We exist to connect, train and mobilize Texas Baptist churches as they fulfill their missions’ call in their Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and the ends of the earth.
Texas Baptists Missions team consists of several avenues to be on mission. We are here to explore different mission opportunities, equip our Texas Baptists churches to lead and serve and engage others in gospel-centered conversations for Christ. Discover the different ways you can serve on this page.
Planning a summer mission trip? Here’s a helpful Bible study to help you prepare.
Urban Missions connects churches to their communities through missional training, consulting, coaching and commissioning.
Multi-Housing & House Congregations
Multi-housing and house congregations are a new way to reach the unreached. These churches meet in homes, workplaces or where ever necessary to help fulfill the Great Commission.
River Ministry connects and assigns churches to specific projects along the Texas/Mexico border as well as the top 10 most populated cities of Mexico. We also provide training for missions groups and leadership conferences.
Short-term volunteer mission trips might only last a few weeks, but they can impact your life and the lives of those you serve for a lifetime. Make a difference by using your time and talent in volunteer missionary service.
Disaster Recovery is dedicated to helping communities rebuild after disasters. We work with disaster survivors throughout the long-term restoration process.
BOUNCE is an opportunity for students who have a desire to serve. Our student disaster recovery ministry gives students the opportunity to affect impacted areas and be the hands and feet of Christ.
Minister of Missions Program
This program is to elevate missions to the level practiced by our Lord Jesus Christ and the early church and to help local congregations, BSMs, institutions and associations hire a Minister of Missions. We believe a Minister of Missions primary responsibility is to help the congregation practice missions in an on-going lifestyle.
For more information on this program or to request an application, please contact Josue Valerio.
Mission-shaped Leadership Training
This training is about the development of disciple/leaders that are shaped by the mission of God. “To think and to live missionally means seeing all life as a way to be engaged with the mission of God in the world.” – Reggie McNeal
The development of mission-shaped leaders focuses on the Word of God, spiritual disciplines, missional and congregational practices. The areas of training are: Forming Character, Forming Congregations, Forming Organizational Systems and Forming Missional Experiments.
If you are interested in more information about this training or in participating, please contact Josue Valerio.
- Feeding Centers A ministry to families who live in poverty and unemployment, as well as victims of violence. Feeding Centers provide nutrition and God’s Word as they reach out to families along the border and in Mexico.
- Pepe Project A faith-based education program for preschoolers who live in extreme poverty and don’t have access to education.
- Multi-housing A ministry about being Christ’s Hands, His Heart, His Voice and His Compassion among groups that are primarily low-income, living at the margins of society and wrestling with broken homes and broken lives.
- Bible Distribution Many churches around the world are in need of Bibles as they fulfill the Great Commission of making disciples of all nations. Your contribution will be used to help these churches provide Bibles for those who are interested in being followers of our Lord Jesus Christ.
A missional response to political chaos on social media
by Ryan Jespersen on June 24, 2016 in great commandment
Just a cursory glance at social media will show you the political division that exists in our nation, communities and even families. In recent days, every statement by a political candidate or pundit brings on either glorious cheers, or vitriol hate by one side or the other. Not only do those emotions get turned on the candidates and their campaigns, often times they are aimed at friends, neighbors and co-workers.
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