At First Baptist Belton, one of our core aims is to share Jesus globally. We do this through local mission projects and international mission trips. Missionary work, however, is not an end in and of itself. Worship is. When this world comes to an end and our work ceases, it is the praise of our great God that alone will endure for all of eternity. Missions will be no more, but our worship will be eternal.
So we extend an invitation for you to partner with us in worshipping God with our lives and our resources as we spread the hope of the gospel. You will find various ways to connect below. If you have any questions that are not answered here, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our annual church budget supports the following organizations on a monthly basis. We know these groups and believe that the work they do is God-honoring. If one or more of these tugs at your heart, contact email@example.com to find specific ways to get involved in sharing Jesus right here in Bell County.
Seattle: College Ministry Mission Trip
Spring Break 2014
The Seattle group will work with Epic Life Church on their most recent project: developing a church plant in downtown Seattle. Pray for them as they serve Pastor Keith and the people of Seattle.
Two weeks in July, dates to be determined.
Our Cambodia team will be teaching conversational English to Cambodian Army officers with the goal of building relationships and sharing the Gospel. Military experience is valuable, but not required.
May 17-24, 2014
Our Dominican Republic team will be working with Rodney and Sharon Coleman in the Santo Domingo area. Team will be doing family ministry, witnessing, and prayer walking. We will also be encouraging our Dominican brothers and sisters in Christ.
May 23-31, July 19-26, 2014
Our Haiti team will be working in partnership with Hope for the Hungry. Share Christ’s love with children in the village of Ferrier in May, or the village of Guibert in July. The primary outreach will be conducting a Vacation Bible School on the campus of the community school that Hope for the Hungry helped establish.
October 10-17 or October 24-31, 2014
Serve in Nairobi through various ministry activities such as VBS for the children at the Youth Center, encouraging staff that work with the children, help construct a simple children’s basketball court, help serve lunch to the children, and possibly expand the children’s computer lab by installing additional computers.
June 9-15 or June 23-29, 2014
Depending on the date, the team will be reaching the Moldovan youth for Christ in a camp setting or reaching the city of Kishinev (the capital of Moldova) for Christ through various activities such as one-on-one evangelism, crafts, card-games, sports, food delivery, home cleaning, etc.
As an extension of our goal to share Jesus globally, we also support two great churches who are sharing Jesus locally. We hope you will take some time to get to know our brothers and sisters and their work in Bell County.
This fellowship, let by Pat Munoz, is working to reach the Spanish-speaking community with the gospel from their church home in South Belton. If you have an interest in reaching this group of Central Texans, please contact Pat. To visit the web site for Dúnamis, click here.
We know you have smelled the fantastic food that our Chinese Mission Church serves up each and every Sunday. Under the leadership of Paul Trinh, this church is flourishing as it works to evangelize the Chinese living in Central Texas. Through Sunday services and a powerful outreach to local restaurant workers during the week, they are truly being salt and light to their community. Contact Paul and find out how you can join them. To visit the Chinese Mission web site, click here.