Empower a Pastor Project
We are partnering with church planters in Central America to empower them to reach people for Jesus in their local community. This challenges individuals and churches to provide financial and prayer support toward a specific pastor in Central America. A small ($10-$50) monthly gift helps provide stable income to allow a pastor to focus on reaching people for Christ. Donate Here
We are partnering with other conservative baptist associations worldwide to assist in helping them accomplish their goals and needs. We have come to their assistance during disasters, such as in the Philippines and in Japan.
Starting in 1943 as the Conservative Baptist Foreign Mission Society existed to assist churches in sending, funding, and caring for missionaries. In time, the organization came to be known as CBInternational, and now, WorldVenture. Today, with more than 500 missionaries in more than 60 areas of the world, WorldVenture is still expanding the harvest, taking the love of God to the nations. It is our vision to see people of all nations transformed by Jesus Christ through partnership with His church.
On May 22, 1948, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Missions Door was birthed for the purpose of preaching the gospel and planting churches across the united states and the north american continent. Established by mission-minded Christians who called themselves conservative baptists, the new mission adopted the name of the conservative baptist home mission society. Missions Door is committed to the task of assisting local churches and Christ followers in their efforts to evangelize, disciple, train leaders, and plant churches among the unreached of our world.
Pacific Church Network partners with Hope Again who is a non-profit, faith based ministry serving the poor, homeless and disenfranchised in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles. Hope Again depends on the generosity of individuals in the community, like you, to provide items for people in need and much less fortunate than most of us.