Safer Communities Annual Fundraising BanquetMay 6, 6pm, FLC
Safer Communities Ministry works with local jails and prisons to introduce the gospel and bring hope to the hopeless. Special guests include Sheriff Eddie Cathey and Judge Jeff Carpenter. You will also hear powerful testimonies from overcomers and those that helped them on their journey. For details about sponsoring a table or to purchase tickets, click here.
Dental BusJune 23-24, Union County Community Shelter
Many people in our community go without dental care. Join us as partner with the NC Baptist Men's Dental Bus to provide free dental care to the residents of the Union County Community Shelter. We are currently looking for dental professionals and nonprofessional volunteers to assist with this project. For details or to sign up, contact Jim at email@example.com.
This team works with Congolese Bible translator, Kividi Kikama, to teach and equip the church of the Democratic Republic of Congo. It is Kividi's mission to teach Congolese Christians how to take the Word of God to their own people. If you would like to be a part of training and equipping the local church of Kinshasa, DRC, please contact Kividi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mission EcuadorAugust 2017, Tumbaco, Ecuador
We will be serving with local missionaries, Francisco and Nita Vargas, to host children's camps at which the Gospel will be presented and older youth will be trained to lead future camps. For information about going or giving, contact Paul Tyler at email@example.com.
In the wake of ISIS, Lebanon now has approximately 1.5 million refugees living in their small country. Many can't find work, can't put their children in school and have no hope for a future. Join us as we partner with refugee crisis ministries and church planters to bring hope to the hopeless. Contact Cori for more information.
Every year, FBCIT joins with e3 Partners to take a team to Uganda. There, they work with the Pygmy and Karamojong to preach the Gospel, plant churches and bring about community transformation. For more information, contact Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesdays, 6:30pm, Room A104
Jesus taught us a lot about how we are to live our lives, love others and worship God. He wants us to do these things in the context of a mission that He gave us - a mission we are to carry out into the world. This 6 week course is designed to help you explore and understand the Great Commission, equip you with the tools you need and challenge you to engage, both locally and globally, in God's redemptive work. Contact Cori for details.