The Provo/Orem metro area in Utah is the least reached metro area in the United States. In a community where over 90% of the 620,000 residents identify has religious, only 0.5% identify as evangelical Christians. That means 99.5% of the people we engage have not placed their faith in the Biblical Gospel. Our vision is to pierce the spiritual darkness with the light of the Gospel by working with our Ministry Partners, the Neiser family, as they continue their ministry to college students and young adults.
On this trip, we will engage in prayer walking on a local college campus, Gospel conversations on the street as we invite young adults to an Interfaith Dialogue, help lead in Gospel Conversations and Bible Study at the Interfaith Dialogue, help disciple and encourage several of the Christians in the ministry, and provide much needed Christian love and encouragement for the local church planters.
June 11-17, 2021; Average cost for lodging, food and travel is $700. Team Leader: Jase Brown
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ROCKY MOUNTAIN CONSTRUCTION
Many of the churches in the Western part of the US are in some of the least reached areas of the country. These smaller more rural churches are looking for Gospel centered partners to help them reach their community and improve their campus facilities. We are going to do just that! Our vision is to partner with Gospel preaching churches in a region that is diverse in beliefs and help them facilitate discipleship. Volunteers serve through construction, servant evangelism, prayer walking, and more. Our primary focus will assist in the construction or improvement of their church facility.
This mission trip is organized by the NC Baptist Men to aid in a construction project at New Day Fellowship Church in St. Regis, Montana. The church is constructing a 2,000 sq. foot parsonage during the summer of 2021. The congregation is one of very few evangelical churches along the I-90 corridor between Missoula and the Idaho border. Housing in the area is both sparse and very expensive, making it very difficult for the congregation to offer a pastor a living wage. The building of the parsonage will show the community that this growing church is committed, and here to stay. Its success will be dependent on volunteer teams. The slab for the addition will be poured in the fall or spring of 2021. We will need several teams to do framing, roofing, siding, sheetrock hanging and finishing, trim work, tile, painting, and other finish work. Kitchen helpers are needed too.
July 24-31, 2021; Average cost for lodging, food and travel is $800-1000. Team Leader: Kyle Sutherland
Sunday, March 28 at 12pm in Room 121
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