African-American leader

African-American Baptists have a long history of missions involvement, dating to 1821 when, former slaves, Lott Cary and Collin Teague went as missionaries to West Africa. They and their families were sponsored by the African Baptist Missionary Society.

When the Southern Baptist Convention formed in 1845, African-American missionary John Day, already on the field in Liberia, chose to come under sponsorship of the new Foreign (now International) Mission Board. Others followed.

Today, African Americans are stepping up to join God on mission, not just in Africa, but in the Americas, Europe and Asia.

To learn more about how your church can play a key role in reaching the world, contact Keith Jefferson, African-American Missional Church Strategist, at (800) 999-3113 ext. 1422. Subscribe to our newest bi-monthly e-newsletter: Black Missions Link

 

Just Show Off  

God can and will show off when He is totally given a willing heart, hands
and voice. Isaac is one who does just that and shares the story of his
time with God in Brazil.

Read more about Isaac's story here thetask.org/HandsOn

 


 

Celebrating African Americans on mission

 


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Stories:

Bernard McGraw 'Reach that one'
Maina Mwaura Here am I, send me
Bill Smith Wait no More