Missions @ LNBC
Investing Wisely: Missions at LNBC is fully aligned with our commitment to the Biblical imperative of "Christ First ... Life Change!" When we put Christ first, our lives and many other lives can and will be changed.
10.3% of general offerings received are designated to missions.
Bread of Life – Mobile Food Ministry
The Bread of Life Mobile Food Ministry of LNBC is a ministry that delivers free hot meals in our local communities. Since 2011 more than 50,000 hot meals have been prepared and delivered in the name of Jesus.
Bread of Life of LNBC has also been a force in the community for promoting cooperation among area churches and schools. We appreciate the volunteer support and friendship provided by St. Philip Baptist Church, Davidson Presbyterian, Life Fellowship, Southlake Christian School and others.
Volunteers are able to participate in several different ways; shopping and food collection, meal preparation, ministering directly to those in need by delivering meals as part of a team to homes in local communities and going on mission trips where food is used as a powerful tool to spread the Gospel.
- Angels & Sparrows Soup Kitchen
- Charlotte Rescue Mission
- Community Pregnancy Center of Lake Norman
- New Strength Homes
- Orphan Child Hosting, Adoption and Foster Parenting
LNBC supports CRM financially, with dedicated volunteers who serve breakfast to CRM clients monthly and by providing friendship and fellowship outings to graduates of the Rebound Addiction Recovery Program.
LNBC Missions is committed to being an active and engaged partner in the new Huntersville Campus of the Community Pregnancy Center that is slated to open Spring 2017.
In 2014 LNBC hosted a large scale disaster relief training weekend with over 600 participants from around North Carolina.
Navigators provides students a fulfilling way to not only have fun but to invest and grow in their personal and spiritual life, check out the life-changing, life-giving summer opportunities that include a “spiritual boot-camp” of Summer Training Programs, to the dozens of missions opportunities through Summer Overseas, to serving with youth at Eagle Lake Camps.
LNBC has supported OFCB by leading a Pastors Training Conference and has committed to providing further conferences and sending 20,000 meals in 2014-15 through the Mission Possible Feed-the Hunger program.
Southern Baptist CO-OP Program
More than 50% of LNBC general offerings dedicated to missions are invested in the SBC Cooperative Program.
Through our participation in the SBC Coop Program, LNBC directly helps to support 4,800 missionaries who are engaging 787 people groups across the globe. On the home front, the SBC Program supports evangelism efforts, children’s homes, volunteer missions, missions education, new churches, colleges and universities, collegiate ministries, camps, and much more.
Additionally, LNBC participates in two special Southern Baptist Convention sanctioned offerings in each year.
Annie Armstrong Easter Offering
– supports the efforts of the North American Mission Board’s ‘Send North America’ strategy, as missionaries and church planters push back lostness in the United States and Canada.
Lottie Moon Christmas Offering
– through giving, LNBC is helping to send and support 4,800 missionaries, advancing the Gospel to the nations.
Latest Ministry & Missions News
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