for corporate leaders and employees working overseas
projects combining physical and spiritual assistance
medical missions opportunities
student and young adult mobilization
missional encouragement from women for women
involvement specific to African-American churches
multimedia experiences for children
find your place in God's story
images to use in your church
media for year-round use
Megacities, mountains and remote jungles
Many of the world’s least evangelized with little access to the truth
More than 225 million culturally Deaf people in the world
Diverse cultures, people groups and countries thirsty for truth
Millions blocked from the Gospel by post-modernism and secularism
Arabs and many others trapped behind the barriers of war and persecution
Whether you are leading an entire congregation or a group of children, your role is critical. We want to help you teach, inform and inspire.
Click on the appropriate box to the left to go to resources for your specific role.
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Getting a late start? Last-minute Lottie can help!
In 2013 Southern Baptists celebrated 125 years of annual giving to support international missionaries. More than 3.5 billion has been given to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering, whose namesake inspired the first collection of gifts in 1888 so the world might know Christ. Then, as now, every penny you give to Lottie Moon supports missionaries as they share the Gospel overseas.
Missionaries’ No. 1 need is for prayer support – focused, continuous prayers not only for themselves but for the people to whom they bring the love of Christ.
To help churches know how to pray strategically, why to give sacrificially and how to come alongside missionaries to reach the lost, WMU and IMB profile eight representative families or individuals and their people groups during annual Week of Prayer for International missions.
Through ministries like medical outreach, meeting physical needs, evangelism and discipleship training, the missionaries you support are helping plant churches in the darkest corners of the globe.