NAMB Ministries

Ministry and partnership
Evangelistic church planting is the core focus of your North American Mission Board. But that is not all NAMB invests in and assists churches to accomplish. NAMB serves in partnership to assist associations and provide churches with resources and tools to serve your members and the community your members serve. Our support ministries are designed to be relevant, practical, useful and effective. If you need a resource you do not find here, please let us know. Contact us at 800-634-2462 or
Full List of Ministries
Associations exemplify the best of cooperation in the Southern Baptist family. Through the strength of local partnerships, local churches voluntarily bond together to reach more people for Christ than they ever could on their own.
Appalachian Regional Ministry mobilizes Southern Baptists and their resources to provide ministries, evangelize the lost, assist existing churches and start new churches in the 12 Appalachian states.
BLVD offers an eight-session training experience on church planting within an urban context that equips planters to better mobilize their people to create a discipleship culture within their city.
Chaplain are not only in hospitals and in military uniforms. They are in boardrooms and classrooms. They work with street people and CEOs. 
Churches, not mission agencies, plant churches. Mission agencies come alongside the local church to help her fulfill her mission. Without the local church there is no Southern Baptist Convention.
Our goal is to daily breathe vitality into the life and mission of church planters and their families. 
If you are a pastor or church leader looking for a way to revive and awaken your church to a fresh beginning, the Church Renewal Journey is your answer.
Southern Baptist Disaster Relief has gained national and international recognition for our work in crisis situations across the country.
Evangelism is at the heart of the church’s mission. As Christians, we’ve been called to share the Good News in our communities and beyond. 
Want to spend six weeks in one of North America’s greatest cities? Generation Send (GenSend) is an urban missions immersion that will shape your life like nothing you’ve ever done. Come walk in community with others from around North America as you dive into some of the areas of greatest need in our Send Cities.
One of the greatest tragedies of our times is the trafficking of humans for agricultural, industrial and sexual slavery. 
NAMB's hunger relief ministry assists churches, associations and state conventions in the process of distributing food so the gospel can be shared with people in need.
From 1970 to 2010 more than 35 million immigrants moved to the United States, not counting visiting students, tourists or undocumented individuals.
Missions education takes many forms through the North American Mission Board -- everything from mission assignment training to lessons for children.
The Mississippi river region is a land of dichotomies. While it has served as an icon of commerce for generations, the Mississippi river winds its way through some of the most impoverished and underserved areas in the nation. 

OMC is an association-wide or an association of churches missions event involving missionaries from Southern Baptist state Baptist conventions, the International Mission Board and the North American Mission Board that is scheduled through the OMC process.

Prayer makes a difference. Discover a wide variety of tools to help you, your church or association make prayer the foundation of all your ministry efforts.
Connect with missionaries and chaplains by praying for them and their work, either through specific ministry prayer requests or on their birthdays.

Why Replant? At the North American Mission Board, we desire to help push back lostness. We realize that if we are going to do that effectively, we need to slow the death rate of our churches.

A growing trend in evangelical circles is the emphasis on being socially conscious, which includes caring for the weak and vulnerable.