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Lottie Moon Christmas Offering

Every day, 157,690 people enter eternity without the hope of Jesus. Please join us as we observe the Week of Prayer for International Missions, where Southern Baptists pray for IMB missionaries, their ministries and the unreached people and places they serve.

Every year, Southern Baptist churches collect an offering to send and support missionaries to be steadfastly present among those who have never heard the gospel.

Lottie Moon was sent as a Southern Baptist missionary to China from 1873 to 1912. She saw firsthand the world's greatest problem — LOSTNESS. Meeting so many people who had never heard the gospel compelled her to write letters to American churches describing the need for a greater missionary presence.

She pleaded for increased prayer and financial support to send and sustain more missionaries. This challenge became known as the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering®.

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Missions at Trinity

To love Jesus is to obey His commands (1 John 5:3), including His call to make disciples (Matthew 28:18-20). Perhaps the most loving thing one person can do for another is to tell them about Jesus (1 John 4:7-12), for He along can save and give the gift of eternal life (John 14:6; Acts 4:12). In the Bible, we see disciples being made in at least three ways:

Personal Missions

Acts 8 records how Philip (one of the disciples) personally shared the Gospel with an Ethiopian eunuch. Philip was led by God’s Spirit to a specific person to share the Gospel. Today, God’s Spirit is able to work the same way, leading each of us, personally, to specific people with whom we can share the Gospel.

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Global Missions

Acts 13-28 record how the Gospel spread around the world. Not every person traveled to foreign lands to make disciples with the Apostle Paul, but every church was engaged in the mission of making disciples of all nations through praying, giving, and sending individuals.

Trinity is blessed to partner with missionaries of the International Mission Board. In addition to key partnerships with local churches in other nations.

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Local Missions

Acts 6 records how a physical need to provide food for widows arose in Jerusalem and how the Lord led the church to meet that need by assembling a team of servants. Acts 6:7 concludes, “And the word of God continued to increase, and the number of the disciples multiplied greatly in Jerusalem…”

This is the goal of the local disciple-making: meeting local physical and spiritual needs, together, as teams, that more disciples will be made in the Lake Area.

Trinity is blessed to partner with or lead several local disciple-making ministries that do just that.

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Go therefore and make disciples of all nations.
Matthew 28:19

Mission Partners

Ashley Austin

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Kenny Vines

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ABC Pregnancy Center

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C.T. (Name cannot be shared because of security reasons)

Gregg and Donna Fort

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes

McNeese Baptist Student Ministry

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