Tag Archives: Missions

IMB Global Research Maps

The International Mission Board’s Global Research department has posted several maps that illustrate the reality of modern international missions. We invite you to check them out and learn more about missions.

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IMB Fast Facts

Field personnel under appointment (11/11/10)

5,110

Career/associates/apprentices

4,273

2-yr. ISC/Journeymen/Masters

837

Field personnel appointed 2009

753

Career/associates/apprentices

326

2-yr. ISC/Journeymen/Masters

427

Student volunteers 2009

4,016

Overseas baptisms 2009*

506,019

Overseas churches 2009*

204,192

Overseas church membership 2009*

10.7 million

New churches 2009*

24,650

People groups engaged by IMB personnel (as of 8/6/2010)**

950

People groups of the Last Frontier**

6,064

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Commission Magazine – Mission Stories

“Commission Stories is published by the International Mission Board to communicate the work God is doing around the world. You may also subscribe free to a quarterly tabloid Commission Stories.”
Commission Archives
Topics/Places in Past Issues:

Africa and Middle East
Americas
Asia and Pacific
Cities
Europe

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Operation Christmas Child

NLBC is currently collecting shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child. For more information on this ministry visit click here or watch the video below.

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Buckets of Hope

Praise the Lord, “Buckets of Hope” are being delivered in Haiti!

NLBC collected some 40+ buckets for the Haiti relief effort. Each Bucket was filled with supplies like flour, sugar, rice, beans, oil, pasta, peanut butter, that could feed a family … Continue reading

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