At FBC, mission is at the heart of who we are. God sent Jesus for our rescue. Jesus sends us into the world to make His name known. Every member of FBC is called to be on mission. One of the primary ways we support mission work across the globe is our partnership with like-minded churches through the Cooperative Program. For every dollar of undesignated gifts that are given to FBC, just over twenty percent supports missions both locally and globally. For more information about the CP, watch this video.
We strive to share Christ's love in our town and region through intentional gospel relationships, benevolence, mission projects, and church planting.
We partner in missions with the Del Rio Uvalde Baptist Association for mission work in our area. In addition, we support Alto Frio Baptist Camp.
We partner with the Southern Baptist of Texas Convention to carry out mission work in our state. Through this partnership, we able to support ministry and church planting efforts across the state.
Currently, the SBTC is focusing particularly on church planting and revitalization in Houston as it is the most ethnically diverse city in the United State.
In September, we give a special offering to support mission work in our state, the Reach Texas Offering.
We partner with the North American Mission Board (NAMB) to carry out mission work across the United States and Canada. Find out more about how you can be involved in mission work through NAMB.
Through NAMB, we support efforts to plant and revitalize churches in the thirty-two most unchurched cities in North America.
At Easter, we give toward the Annie Armstrong Offering which supports mission work across the United States and Canada.
Jesus has called us to make His name known to every tribe and people group. Join us in praying for unreached peoples as information about different unreached people groups is provided daily.