Our Mission Outreaches
Our desire is to actively support our missionaries at home and abroad. We financially and prayerfully support the following missionaries:
Larry and Becky Stanton
Larry and Becky are currently serving with International Ministries partners Hungarian Baptist Aid and the Baptist Union of Hungary. Becky works with schools in the eastern region of the country, primary and elementary community schools in Téglás and a technical high school in Debrecen. Larry assists Serbian Baptist churches in Stara Moravica and Paçer with their service to the community and to refugees along the Balkan route. Larry and Becky’s three daughters attend local schools, learning Hungarian and teaching English as only children can.
Giving men hope, a future, and a purpose based on the principle that only Christ can truly change a life.
Their primary goal is to help each student develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and learn how to apply that relationship to every aspect of life.
Child Evangelism Fellowship
Child Evangelism Fellowship is a Bible-centered organization composed of born-again believers whose purpose is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple) them in the Word of God and in a local church for Christian living.
Provides free and confidential services to those in need. This includes pregnancy tests, vitamins, ultrasound, educational services, parental workshops, prevention education, and counseling.
Missionary work in India overseen by Pastor John Reynolds. Pastor Reynolds was an associate pastor at First Baptist Church in Murphysboro. Shaski ministry offers sewing centers so women can earn an income to support their families. They also do hospital ministires along with family/child food programs. In addition, Pastor Reynolds works with area pastors in their work to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Denise and Juan Aragon
Juan and Denise serve in partnership with the Council of Rural Indigenous Evangelicals of Mexico (Consejo Indígena Campesino Evangélico de México, CICEM) in Chiapas, Mexico. They both work in training, prevention and education as they learn the community needs and look for ways to emotionally and economically empower leaders in their communities. Juan focuses on theological education and leadership training as he accompanies, coaches and disciples new church leaders. Denise’s ministry seeks to empower women, especially those who are victims of domestic abuse.
Evangelical Bible Mission (EBM)
Evangelical Bible Mission (EBM) International is a missionary organization with world wide ministries. From its humble beginnings on Andros, Island, Bahamas in 1940 it has expanded to ministry involvement in 17 countries where teams of missionaries have planted a wide variety of ministries including:
Churches, Schools, Medical clinics, Orphanages, Vocational training centers, Bible Colleges, and Self-help projects. Many of these “mission fields” have advanced to be totally self supporting and self administrated by capable nationals. This is the goal of all our over seas missionary endeavors. We consider a mission accomplished when we can move our foreign missionaries to other new fields of service and leave the ministries we have founded in trained and capable hands.
Midwest Messianic Center
The midwest messianic Center is located in Missouri and focuses on proclaiming Jesus as Messiah to God's chosen people.
American Baptist Campus House - SIUC
This organization maintains a house in Carbondale where Christian college students can live together in an environment which helps deepen their faith.
Murrow Indian Children's Home
At the Murrow Indian Children’s Home their mission is to provide a safe, nurturing environment, spiritual foundation, and cultural experience to Native American Children in crisis.