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Himalayan Missions

This ministry works with local pastors and leaders in the Himalayas to spread the gospel in Darjeeling India, Nepal and Bhutan. The few churches in the countryside of Bhutan are underground and open evangelism is illegal; therefore very little mission work is being done in this area.

Our primary focus is in the villages of the Himalayas where people mostly live off the land without any transportation or electricity. They have no church buildings and the education for the children is not good. The mission is to reach those that haven't been reached with the gospel and go where no missionaries have gone.

We work to fully support local pastors, church planting in remote villages and sponsor bible schools where young leaders can be trained prior to being sent out to the mission field.

For more information contact Art Rendon

HelpingHelpless-slider1Village of Hope Uganda

Compelled by a God-centered heart for orphans, Village of Hope (VOH) rescues the lives of former child soldiers, sex slaves and their younger siblings orphaned by war. VOH provides a safe haven for healing and hope for a future. This is accomplished by our feeding ministry in Gulu’s IDP camps providing food, education & counseling. Residential Villages of Hope provide physical needs, safety, medical services, a stable and loving home, life skills training, education in our schools, counseling, vocational training, Biblical discipleship and systemic solutions to epidemic poverty and hopelessness among Africa’s most vulnerable children. Our approach is designed to prepare and inspire VOH young men and women to become productive citizens, ethical leaders, and beacons for Christ within their communities and country.

For more information email Bob Caldwell or visit the Village of Hope website



Placke Family - Tanzania

In 2008 the Placke family of six moved to East Africa. Wanting to serve neglected and impoverished peoples and go where no one else would go, they settled in a faraway village in southeastern Tanzania. With Christ as their compassion source, they committed to walking side by side with the Ngindo tribe.

For more information visit the Go Drill International website

Help One Now Haiti.JPGHelp One Now - Haiti

Our church has raised funds to build the Ferrier Village in Haiti, along with other churches, to house children who suffered loss and homelessness following the devastating earthquake of 2010.
For more information contact Beverly Shelton


Cooperative Program Giving

As members of the Southern Baptist Convention, we are proud to support the Cooperative Program in which over 30,000 churches give towards a common goal: reaching every person on the planet with the good news of Jesus Christ. This year more than $278 million will be used to reach the nations and support our more than 3,600 Southern Baptist missionaries around the world.