World Impact Missions Emphasis

November 6-8

The church was made for a mission—this is God's design! Every week we get to see this in action throughout our community and the world. This year, we are excited about hearing what God is allowing us to be a part of through the missions program at Lancaster Baptist Church. Plan to join us for this exciting week!

Missions Emphasis Schedule

Sunday, November 6

8:15 AM & 10:45 AM
Sunday Services

9:45 AM
Connection Groups

3:00 PM - 4:45 PM
Missions Experience in The Hangar

5:00 PM
Missions Service

After the Service
Missions Experience in The Hangar

Monday, November 7

7:00 PM
Missions Service

Tuesday, November 8

7:00 PM
Missions Service

Guest Speakers

Dr. Don Sisk

Former Missionary to Japan and Director of BIMI

David Snyder

General Director of BIMI

Ed Bordell

Missionary to Costa Rica

Sam Hutchens

Missionary to New Zealand

Joshua Lovegrove

Missionary to Ethiopia

Missions and Stewardship Commitment

Missions and Stewardship Commitment

At the end of the conference, we will be asking our church family to fill out a commitment card based upon God’s individual leading in your heart. The card represents a stewardship commitment that includes the tithe, missions program, and the Gideon’s Soldiers mortgage pre-payment program. These commitments will help us prepare for the new year’s budget and will help us in communicating with our new missionaries regarding support. You will never be contacted personally about this commitment.

Our Missions Philosophy

When God put a plan together for getting the message of salvation to the entire world, He chose to work through local churches like ours! It is that simple. If a lost man in Argentina is to hear the gospel, it will be because a church reaches beyond its local area and obeys the command of God to win our world.

The process begins with a person who will be sent by his local church (Acts 13)—someone who will leave his homeland to tell others of Christ. Then it takes a church family who will stand behind that person prayerfully and financially. It takes individuals within that church family who will say, “Though I cannot go, I will help you go, and I will pray for you as you do!” So one by one, God calls men to go, and He leads churches to pray and to give. That is God’s formula—and it works!

The Bible says in Romans 10:15, “And how shall they preach, except they be sent?” It also says in 2 Corinthians 9:7, “Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.” God’s instruction to us is to give cheerfully so that people can hear the gospel.

In Acts 13:1–3, the Holy Spirit separated Paul and Barnabas from the church at Antioch. In Acts 14:26–27, they returned to Antioch and reported to the local church body about their work. That is exactly what we will experience this week.

The next few days, we want to follow God’s instruction! We want to know His heart and hear His voice. He is calling us to win our world, and the world is waiting for us to answer! May we truly be the church God intends us to be.