The Southern Baptists of Texas Convention (SBTC) is dedicated to missions, evangelism, and strengthening church ministries. With a focus on both local and global impact, SBTC supports the establishment of new churches across Texas, collaborates with ministry partners to provide essential resources, and works in conjunction with the Southern Baptist Convention to empower thousands of church planters, missionaries, and seminary students worldwide.
The mission of Texas Baptists is to facilitate a collective effort among God's people to spread the message of Christ, demonstrate love through church and ministerial support, engage with cultural dynamics, and establish connections that lead nations toward a relationship with Jesus.
The Southern Baptist Convention is a diverse network of over fifty thousand cooperating churches united in their mission to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Through evangelism, missions, church planting, compassion, and cooperation, they proclaim the Good News globally while supporting a variety of ministry entities and activities.
The North American Mission Board's goal is to help individuals and churches engage in spreading the gospel across North America. They focus on church planting and relief work, providing resources, training, and opportunities for prayer, giving, and outreach to reach those who haven't encountered the gospel.
The International Mission Board (IMB) is driven by a vision to bring people from every nation, tribe, and language to know and worship Jesus Christ. Through the support of Southern Baptist churches and missionaries, IMB engages with diverse people groups worldwide, striving to make disciples and establish churches in alignment with the Great Commission.
The Disaster Relief Ministry of the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention (SBTC) aims to prepare, train, and mobilize volunteers to provide assistance and share hope with those affected by disasters. Their three-fold approach involves preparation, training, and response, offering various types of aid such as feeding, clean-up, chaplaincy, and more, based on the nature of the disaster.
MinistrySafe is a program co-founded by Gregory Love and Kimberlee Norris, experienced attorneys with over 60 years combined experience in addressing child sexual abuse issues. They offer comprehensive training, consultation, and resources to ministries, schools, and organizations to prevent child sexual abuse, and have trained over 2.9 million staff members and volunteers while also leading a law practice representing victims of child sexual abuse.
Trusted Employees offers comprehensive background check solutions for businesses, including criminal records history, employment credit history, education and employment verification, reference checks, and identity verification. Their services are tailored to industry needs, ensuring FCRA compliance and streamlined reporting for informed and secure hiring decisions.
Lifeway offers the One Source program, providing discounted background check services for churches and religious organizations to ensure a secure environment for their ministries. The program allows easy online registration, no setup fees, and comprehensive screening services through Clear Investigative Advantage (CIA).