Missions

MISSIONS
 

“Beyond these doors lies the mission field”

 

Beulah Baptist Church appreciates that one of the clearest mandates of Scripture is the Great Commission. We count it a privilege to partner with the following people and organizations.

 

Pine Brook Camp, Shutesbury, MA    www.pinebrookcamp.org

Pine Brook Camp is a non-denominational Christian camping ministry. It operates year-round to serve individuals, churches, and other Christian organizations. The mission of Pine Brook Camp is to proclaim Christ through Biblically centered programs, equip believers for spiritual growth and leadership, and to serve ministries and families through quality programs and exceptional hospitality.

 

Springfield Rescue Misison, Springfield, MA   www.springfieldrescuemission.org/

The goal of the Springfield Rescue Mission is to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the hungry, homeless, addicted, and poor by introducing them to Christ and helping them apply the Word of God to every area of their lives.

 

Ben and Beck Rivera, Student Linc, cru, Orlando, Fl

Student Linc (Leaders in New Campus) Ministires is a service of cru, International that provides training, coaching, and mentoring in order to establish Campus Crusade groups on the college campuses. Campus Crusade for Christ has three objectives: to win people to Christ, build them in their faith, and then send them to reach others.

 

Andres and Elana Ralek, HCJB Global, Argentina http://www.hcjb.org/

Apoyo is a cooperative ministry of HCJB Global and leadership Resources International. Apoyo (meaning “support” in Spanish) has three main objectives: evangelize non-Christians through campaigns and on-on-one encounters; edify believers through parenting and family life conferences, women’s ministries, youth meetings, small group Bible studies, and seminars on discipleship, missions, and servant leadership; and equip pastors and Latin American church leaders in leadership development by offering solid biblical teaching.

 
The Former Soviet Union

Due to security issues, we cannot go into much detail. However, Beulah has always had a heart for our heroic brothers and sisters who live in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and the Former Soviet Union. Therefore, we continue to support individuals and initiatives in this crucial area of the world. Our pastor, John Brownlee, plans annually to teach pastors and church leaders in the former Soviet Union.

 

SBC World Hunger Fund www.GoBGR.org

One hundred percent of each donation to the Southern Baptist World Hunger Fund fights hunger and poverty by providing agricultural assistance, teaching families how to properly handle food, digging water wells, training people to work, and meeting needs after disaster.

 
 

SBC Cooperative Program www.cpmissions.net

The Cooperative Program sends and supports missionaries, trains pastors and other ministry leaders, provides relief for retired ministers and widows, and addresses social, moral, and ethical concerns relating to our faith and families.

 

Massachusetts Baptist Association  www.massbaptist.org

The Massachusetts Baptist Association works cooperatively to plant churches, support and encourage pastors, network with local churches, and evangelize communities and campuses in Central and Western Massachusetts.

 
 

SBC Disaster Relief:

http://www.namb.net/ReadyChurch/

 Through the North American Mission Board, Disaster Relief provides physical, emotional, and spiritual help to victims of natural and man-made disasters, including floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, fires, and terrorist attacks, in North America and overseas.