Asian churches are growing in number and depth across the Southern Baptist Convention, and our partnership is essential to fulfilling the Revelation 7:9 vision. Burmese, Cambodian, Chinese, Filipino, Hmong, Japanese, Korean, Laotian, and Vietnamese congregations represent the Asian faces of the SBC, and many are active partners in IMB’s work of taking the gospel to the nations.
Together, we are taking the good news of Jesus to every corner of the earth.
Download the Asian Church Missions PDF to learn more about the importance of Asian Americans' involvement in international missions.
Each May, we celebrate the contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to the work of the IMB. This year, we focus on the missionary stories of Henry and Thu Phan, and their daughter Theresa Dacio.
Download and share resources to inform and inspire your church about Asian American mission efforts.
Asian Church Mobilization Strategist
Ezra Bae is IMB’s Asian American mobilizer. In this role, Ezra is responsible for connecting with Asian American congregations for purposes of partnership and mobilization. Born in South Korea, Ezra studied theology in Virginia and North Carolina and served 14 years as senior pastor of a Korean Baptist church before relocating with his family to serve as a missionary in East Asia. Ezra and his wife, Heesoon, have two adult children.
A multitude from every language,
people, tribe and nation
knowing and worshiping
our Lord Jesus Christ
To serve Southern Baptists in carrying out the Great Commission to make disciples of all nations
Rejoice over what God has done and continues to do as we intercede for missionaries and the nations.
100% of your gifts transform lives with the gospel. We want to help you maximize the use of resources for His glory among all peoples.
Since its beginning in 1845, the IMB has had one goal: take the good news of Jesus Christ to the world.