Missions Partners

"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." Acts 1:8 (NIV)

Miracle Hill Ministries (Jerusalem / Spartanburg)

 

Miracle Hill Ministries is a faith-based mission in Upstate South Carolina focused on serving children and adults experiencing homelessness. They serve the community through emergency shelters, addiction recovery programs, children’s ministries, foster family recruitment, and case management services. In each of these outreach areas, their primary aim is sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ.

 

For more information, visit their website, follow them on Facebook, or speak with a member of the Acts 1:8 Team!

Greater Spartanburg Ministries
(Jerusalem / Spartanburg)

 

Greater Spartanburg Ministries is a faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need in the Spartanburg community. They offer valuable assistance such as food, clothing, financial aid for heating and cooling, and special aid for victims of house fires. Through each of these care ministries, they share the Gospel Message.

 

For more information, visit their website, follow them on Facebook, or speak with a member of the Acts 1:8 Team!

Janie Chapman Offering (Judea / South Carolina)

 

Janie Weston Chapman was the first president of the Woman’s Missionary Union. In honor of her extraordinary leadership, the Woman’s Missionary Union organizes a statewide season of prayer and missions offering in her name every year. The proceeds from this offering go to support Christian missions all over South Carolina.

Connie Maxwell Children’s Home
(Judea / South Carolina)

 

Connie Maxwell Children’s Home offers hope and healing to South Carolina’s children through faith-based care, counseling, and family service programs. They meet physical needs, improve family relationships, teach productive life habits, and encourage growth in the Christian faith. Established in 1982 as a ministry of the South Carolina Baptist Convention, they have served over 17,000 individuals in the name of Christ.

 

For more information, visit their website, follow them on Facebook, or speak with a member of the Acts 1:8 Team!

Annie Armstrong Offering (Samaria / North America)

 

Annie Walker Armstrong was a founding member of the Woman’s Missionary Union. Today, the North American Mission Board (NAMB) honors her visionary leadership with an annual week of prayer and missions offering in her name. The proceeds of this offering support NAMB’s missionaries in the United States and Canada.

For more information, click here or speak with a member of the Acts 1:8 Team!

Blanton Family (Ends of the Earth / Overseas)

 

Matthew and Ashley Blanton are the leaders of Casa de Paz (House of Peace), a house church that they started in Guatemala in 2015. This church is part of a larger network called Red de Iglesias Organicas en Xela (Network of Churches in Xela), or “RioXela” for short! Their most recent work includes a water project called Agua es Poder (Water is Power), through which they provide sustainable access to clean water at no cost while teaching life skills and presenting the Gospel message.

 

For more information, visit their website, follow them on Facebook, or speak with a member of the Acts 1:8 Team!

Lottie Moon Offering (Ends of the Earth / Overseas)

 

Charlotte Digges Moon, nicknamed “Lottie,” spent 39 years as an overseas missionary in the late 1800s. The Woman’s Missionary Union later honored her work by launching an annual week of prayer and missions offering in her name. Today, the International Mission Board (IMB) oversees this offering to fund Southern Baptist missions all over the world.

 

For more information, click here or speak with a member of the Acts 1:8 Team!

Stone Family (Ends of the Earth / Overseas)

 

Gary and Lily Stone have spent over 30 years doing mission work through International Mission Board (IMB), but now they are retiring from IMB to build their own support team. They are seeking prayer and financial support to return to Guatemala, where they would like to continue making disciples, planting churches, and training leaders.

 

For more information, visit their website, follow them on Facebook, or speak with a member of the Acts 1:8 Team!