Mission Projects

Reach the World

Throughout the year, SBC of Virginia offers a number of opportunities for churches to partner in support of local, state, national, and international missions. Through Mission Projects, you and your church can have a key role in reaching the world.

Listed below are the upcoming 2018 projects.

God’s Love from a Diaper Bag
January – February 2018

Since 2001, when God’s Love from a Diaper Bag Ministry began, they have distributed over 700,000 diapers and other items needed by infants and young children. They are located in Jenkins, KY where poverty is a daily reality for many families. Helping to meet these tangible needs for the babies and young children will open doors for the workers to share God’s love with their parents. As you help meet physical needs, you will also be helping to meet spiritual needs.


Hikers’ Supplies for Trail Days
March 2018

Several SBC of Virginia churches in the Southwest Region are located along the Appalachian Trail. They have unique opportunities to minister to individuals from all over the U.S. who hike the trail, especially during the hikers’ event called Trail Days. We can help by providing supplies that the hikers need. These gifts open doors for churches to minister to them and share the Gospel.


Hygiene Kits for Hunger Ministries
April 2018

There are a large number of churches throughout Virginia who meet needs through Hunger Ministries. As they feed families, they discover many have great needs for hygiene. Most of us take these items for granted, but they are luxuries for the impoverished — many of whom are forced to choose between food and proper hygiene. God’s love will be shared as these physical needs are met.


Military Appreciation Month
May 2018

We can never show enough appreciation and gratitude to those serving our country through the various branches of the military. Since May is Military Appreciation Month, we encourage SBC of Virginia churches to locate active and retired military personnel in your area and express your gratitude for their service in a tangible way.


Items for Crisis Pregnancy Centers
June – July 2018

A crisis pregnancy center is a Christ-centered organization with a calling to reach out to women and families involved in crisis-related pregnancies by offering real help for the present, hope for the future, and healing from the past. Their goal is to provide compassionate care, objective information, and practical resources so that the mother can make a confident, fully-informed decision. These centers have lots of needs that SBCV churches can help meet to minister to these women and their babies.


First Responders Recognition
August 2018

Many first responders put their lives on the line every day so we can all live safer. They are the ones risking their lives for us, and we want to set aside a special month to show our appreciation for them.

Christmas Backpacks for Children in Appalachia
September – October 2018

Central Appalachia has 100 of the poorest counties in America in the 10-state region served by the Appalachian Regional Ministry (ARM). A new backpack filled with toys, school supplies, hygiene items, and candy for Christmas is so exciting for boys and girls! ARM will share this gift of love along with the Gospel with children living in poverty throughout Appalachia this Christmas.


Bibles for Hispanic Ministries
November – December 2018

We have a huge need for Spanish Bibles. These Bibles will be distributed throughout Virginia in effective programs to provide encouragement to homeless women (a connection made through our previous Bible project), our Hispanic church plants, and other mission outreach opportunities.

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