At First Baptist Belton, one of our core aims is to share Jesus globally. We do this through local mission projects, international mission trips, and by living an intentionally evangelical lifestyle in the environment where we have been placed. 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 the worship of our great God will be eternal.

So we extend an invitation for you to partner with us in worshiping 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 Mark Cox, Minister of Missions at

Missionary Residence

International Missionaries serve on the front lines of the lost world as they minister compassionately, make disciples, and plant churches among the least reached peoples of the world. At First Baptist Belton we seek to provide a place to call home for the time that IMB missionaries come from the field for their stateside assignment. We also learn tremendously from the missionary families as they share about their overseas mission work with our church family for the brief time they are here.

2015 Mission Trips


Moldova September 9-17

Construction Team will work at the KBC Ministries camp primarily building new cabins to replace worn out ones. Our goal would be to construct 6 cabins or more. Some construction experience is required to be part of this team. This camp is used effectively by KBC ministries for evangelism and discipleship.


Uganda November 5-15

Join our ministry partner organization Sweet Sleep in the distribution of beds, mosquito nets, Bibles and blankets to the orphans living in either villages or districts in the northern region of the country. This trip will include greeting, sharing the gospel, and encouraging in-country Sweet Sleep leadership.


South Asia

Unreached, unengaged people group trips – Help our church reach our adopted people group. We will be taking small teams of up to 6 people six times a year. Teams will be formed after applications are received and reviewed.

For more information about participating in any of these trips contact Irene Martinez at or Mark Cox at

Matthew IrvineMissions Ministry