through holistic ministry.
The number of homeless women with children continues to increase. Today families make up one third of the nation’s homeless population. To address this increasing need of homeless women and children, on August 19, 1999, Baptist Friendship House obtained a permit to provide overnight lodging.
Today, Friendship House has continued to minister to the community and through the Transitional Housing Ministry.
Baptist Friendship House’s operation is dependent upon contributions made by churches and individuals. You are a vital part of the ministry. 

The Belmores

Scott, Dana and family are serving as catalytic church planting strategists and trainers on the NW London Team, serving London university students and local churches, as well as facilitating & mobilizing US mission teams & short/mid-term collegiate missionaries for London.

Tbilisi, Georgia

Tbilisi was a completely forested area in Georgia. In 1,500 years this mostly uninhabited place has become the largest city in, and capital of Georgia with 1.25 million inhabitants. We have identified 40 different neighborhoods or suburban areas within this area called Tbilisi. We ask you to walk with us in prayer to reach the people living here. Eventually, we pray that in each one of these 40 areas at least one evangelical group will meet. Currently, less than 0.5% of the people here are evangelical Christians, although 90% claim to be Christian (from the Georgian Orthodox Church). We want to systematically cover these areas in prayer. Please, join us in prayer for Tbilisi.

Go and Tell Ministries

Matamoros, Mexico
Go and Tell Ministries is rooted in a deep awareness of the power of God to move in remarkable and unusual ways to bring people unto Himself. The story of Go and Tell’s beginnings is very much a testament of God’s power to transform one life in order to touch many others. The foundation of this ministry is directly linked to the personal journey of its founder, Mary K. Yarbrough. Below is Mary’s own reflection of the events that led to the foundation of Go and Tell Ministries…
Mary Yarbrough visited Matamoros three times before she committed to the Lord to come here and serve Him. And finally in February 2007, she was able to come home. She was able to come to Mexico to live, work and serve Him. This ministry we call Go and Tell has been placed here to complete two objectives.
1. To minister to those we encounter daily who face the monumental tasks of feeding their families, clothing them, finding medical care, providing adequate housing, education and training and perhaps employment – all with the great hope and prayer that as we attempt to reach out and meet their physical needs they will be touched by God’s grace, love and mercy and be called unto Him.
2. To work with the local churches and national believers to facilitate them to do the work of fulfilling the Great Commission – the work of not only spreading the Word but training disciples who will follow the call of our Lord.

For her – God’s call to serve Him was a process and it took me a long time to finally get to the place He has for me. But through the whole process there has been one constant command and that is the command to Go and Tell- to go and share the love of God – to share the truth of our need for Him – to reach the unreachable with the grace and mercy of the gospel and facilitate others to do the same.

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