Missions · Reaching The World For Christ
New Life Baptist Church is fully committed to seeing the Gospel spread throughout our community and throughout the world. In order for us to accomplish such a great mission, we have to cooperate with each other- work together- to do a greater work for the kingdom of God.
Here are some ways we contribute bother our time, labor, and money to kingdom work:
HANDS OF GOD
"The purpose of this ministry is to share God’s love by establishing cooperative response to the emergency needs of persons in the Madison, Mayodan, Stoneville and surrounding area (the Western Rockingham County School District). The principle goal is to provide emergency assistance to individuals or families in situations where other local agencies or groups may be unable to provide the services needed."
BARRY JOYCE CANCER CENTER
"Since its inception, The Barry L. Joyce Local Cancer Support Fund has assisted hundreds of cancer patients and their families in Rockingham County. We have financially helped every patient that has applied and been in need of assistance. Now that The Barry Joyce Cancer Resource Center has opened, we have the opportunity to also help on an emotional and educational level - both of which are just as important when dealing with something as devastating as cancer."
BIBLE BUS MINISTRY FOR ROCKINGHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS
"We have two facets to our ministry: 1-We provide funding by way of reimbursement to Rockingham County Schools to cover the cost of Bible teachers in the middle and high schools in Rockingham County, NC; and 2-We provide release time Bible education to the teachers who utilize a mobile classroom (bus)."
"Home of Refuge Outreach, Inc. (HORO) is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization established in October 2011 by Melissa Galloway and Tremayne Nunley of Reidsville, North Carolina. The staff and volunteers at HORO have a commitment to promote the spiritual welfare of the homeless, and the identify and refer to our homeless friends as our “Neighbors.”"
"When you’ve seen a disaster on the news in the last 50 years, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) volunteers were already on the scene—and they remained long after news cameras left town. As the third-largest disaster response group in the nation, this network of state-based volunteers teams does more than just clean up; they bring the healing of Christ to those whose lives have been shattered."