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about otbc missions

Our Old Town Baptist family takes Jesus’ “Acts 1:8 Challenge” seriously.  Our goal is to equip every follower of Jesus to engage God’s Mission locally to globally.  The mission is to make Jesus known so that those with whom we share the Good News can choose to follow Him.  Our strategy involves working with local, national and international partners to demonstrate God’s love and declare His Gospel to people who live nearby and far away.  Our local partners provide for a variety of needs people experience, ranging from medical needs through the Old Town Medical Mission to a need for food through “The Bread of Life” to crisis pregnancy to substance abuse.  We work alongside each partner to meet the material need while also helping people meet their deepest, spiritual need in Christ.

Beyond Winston-Salem, we partner with other Christian groups to provide a place for displaced children and special needs adults, disaster relief for people who are suffering, and Christmas gifts for needy children.  We partner with two church planters making disciples in Canada, national partners who share the Gospel with a Buddhist-background people group in Southeast Asia, and friends serving in other parts of the world, including South America.  Our partnerships are funded primarily through the ongoing “Acts 1:8 Challenge” Offering.  These funds are collected throughout the year using specially designated envelopes; and, the funds are invested each year as they are received.

There is a way that every follower of Jesus can actively engage His mission.  You are never too young nor too old; too educated nor uneducated; too wealthy nor too poor.  Feel free to explore this website to discover ways God can use you to make Jesus know across the street or around the world.

Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Matthew 28:19

Praying for the T-People of Southeast Asia 

 Thank God also for the faithfulness of our partner church, Oakview Baptist in High Point. 

 Pray for good health for our national partners – Job, James, Elihu and other friends as they continue sharing the Gospel and encouraging believers.


 Ask the Father to help our network of Gospel-sharers and disciple-makers to remain faithful to Christ and His calling. 

Ask the Lord to open the hearts of Buddhist People – including a few who are considering the faith – to understand and receive the Gospel. 

 Pray for the team of three people (Pastor Mark, Jeremy and his wife, Crystal) as they prepare to equip and encourage 13 leaders of God’s movement among the T People.

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