In this Advance issue, you have read of God’s work in sending new laborers into the mission fields, calling a Brazilian teen to the pastorate, and protecting dear children in a war-torn place. The grand message of all these stories is exhilarating—GOD IS WORKING! God is saving, equipping, sending, and protecting. And so much more.
God chooses to do much of His work through people. That means your prayer and financial support are vital to His work around the world.
Baptist Mid-Missions’ Global Impact Fund is one important way God advances His work. This fund is empowered by the gifts of many churches and individuals—people and churches who are yielded to His call, sensitive to His voice, and eager to join in the cause of our age: making Jesus Christ known among all nations.
Through your Global Impact Fund gifts, staff members at BMM’s Global Ministry Center serve the practical needs of our entire missionary force. This essential support allows these missionaries to focus more directly on their calling: bringing the light of the gospel to those who dwell in darkness. With your help, Good News comes to those who are burdened down by sin and despair. Your ministry of giving lifts their load and brings them hope through the gospel. Your gifts send them the message of eternal life through the caring ministries of our Mission Family.
Thank you for giving yourselves to the Lord and to His ongoing work through your generous gifts to the Global Impact Fund.
Through BMM Foundation’s Memorial Fund, you can give a lasting legacy by donating in memory of a loved one or in honor of a special occasion. Gifts made to the Memorial Fund are invested and are used to provide services to missionaries, churches, and ministry partners.
Ms. Rhonda Filiatreault
Mr. James E. Knighton
Frank & Lillian Crumb
Kinsman Crumb Charitable Trust
Pastor & Mrs. Jen Garlich
Mrs. Nancy Sidle
Calvary Baptist Church, Findlay, Ohio
Mr. and Mrs. Robin W. Madren
Calvary Baptist Church, Equinunk, Pennsylvania
Rev. Knute Orton
Dr. Jill Ring
Mrs. Jacqueline Young
Paulino's life was cut short by COVID-19, but he left behind a powerful legacy among his people, the Macushi Indians of Brazil.