We engage in and commit ourselves to missions because it is the natural reflection of the trinity’s work in us and in the world. We also surrender our lives in missions because it is the necessary response so that the whole world can hear the truth.


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Southern Baptists are a fellowship of almost 16 million members in approximately 45,764 churches in all 50 states and Canada. These churches work together through approximately 1,174 associations, 42 state conventions, and the Southern Baptist Convention to accomplish through voluntary cooperation far more than they could ever do alone.

The Southern Baptist worldwide missions enterprise is funded in large part through the unique, efficient, and equitable Cooperative Program. A portion of the undesignated tithes and offerings of individuals received by SBC churches becomes Cooperative Program dollars. In 2009, these churches sent over $520 million through the Cooperative Program to their state conventions to support work within the state and the Southern Baptist Convention. As determined by messengers to the annual session of each state convention, a percentage of these Cooperative Program receipts is sent to the SBC Executive Committee for distribution to SBC entities. In 2009, an average of 63 percent of total Cooperative Program receipts was used for state convention ministries, and roughly 37 percent was forwarded to the SBC for national and worldwide ministries. Learn More


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Life talk is a local crisis pregnancy center that we here at LBC partner with to give young women an alternative to abortion and to help meet their needs during pregnancy and after the birth of the child. Often these young women are shunned by their families and feel they have nowhere to go and no one to turn to. Not only do we offer them hope and encouragement, we help to meet various basic needs that all new mothers and fathers encounter such as; diapers, formula, and clothing.  In the case of a post-abortive woman, we seek to offer counseling and forgiveness, helping through the guilt and pain of abortion and proclaiming to them the gospel of Jesus Christ.  Learn More

Life talk is a local crisis pregnancy center that we here at LBC partner with to give young women an alternative to abortion and to help meet their needs during pregnancy and after the birth of the child. Often these young women are shunned by their families and feel they have nowhere to go and no one to turn to. Not only do we offer them hope and encouragement, we help to meet various basic needs that all new mothers and fathers encounter such as; diapers, formula, and clothing.

In the case of a post-abortive woman, we seek to offer counseling and forgiveness, helping through the guilt and pain of abortion and proclaiming to them the gospel of Jesus Christ. Learn More

Through our support of the North American Missions Board, we participate in numerous church plants throughout North America. We believe the evidence is clear, we are sent to reach new people through starting new churches. Through a coordinated national strategy called, Send North America, our goal is to help move churches and individuals into all regions of North America to do just that.  Learn More

Through our support of the North American Missions Board, we participate in numerous church plants throughout North America. We believe the evidence is clear, we are sent to reach new people through starting new churches. Through a coordinated national strategy called, Send North America, our goal is to help move churches and individuals into all regions of North America to do just that. Learn More

The International Mission Board exists to assist the churches of the Southern Baptist Convention to be on mission with God in penetrating the un-evangelized world outside the United States and Canada with the gospel and making Christ known among all people. Through the Cooperative Program each local church participates in the funding of international missions.  Learn more

The International Mission Board exists to assist the churches of the Southern Baptist Convention to be on mission with God in penetrating the un-evangelized world outside the United States and Canada with the gospel and making Christ known among all people. Through the Cooperative Program each local church participates in the funding of international missions. Learn more

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Annie Armstrong believed in Christ with all her heart, but it was her hands that expressed that belief in tangible ways. She spent a great amount of time typing and handwriting letters in support of missions. Many of these letters were quite lengthy and all were filled with conviction that more could and should be done in our mission efforts. In 1893 alone, she wrote almost 18,000 letters! Annie also never hesitated to use her hands to reach out to hug a child or distribute food and clothing and the Word of God to those in need.  Her hands held her own Bible as she studied to know how best to share Gods love with others. And, most important, Annie was a woman of prayer, folding her hands in prayer to intercede for the missionaries and for those they were helping discover Christ.  Annie rallied churches to give more, pray more, and do more for reaching people for Christ. As we continue to unite to make her vision a reality in North America today, we can be confident that her legacy will also be ours..  Learn More

Annie Armstrong believed in Christ with all her heart, but it was her hands that expressed that belief in tangible ways. She spent a great amount of time typing and handwriting letters in support of missions. Many of these letters were quite lengthy and all were filled with conviction that more could and should be done in our mission efforts. In 1893 alone, she wrote almost 18,000 letters! Annie also never hesitated to use her hands to reach out to hug a child or distribute food and clothing and the Word of God to those in need.

Her hands held her own Bible as she studied to know how best to share Gods love with others. And, most important, Annie was a woman of prayer, folding her hands in prayer to intercede for the missionaries and for those they were helping discover Christ.

Annie rallied churches to give more, pray more, and do more for reaching people for Christ. As we continue to unite to make her vision a reality in North America today, we can be confident that her legacy will also be ours.. Learn More