FBC International Missions Summer 2017

India - July 13 - July 22


Ukraine - July 22 - August 1

        Where:    Khmelnitsky, Ukraine

        Who     Jennifer Truitt, Marcia Hagler, Cameron Hagler & Avery Hagler

        What:     They will be teaching a 7-day course to 10-18 year old students that will help improve their spoken English in a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere that is fun for a younger age group.  The course includes teaching time in the classroom, music, games and activities aimed at the general improvement of English language skills.  The Gospel is presented as part of the course during all activities.  At the end of the course, the teachers prepare special, personal certificates that are presented on graduation day in front of their parents.

        Needs:    English4youth can always use special funds to help with the costs of supplies needed in their programs.

        Prayer Points:     Safe travel, Teachers to present the Gospel in a clear and understandable way, Hearts of the students and parents to be open to receive Christ as their Lord and Savior, Teachers to speak their English clearly and with great patience.

Myanmar (formerly Burma) - August 1-18

        Where:   Yangon/Mawlamyine/Hpa-an, Myanmar

        Who    Julie Christianson & Jennifer Burnum with a team off 23 from multiple churches (seniors in high school to adults)

        What:     Teams will be teaching children the Creation to Christ story in 6+ orphanages & neighborhood schools, ministering to 10+ house churches, large community outreach program, prayer walking the Swedagon Pagoda, ministering to a leprosy hospital and village, ministering to an HIV home, worshipping with mulitiple churches and visiting the Love for Myanmar property & seminary, visiting a new village area to see how the Love for Myanmar ministry can meets the needs of the community.

        Needs:    funds for medical, manipulatives and basic needs in the leprosy hospital (even their families have been ostracized from their communities), funds for purchasing Christian books & Bibles in Burmese, 2 used guitars to be taken for music and left with churches or orphanages, craft & game supplies, photo printing paper and ink cartridges for Selphy compact printer so kids can have a picture of themselves.

        Prayer Points:     Preparing hearts of the team and people we will be encountering, Safe travels and health for team leading up to and during the trip, peaceful rest, energy and devotional time - we have a wide range of opportunities that will push our minds and bodies, protection from spiritual warfare - much to be accomplished on this trip and we always experience opposition, that we would be sensitive to the Spirit's leading, boldly proclaim the gospel and see lives transformed, praise that God allows us to join Him where he is working

For more information go to www.loveformyanmar.org



Please be in prayer for these trips and how you may help out.  Needs will be made known as we find out about them.

Annual Mission Campaigns

In addition to the support for the Cooperative Program (http://sbc.net/aboutus/cpmissions.asp) and Williamson Baptist Association that are included in our annual budget, we have three Baptist Mission offerings that we collect annually.  They are each named after women who had a wonderful ministry in that specific region.  

In April, we have an Annie Armstrong North American Missions campaign to collect funds to support mission work in North America.  








 Annie Armstrong led Baptists to collect funds for this work.  


In September of each year, we set a goal and feature the work of missions in the State of Texas.  This campaign is named for Mary Hill Davis.  


To learn more about Mrs. Davis and about the work of Texas State Missions, you can follow this link:

Who Was Mary Hill Davis  

The Lottie Moon International Mission fund campaign is in December. This fund supports foreign mission work all over the world.

Lottie Moon

  You can learn more about Lottie Moon and her mission work in China at