By Mission Type
Christ Calls Every Christian to be a Missionary. This doesn't mean we have to travel to another country. We can be missionaries in our own community. We each have God-given gifts and talents that can be used to help others. Baptists on Mission's volunteerism program connects people with missions opportunities suited just for them.
Browse project opportunities by selecting a catagory below.
The purpose of the NCBM Agricultural Ministry is to help Christians share the love of Jesus by becoming involved in missions that address poverty and hunger wherever they exist.
The Aviation Ministry ministers in the following areas: Charitable medical air transportation, Disaster Relief support, Young Eagles flights for children and youth.
Today, lay people are rediscovering their first love through Church Renewal Journey (CRJ), a Bible-based approach to motivate laity to return to a passionate walk with God.
To mobilize volunteers to use their skills, talents, and time in response to disaster and construction projects that will further God’s kingdom in North Carolina, across the United States and around the world.
The purpose of the Disaster Relief Ministry is to relieve human suffering caused by disasters by providing among other things: hot meals, debris removal, child care and family assistance.
One of the ministries of Baptists on Mission is the Fellowship of Baptist Educators which has more than 800 Baptist educators who use their educational skills to fulfill the Great Commission.
To assist and encourage churches, pastors, and church leaders in their privilege of developing strong Christian families and to help their family grow.
Medical and Dental
Baptists on Mission offers the use of the Medical/dental and Health Screening buses to Baptist and non-Baptist churches and service organizations within North Carolina who wish to reach out to people in need
The goal of college missions is to get college students involved in hands-on missions. Transform122 is a resource to make this happen.
Sports and Recreation
We use sports and recreation as a vehicle to establish relationships with people. A high percentage of the world's population enjoys sports as participants or spectators.