The Volunteer Missions team is here is to help Tennessee Baptists locate and participate in the missions adventure.

Security Training for Short-Term Mission Teams
Missions Mobilization Center, Mt. Juliet, TN
February 9, 2018
9:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. each day, lunch is included

Captive Saint-Advanced (Level B+) Security Training
Missions Mobilization Center, Mt. Juliet, TN
February 26-27, 2018
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. each day, lunch is included

tn-map-smlEast / Middle / West Tennessee:

No opportunities available at this time.

See also:

cintimapGreater Cincinnati & Dayton, OH Partnership:

It’s in the heartland of America, and yet there is only one Southern Baptist church in Cincinnati for every 59,000 people. God has called church planters to this city to share Jesus with people who don’t know Him. Now, those church planters need your help.

Related videos from NAMB:

Denver Partnership:

The epitome of Western Independence, Denver holds sway with tremendous influence over the entire state and region. But Denver has the same challenges of any urban center. The darkness of sin is evident in tragedies like the memory of Columbine and the rawness of the Aurora theater massacres. The Southern Baptist church-to-population ratio for City of Denver is 1 to 52,855. A vital need for planting new churches exists between the urban core and the suburbs. All kinds of younger adults, who have spiritual curiosities and needs, are settling into these zones. There is tremendous need in this forgotten area of the city.

guatemala-partnership-logoGuatemala:

Guatemala Pastor’s Conference
April 7-13, 2018
Fill out registration form and mail to Heather Beard.

Guatemala Youth Project
June 8-16, 2018
Will be visiting local schools doing simple Bible stories and crafts, sports, work with local churches doing outreach, etc.
Fill out registration form and mail to Heather Beard.

For further information on Volunteer Missions and missions trips, please contact Kim Margrave at 615.812.0886.

Guatemala Partnership Video

Guatemala is the 4th poorest county in the western hemisphere. The population is around 15 million. Christianity is widely known by Christ is largely unknown. Media takes the Bible everyone, but few have ever been personally witnessed to by a Christian disciple.

For further information on Volunteer Missions and missions trips, please contact Kim Margrave at 615.812.0886.

All international projects are through the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.

new-englandNew England:

There is such a great opportunity in New England because the world has truly come there, mainly through their cities, colleges, and universities. In addition to working with new churches in rural areas and inner city neighborhoods, the New England Baptist Convention work with new starts in the collegiate communities. At any given time, you will find up to 50 mission starts in New England that are made of various languages and ethnic groups (the majority are Hispanic, Brazilian, and Haitian), as well as Anglo and second-generation English speakers. In Upper New England, the demographic is predominantly made up of English-speaking Anglo, but it is filled with many people groups. From the rural farmer to the seaside fishermen, New England has it all. We are even making progress with Muslim and Hindu people groups in various places in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. People of all cultures are just waiting for someone to bring the good news into their context of life. New England is a wonderful place to live, and it’s an even better place to serve God. It is truly a mission field.

Submit Request for Volunteer Missions Project

Please fill in every field with as much detail as possible and submit the form to our office. Once our office receives your information, the project will be promoted through the TBC web site. This promotion will make prospective volunteers aware of the need.

Please note the following procedures that will be used:

  • The contact person’s name and phone number will be listed with a brief description of the projects. The prospective volunteer will call this person for additional information and to indicate their desire to complete the project. (Note: You are giving permission to us to list the contact person’s name and number by placing such information on the form. Please verify with the person whose name you are listing that they give you permission to do this.)
  • Once a volunteer has picked up your project, please contact our office and indicate this. Until you notify us that the project has been accepted we will continue to promote the project.
  • We will cease to promote the project two months before the date of assignment or on the date you indicate on the form. (Note: You will have a much better opportunity for your project to be picked up if you submit the request at least six months to one year before the actual project date.)