As followers of Christ, we are called to share this message with the world: that when Jesus came to the earth, instead of living for Himself, Jesus modeled a life of servanthood and love. Instead of spending time with those in positions of power, Jesus chose to spend time with the hopeless. In the end, Jesus gave his life so that the whole world might come to know God. He turned the world’s value system upside-down.
We share when we reach out to others through our words and our actions. By giving to missions and serving on a missions team provides an incredible opportunity to share the hope that we have in practical ways and see lives changed.
Christ gave His disciples the charge to bring the gospel to the far ends of the earth. As you grow in your walk with Christ, take a step of faith and become part of our missions outreach. You wont regret it!
To find out more about our outreach programs contact the church office.
In 2006 God commissioned Louie and Rita Self to, "preach, teach and model the gospel of the Kingdom of God" in Kenya and around the world. In the ten years since receiving the commission hundreds of young Kenyan pastors and leaders have been brought into the revelation of the Kingdom and that the Kingdom of God is not in word but in power. This mandate has been accomplished by hosting Kingdom Impact Conferences, in both cities and the bush, planting churches, Global Ministries Bible Institute, Supernatural Schools of Ministry and many one day seminars.
In addition to the teaching and preaching ministry, RMI has been involved since 2004 with two orphan projects. New Harvest Christian Fellowship, Pearland, Texas has been a contributor to one of the these projects since that time. Their contribution has assisted in building class rooms and buying school supplies for the orphaned children in a very poverty stricken area of Kenya. RMI has rehabilitated many water wells in areas where no clean and safe water was available. Through our Christmas in Kenya project each year, several thousands of dollars provide school fees, school uniforms and nutritional support for many orphans.
Papa's House International
The vision of Papa’s House is to challenge the church to seek the Lord for revival fire, raise up Sons to be fathers, and to raise up Daughters to know the Father’s heart; to prepare teams of ministers, both men and women, young and old, who are willing to go into the entire world and to touch the hearts of those who are hurting, to heal those who never knew the love of a father, and extend that love through the power of the Spirit of God.
Papa’s House, under the guidance of Reverend Pete Cavasoz, is currently ministering in nations such as Wales, Uganda, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, The Philippines, United States, Korea and Nepal with the vision to go into the entire world. To date, Papa's House has raised up over 50 sons and daughters and has ministered in over 23 countries around the world.
Project Masindi is a non-profit organization based in Masindi, Uganda specializing in both evangelism and women's empowerment. Through direct partnerships with local Believers they participate in women's spiritual empowerment, women's economic development, and general evangelism. Their goal is simply to come alongside God's people and help them reach their full God-given potential. It could be said that they are a spiritual investment firm, investing into the lives of those struggling in crippled economies.
Bridges for Peace
Is an organization of Christians supporting Israel and building relationships between Christians and Jews in Israel and around the world. It is their desire to see Christians and Jews working side by side for better understanding and a more secure Israel.
Founded in 1976, Bridges for Peace seeks to be a ministry of hope and reconciliation. Through programs both in Israel and worldwide, they are giving Christians the opportunity to actively express their biblical responsibility before God to be faithful to Israel and the Jewish community.
Emergency Ministries provides Chaplaincy service to EMS, Fire, Paramedic and Police agencies on-scene and “behind scene” with an emphasis on Critical Incident Stress mitigation. The services offered by Emergency Ministries are without regard to religious affiliation (or lack thereof). They will sit down (sometimes on the scene) with these everyday heroes on issues involving things such as; fatalities involving children, multiple fatality accidents, deaths of co-workers, marital problems, substance abuse issues and the like.
Their Mission Statement is “To come alongside first-responders who experience extraordinary human events daily and to offer them emotional and spiritual support services.”Their slogan is “In the most critical time of need they help you. Then, we help them.”
Emergency Ministries is a group of specially trained Chaplains who respond to the needs of our first responder community.
Victim Assistance Program - Pearland Police Department
The goal of the Victim Assistance Program is to assist victims of crime, protect and advocate the rights of victims, provide necessary information, and prevent further victimization. Crime victims who make a police report are subsequently contacted by phone, mail or in person. The liaisons inform victims about police procedures, community resources, and available programs that will assist victims during the aftermath of a crime. The liaisons are also on call to respond to after-hour emergencies, and to provide assistance.
Forgotten Angels Foundation transforms the lives of individuals of people living with developmental, intellectual and physical disabilities with specially designed homes and facilities as well as enrichment, educational and vocational opportunities.
The SBTC exists to facilitate, extend and enlarge the Great Commission ministries of the Southern Baptist Convention and Southern Baptist churches and associations of Texas, upon the authority of God's inerrant Word to the glory of God the father, under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, and by the empowerment of the Holy Spirit.