Successful climbers don’t climb alone.
In the same way, new heights in global ministry are reached when God joins together missionaries with faithful supporters to spread the gospel, plant churches, and launch ministries. You become part of the Baptist Mid-Missions team when you give to the Global Impact Fund.
Planting a church anywhere, especially in countries hostile to the gospel, requires a deep faith in God and a vital partnership between a commissioning church, a missionary, and a mission agency that understands the sensitive dynamics of missionary life in a modern world.
Sustaining missionaries through years of service on foreign fields can strain the best lines of support and demand a marathon-length effort that is often beyond the capacity of commissioning churches. This is especially true in creative access countries, where specialized legal, financial, cultural, political, and personal dynamics require thoughtful help, often for decades. The experienced staff of BMM’s Global Ministry Center comes alongside local churches like yours to sustain your missionaries.
Your gifts to the Global Impact Fund make you a trusted team member with missionaries, reaching new heights and accelerating the advance of the Gospel. Please prayerfully consider your gift today.
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.
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Missionaries reach great summits of victory (souls saved, disciples taught, leaders trained, and churches established), but they do so with the help of people like you.
In this Creative Access Nation, it seemed impossible to start a church … so our missionaries prayed.