Baptists on Mission


Baptists on Mission, also known as NC Baptist Men, is an auxiliary of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina that helps churches involve their members in missions through a variety of different ministries.

Our vision is to see “every Christian sharing God’s love with hurting people through word and deed.” We believe that all Christians are called, gifted and sent, and our desire is to see men, women and students from local churches involved in missions and ministry in the name of Jesus.

We seek to:
Initiate and network to discover mission needs. Educate and disciple people concerning their spiritual gifts and abilities. Motivate and lead people in meeting those mission needs. We accomplish this through:

We help facilitate missions and ministry partnerships on the local, state, national and international levels, which provide opportunities for your church to serve in a variety of ways.

We offer a number of ministries related to specific interests and giftings so that indiviudals may serve in a particular area of need.

Camps and Events
We offer numerous opportunities for individuals to grow in their relationship with God through camps and other events, which can be life-changing for the men, women and students who attend.

Disaster Relief
Disaster relief volunteers help share the love and hope found in Jesus Christ by meeting the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those impacted by various disasters.

Missions Conference
Baptists on Mission hosts an annual Missions Conference each spring that features inspiring messages, testimonies, worship, exhibits, breakout sessions and sessions for attendees to discover how they can be involved in various missions opportunities.

We want to help churches get involved in missions.

Email [email protected] or call at (800) 395-5102, ext. 5599

We want to help churches get involved in missions.

Email [email protected] or call at (800) 395-5102, ext. 5599

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