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From Montreal to San Juan and Los Angeles to New York City, missionaries, chaplains and church planters are sharing the gospel across the United States and Canada.
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What We Do
North America’s needs are great. Children go hungry. Neighborhoods become disaster zones after storms. Entire communities have no church presence and no one to tell them about the hope found in Christ.
It doesn’t have to be this way; God has a plan to reach North America: the Church. The Church feeds neighbors in need. The Church removes storm debris. The Church establishes new churches in areas with no gospel presence. The North American Mission Board (NAMB) is here to help.
We help equip churches to be on mission in their own communities and across the continent. Through compassion ministry, church planting, chaplaincy and disaster relief, we help congregations go to the lost and hurting.
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Nashville police chaplain shared God’s love in wake of school shooting
Annie Armstrong Easter Offering Media Tools
Every year, Southern Baptists come together to raise tens of millions of dollars to support the work of missions in North America.