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Ministry Description & Current Needs
This flyer explains all the items BBA collects to share with other churches and ministries. Check back often, as their needs may change.
Call BBA at 254-939-0761 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional questions.
Volunteers are always needed and appreciated at BBA. Check out this flyer to see if you can use your gifts and talents at BBA.
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The AFCC is the place to go for information about cowboy churches, their events, and training. They also have a church finder option on the site if you are looking for a cowboy church to attend.
Questions? Call the AFCC at 972-937-9979
Ark2Freedom, a ministry of Hope for the Hungry, educates and equips Bell County communities to avoid exploitation through Awareness, Restoration, and Keys2Freedom.
Call 765-444-ARK2 for more information.
Baptist Standard Publishing is an independent, nonprofit media organization specializing in news, features, opinion, and resources for Baptists in Texas through our partnership with churches, institutions, and individuals associated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
Their coverage also includes the Baptist World Alliance, Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, Southern Baptist Convention, and news, trends and ideas about religion around the world.
Baptist Way Press provides user-friendly Bible studies that are practical, helpful, and immediately useful to teachers and students.
Let’s get social! Social Media, that is! See the BBA Facebook page for shared events from local churches, celebrations, and training events happening at YOUR Bell Baptist Association.
The Body of Christ Community Clinic seeks to provide basic health and dental care services to residents in the East Bell County area of Texas and who have no health insurance or no means to obtain basic health and dental care services.
Phone: (254) 939-9500
Fax: (254) 939-9503
We exist to serve as a resource to Texas Baptist churches and Associations in developing a model for Bivocational Ministry that result in a significant increase in available truly-called, well-equipped Bivocational Pastors.
Director, Bivocational Ministry
Campers on Mission (COM) is a national fellowship of Christian campers started by the Southern Baptist Convention and in turn, partnered with the Missions Equipping Center of the Baptist General Convention of Texas and the Southern Baptist of Texas Convention.
Skip & Elaine Gee
4418 Grayburg DR
San Angelo, TX 76904
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12-step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain, or addiction of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life.
Find a Group Near You:
CTCDRT was started in 2010 as means to send Help, Hope, and Healing from Christians in the Central Texas Area. We are a disaster response group as a ministry of the Bell Baptist Association located in Belton, TX. We are being God’s hands and feet when called on by Him. Our mission is to provide Help, Hope, and Healing to those in need when faced with a disaster.
Jim & Monica McDougall
The CPC provides training for church planters to start and grow churches, helpful training for those who are serving in re-start church situations, and provides practical leadership training for current church staff and lay leadership.
Carl Love, CPC Director
The Central Texas Coalition Against Human Trafficking works collaboratively to increase public awareness and identification of human trafficking cases while providing comprehensive medical and social services for victims and survivors of trafficking.
Call the National Human Trafficking Hotline – 888-373-7888
Text the National Human Trafficking Hotline – 233733
Children At Heart is a family of Christian ministries that exists to honor God and build a better world by serving children and strengthening families.
24-HOUR HELP LINE
CALL 1-800-440-9789 FOR IMMEDIATE HELP
CTLC is an ecumenical organization of over 30 local churches working with the support of area business and social service groups to meet basic human needs on a temporary and/or emergency basis. Our staff is composed entirely of volunteers who assist almost 400 families per week. These include homeless people, the elderly, the disabled, and those marginally employed or unemployed.
Churches Touching Lives for Christ
(254) 778-6873 (FAX)
Discipleship Unlimited is a multi-faceted prison ministry based in Gatesville and Marlin, Texas
Since 1974, thousands of people inside and outside prison walls have felt our impact as we build up the body of believers through prayer, study, accountability, and Biblical truth. DU programs are designed to lead men and women to a lifelong commitment to Jesus Christ.
SHARING THE LOVE OF CHRIST THROUGH SHOES
Children in your community may have never owned a new pair of shoes. We aim to provide church partners with the shoes and resources to help their communities and reach families with the love and charity of Jesus Christ.
Helping Hands Ministry was founded in 1995 by the Belton Ministers’ Fellowship, an ecumenical gathering of local ministers, to serve the Belton community with a centralized food pantry. Today, Helping Hands Ministry continues to be supported by 30 local churches of many denominations. Each month, Helping Hands Ministry provides support to over 2,600 of our neighbors through the weekly commitment of more than 85 volunteers and staff.
We are conveniently located just 35 miles west of Austin, tucked away in a wonderfully secluded Hill Country setting. With quality accommodations and adaptable program facilities able to serve groups of up to 750, Highland Lakes is a great place to schedule your next camp, conference, meeting, or retreat.
Office: 888-222-3482 or 512-264-1777
In over three decades of ministry, our ministry network serves around the globe in an effort to relieve spiritual and physical poverty.
Our CORE Focus:
Children: Works to meet the physical and spiritual needs of children both locally and globally.
Outreach: Connects people with opportunities to serve locally and internationally.
Relationship: Works in partnership with the body of Christ to further His Kingdom.
Education: Provides quality education, discipleship, and life mentorship.
HOPE Pregnancy Centers serve women and men in the Killeen, Temple, Belton, and surrounding areas. Our centers are a safe space to process pregnancy options in a judgment-free environment.
Killeen – 254-519-3343
Temple – 254-773-2453
Copperas Cove – 254-518-4673
Our Mission: To provide the Bible in accurate, contemporary translations and formats so that more people around the world will have the opportunity to be transformed by Jesus Christ.
Donor Services: (800) 987-3595
The IMB’s mission is to serve Southern Baptists in carrying out the Great Commission to make disciples of all nations.
J.A.I.L. Ministry, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit jail ministry based in Belton, Texas. We have taken a special interest in the criminal justice system and conduct 45 Bible studies in the jail each week. An extensive number of volunteers work hard to engage the church and create a seamless structure that is focused on ministry.
Resource every mission. Your church covers a lot of ground, that’s why Lifeway provides the world’s leading selection of ministry resources.
Our vision is that every addict in the world has the chance to experience our message in his or her own language and culture and find the opportunity for a new way of life.
Fellowship Services Team
email@example.com or 818.773.9999 x771
The Church is God’s plan—you are God’s plan—to reach North America and the nations with the hope of the gospel, and the North American Mission Board is here to help.
The mission of Operation Christmas Child is to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to children in need around the world. Through this project, Samaritan’s Purse partners with the local church worldwide to share the Good News of Jesus Christ and make disciples of the nations.
Local Contact: Cathy Scribner
Immanuel Baptist Church
Sunshine Behavioral Health addiction treatment has combined all available not-for-profit and free services into one directory. We understand that not all people can afford treatment for substance use disorders from private rehab facilities and other free services are a suitable alternative. Use the search tool provided or find by type of free not-for-profit alcohol and drug treatment in the navigation.
The SLBA, which was organized in 1955, is composed of 40 local and autonomous Southern Baptist churches located in three counties in Northern Utah. These Christian churches have chosen to associate themselves together for the work of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ. We are an ethnically diverse Association being made up of churches of eight different ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
Ron Clement: 801.380.6494
Diane Clement: 719.494.4160
The SBC is a collection of like-minded churches working in cooperation with one another to impact the whole world with the Good News of Jesus Christ.
SBC Executive Committee
We exist to facilitate, extend and enlarge the Great Commission ministries of the Southern Baptist Convention and Southern Baptist churches and associations of Texas, upon the authority of God’s inerrant Word to the glory of God the father, under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, and by the empowerment of the Holy Spirit. Together, we can do what no church can do alone.
Contact the SBTC
We work to equip church planters and new churches to effectively reach their city with the gospel. We work with existing churches to foster healthy church growth via evangelism and discipleship, and by encouraging partnerships with other churches in advancing the gospel. The church in every generation encounters challenges from without and within. We do all we can to support an atmosphere of gospel-fueled living.
The Baptist Student Ministries (BSM) at Temple College seeks to encourage students in their faith journey, challenge them to grow, and connect with churches.
Carl Love, BSM Director
The Baptist General Convention of Texas encourages, facilitates, and connects churches in their work to fulfill God’s mission of reconciling the world to himself.
CARES Act could bring financial relief to churches and nonprofits amidst bans on large gatherings
Commonly known as Texas Baptist Men, TBM empowers Christians just like you to take on the biggest challenges around the globe, changing the world one radical act of service and compassion at a time. Since 1967, TBM volunteers have delivered help, hope, and healing to millions of hurting people and raising up the next generation to do likewise. As a result of its service, TBM has helped start and train disaster relief groups in all 50 states, giving birth to the third-largest disaster relief network in the nation.
Texas DPS – Human Trafficking Program
Assessing the Threat of Human Trafficking in Texas
The Human Trafficking Program is charged with the overall direction of the state’s enforcement efforts against human trafficking in Texas. The Human Trafficking Program works with local, state, and federal agencies across the state and nation to identify, investigate, disrupt, and/or dismantle major human trafficking organizations.
Human Trafficking Hotline. People can receive help, report a tip, or request information or training by calling the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888 or by sending a text to BeFree (233733).
Contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline
at 1-888-373-7888 or by sending a text to BeFree (233733).
Using creative tools to challenge believers and to reach people who might not normally attend a church service.
A guide about the connection between the trucking industry and human trafficking. It has information on why human trafficking is so prevalent in trucking, how people are victimized, and the signs all of us can look for.
The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor is dedicated to Christian higher education.
The Gathering is a weekly time of worship and fellowship held by the BSM. Join us to learn more opportunities to Welcome, Engage, and Equip. Tuesdays at 7:30 pm in the McLane Great Hall.
Location: Bawcom 1032 (1st Floor)
Woman’s Missionary Union of Texas (WMU of Texas) is passionate about empowering Christ-followers to radically participate in the mission of God. In partnership with national Woman’s Missionary Union®, we offer mission small groups and ministries, enabling every member of the church to learn about missions, become involved in missions, and live a missional lifestyle. Are you ready to say “Here am I Lord, send me?”