Southern Baptists have been making evangelism a global priority since 1845. Following the example of the early church in Acts 8, First Baptist Raytown continues to increase its involvement in missions while working to spread the gospel down the street, across the country and around the globe.
Are missions and evangelism a global priority for you? Listed below are upcoming missions and evangelism opportunities. Get plugged in by praying, going and giving.
Please remember to pray for our adopted missionaries: Chuck and Amy Barbour; Brock and Jeanne Cummins, serving in the Caribbean Basin; David and Robin Stow, serving in Eastern Africa; Kim and Tara Khosravipour, serving in the Middle East; Russell and Carol Barr, serving Paris, France; Helmer and Shannon Jensen, serving in South Africa; Edgar and Sara Salguero, serving at Casa Bernabé Guatemala.
In addition, pray for the students' annual missions trips, summer missions, and other individuals whom God will call this year to take the gospel to the ends of the earth.
For more information on these trips, contact the church's missions coordinator, Carmen Kraus at 816-268-1526 email@example.com.
Annie Armstrong Easter Offering - The North American Mission Board is supported by the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering. Gifts to Annie Armstrong go toward spreading the gospel in the United States and Canada.
Lottie Moon Christmas Offering - The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering is sponsored by the International Mission Board and goes to support Southern Baptist missionaries world-wide.
FBR Missions Offering- The FBR Missions Offering support FBR members going on the mission field and FBR mission trips, events, and projects.
Other special offerings - In addition, throughout the year you have the opportunity to participate in special offerings such as the Missouri Missions Offering, World Hunger, and Gideons International, as well as one-time love offering for missionaries.
This missions-minded small group will meet the second Sunday of each month to have discussion, study, and prayer time as well as do projects and hear from special speakers. This small group is for men and women of all ages who want to learn more about giving, going, and praying for missions. My Life on Missions meets at 5:00 p.m. in C-218. For more information, contact Carmen Kraus at firstname.lastname@example.org.