Missions

The North Roanoke Baptist Association (NRBA) is a group of 64 Southern Baptist churches working in Edgecombe, Halifax, Nash, and Northhampton counties in North Carolina.  The association is affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of NC, the Southern Baptist Convention, the International Mission Board (IMB), and North American Mission Board (NAMB).


Vermont is the "least religious" state in the United States.  Green Mountain Baptists are "Partnering together in stewardship development and leadership training resulting in church strengthening and mobilization for new ministries and church starts."


IMB's (International Mission Board) mission is to make disciples of all peoples in fulfillment of the Great Commission found in Matthew 29:18-20.  Over 6,000 people groups - 1.7 billion people - still live with little or no access to the Gospel.


NAMB (North American Mission Board) is engaged with reaching unbelievers, planting churches, and strengthening existing churches in North America.  NAMB currently has over 5000 missionaries with thousands more participating in short term mission projects.  


The Baptist State Convention of NC provides administrative, church planting, missions development, congregational health, and evangelism support to SBC churches in NC.  The convention includes agencies for theological training and children's services, etc.


Water for the Oppressed provides clean water to the people of Zambia, Africa through the construction of new water wells and the repair of broken hand pumps. Their mission is "Making disciples and demonstrating God's love to the oppressed, by bringing physical through clean water and spiritual life by proclaiming the "Living Water" of the Gospel of Jesus Christ."


Established in 1993, the Moscow Evangelical Christian Seminary is an evangelical conservative school.  Fully accredited, registered, and licensed, the seminary trains over 130 students from Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, Armenia, Moldova, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Russia.