FBC is very active in World Missions through praying, assisting, giving, and going. Approximately one-third of the entire church budget is devoted exclusively to missions and we partner with over 50 missionary families and organizations on a monthly basis.
We have adopted the Siar People of Papua New Guinea as our church’s specific “unreached people group.”
We try to keep Missions personal by encouraging correspondence with our partners, by sharing recent news with the fellowship, by weekly prayer, by personal visits when possible, and by “mission moment” updates in weekly worship services. Serving on a short-term mission team or in local cross-cultural ministry also provides a wealth of personal insights.
Each year, typically in mid-October, Faith Bible Church holds a missions conference to encourage participation of our church and individuals in missions.
As an outgrowth of our goal to involve everyone at FBC in missions, we provide various opportunities for adults, teens, children and families to participate in short-term mission initiatives. These include both international and domestic mission trips, as well as a variety of service opportunities in and around Cincinnati.
During the past year teams and individuals, adult and youth, and families ministered in India and Bulgaria, as well as with City Gospel Mission in Cincinnati and Joni and Friends. For the last three years we have hosted Bulgarian athletes on a "reverse mission trip." FBC also serves as a relay center for Operation Christmas Child each November.
Our Student Ministry has a strong tradition of involvement in short-term summer missions opportunities. In 2013, teams traveled to Bulgaria, to the Cherokee Nation in North Carolina, to The Dominican Republicand, and to Lebanon, Ohio where they ministered to inner-city children at King's Domain Camp.
To apply for short-term or long-term support, return these applications to the Missions Committee.
Our Stamp Ministry provides stamps to the Shell Pint Retirement Community, where a group of volunteers collects and sells any and all used stamps. For over 25 years they have used the profits from the sale of stamps to pay for the printing of Sunday School material for Latin American children. Your used stamps can be placed in the collection jar on the missionary counter in the lobby at FBC. For more information on the Stamp Ministry, visit their website.
Over the last decade FBC has partnered in planting three churches on three continents.
Faith Bible Church Bagalur started up in India in 2000.
In Bulgaria, FBC Vidin began in 2002.
For more information, contact our Missions Ministry.
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Faith Bible Church
8130 East Kemper Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45249
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