M3 attends the FBC Global Missions Conference Attendees

Saturday, October 26, 2019 was a lovely day to attend a Global Missions Conference hosted by First Baptist Church of Ocala, Florida.  Franklin and Arletia Mayfield met many members of FBC Ocala (nice people) and were educated, informed and inspired by the work being accomplished through missions around the world. Check out the GALLERY OF FBC CONFERENCE PHOTOS.

 

Sr. Pastor of FBC Ocala, Darren Gaddis

Sr. Pastor of FBC Ocala, Darren Gaddis

FBC Ocala Pastor for Global Disciplemaking, Bruce LePoint

FBC Ocala Pastor for Global Disciplemaking, Bruce LePoint

ATTENDEES INCLUDED:

 

Baptist Medical & Dental Mission International (BMDMI), 11 Plaza Drive, Hattiesburg, MS 39402
601-544-3586 bmdmi.org

BMDMI exists under the Lordship of Jesus Christ to evangelize the lost, disciple the saved, and ministerto the needs of the poor.

 

Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF), 821 NE 36th Terrace, Suite 14, Ocala, FL 34470
352-629-2333 cefonline.com

Child Evangelism Fellowship’s purpose is to evangelize every child with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to extablish (discipline) them in the Word of God and in the local Church for Christian living.

Heart for the Unreached, 1705 JT Luther Drive, Apt. 514, Fort Worth, TX . 76164
817-927-0295 heartfortheunreached.org

Kika Jamir has been engaging the unreached people groups of Southeast Asia for 20+ years and has been actively involved in training pastors and church planting among the refugee community in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area for ten years.  His work has resulted in several self-sustaining, self-replicating church plants in the D/FW area that are now expanding into Cincinnati, OH, and Buffalo, NY.  Kika’s mission is to equip the refugee community in America to take the gospel back to their own people.

Indigenous People’s Technology and Education Center (ITEC) 10575 SW 147th Circle, Dunnellon, FL 34432
352-465-4545 itecusa.org

ITEC develops and produces unique tools and training systems that equip indigenous Christ followers to meet the needs of their people as a door opener for the gospel.up

 

 

Interfaith Emergency Services, 435 NE 2nd Street, Ocala, FL . 34475
352-629-8868 iesmarion.org  Interfaith is a community of faith, called by God to provide emergency assistance to people in need in Marion County without judgement.  We provide food, shelter, shoes, clothing, prescription medication assistance and other basic needs.

 

International Ministries of Hope (IMOH), 21 Locust Radial Court, Ocala, FL . 34472
352-687-2230 imofh.org  International Ministries of Hope’s mission is to bring hope (Jesus) to the people of La Gonave, Haiti, and everywhere there is a need.  God demonstrates His love thorugh us.  IMOH builds churches for spiritual growth, builds schools to defeat illiteracy and teaches practical skills for self-sustenance.

 

 

IMB International Mission Board, 3806 Monument Avenue, Richmond, VA  23230
800-999-3113  imb.org  IMB partners with churches to empower limitless missionary teams who are evangelizing, discipling, planting, and multiplying healthy churches, and training leaders among unreached peoples and places for the glory of God.

 

Kimberly’s Center for Child Protection, 2800 NE 14th Street, Ocala, FL 34470
352-873-4739  kimberlyscenter.org  Kimberly’s Center exists to respond, protect and restore abused children so they can get the help, hope and healing they need.

 

 

Marion Baptist Association, 1520 NE 14th Street, Ocala, FL, 34470
352-622-6245 marionbaptist.com   The purpose of the Marion Baptist Association is to serve and assist member churches in fulfilling the Great Commission.

 

Mosaic Campus Ministry, 2921 Spirit Way, Anchorage, AK  99508
907-341-7891 fb.com/mosaicak The Mosaic Campus Ministry is a student organization affiliated with the Chugach Baptist Association, the Alaska Baptist Convention and the North American Mission Board to minister to college students at the University of Alaska, Anchorage.  Its primary objective is to help students know Christ. We achieve this by reaching students for Christ, connecting them to like minded believers and to the local church, strenfthening their faith walk and teaching them how to live a missional lifestyle.  The Mosaic Campus Ministry is about helping students achieve excellence in all part of their lives and enabling them to be a more vital part in their churches and community.

 

The Pearl Project, 625 NE 12th Avenue, Ocala, FL 34470
352-405-5005  theprearlprojectcf.org The mission of The Pearl Project is to help vulnerable children discover their value by supporting those who love them.  They provide trauma-informed education and support to foster, adoptive, kinship and biological families, as well as to professionals who work with children from hard places.  They also partner with Advent Hospital’s NICU Cuddler program.

Perspectives on the World Christian Movement, 1605 E Elizabeth Street, #1036, Pasadena, CA 91104  888-777-3806 or 626-398-2198 perspectives.org  The mission of Perspectives is to mobilize by educationg the Body of Christ in the USA to strategic engagement in God’s global purpose.

 

Pioneers, 10123 William Carey Drive, Orlando, FL 32832
407-382-6000  pioneers.org   Pioneers mobilizes teams to glorify God among unreached people groups by initiating church planting movements in partnership with local churches.

 

Wear Gloves, 1469 N Magnolia Avenue, Unit C,  Ocala, FL 34475 . 352-342-5487  weargloves.org   Wear Gloves provides economic opportunity to the most distressed in Marion County by allowing those in need to EARN what they need.  DIGNITY ROASTERS is a division of Wear Gloves.  It produces coffe.

 

 

Women’s Pregnancy Center, 1701 E Silver Springs Boulevard, Ocala, FL 34470  352-351-1294  wpocala.com Women’s Pregnancy Center’s mission is to engage, inform and empower women and men to make life affirming decisions.

 

Wycliffe Partners in Bible Translation – Wycliffe Bible Translators – Mason Martin, 11221 John Wycliffe Boulevard, Orlando, FL  32832  407-852-3625  wycliffe.org/partner/forthenations  We believe that the Bible is God’s Word to us – something that everyone should be able to understand in a language and form the clearly speaks to their hearts.  But approximately 2,000 languages around the world are still waiting for a translation project to begin.  Wycliffe Bible Translators exists to help speakers of these remaining languages get the Bible for themselves.  And we won’t stop until all people have God’s Word in a language they understand.  In support of this mission, Mason and his family are based in the States, where he works in project funding to accelerate Scripture translation in three continents.

 

The Green Window, 13790 SW 102nd Street, Dunnellon, FL 34432 Greenwindow2200@gmail.com The Mission is connecting the Body of Christ where the churdh is to build the Body of Christ where the church is not. The world is divided into two hemispheres at the Equator.  Frome there 23.5 Latitude North and 23.5 Latitude South, between the Tropic of Capricorn and Cancer, is where the world’s tropical rainforests are located.  Rainforests are green areas.  And in these green areas there are tribal people groups who live and die every day without knowing who Jesus Christ is. Reaching the least reachable of the World.

 

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