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missions mobilization

opportunities in Texas

reach cities initiative

Reach Austin

Church planting, church revitalization, evangelism. Contact Steve Cochran or by phone at (512) 230-4356.

Reach Houston

Church planting, church revitalization, evangelism. Vision tour scheduled for September 16-18, 2019. Contact Ben Hays or by phone at (832) 489-3908.

Reach El Paso

Evangelism and church planting. Spring break, summer missions opportunities, and ongoing vision trips. Vision tour scheduled for August 19-20, 2019. Contact Jorge Diaz or by phone at (915)867-7447.

Reach Rio Grande Valley

Evangelism and church planting. Vision tours scheduled for August 28-30, 2019. Contact David Ortega or by phone at (956) 874-3438.

Texas Missions Initiatives

Church planting among ethnic people groups in DFW. Contact Dan Acharya or by phone at (817) 552-2500.

People Groups

Church planting among ethnic people groups in DFW.

Facility construction projects

Help with facility construction projects.

Texas missions opportunities

Interested in serving a Texas church with VBS programs, evangelism, block parties, or other ministries?

Mission Trip Grant

cross cultural engagement

One of the reasons that the SBTC exists is to mobilize all of our churches to reach the lost. We encourage churches to fulfill the great commission through strategic mission trips. In an effort to encourage and assist pastors of all ethnicities in direct missions involvement, there are now limited funds for one-time grants for pastors in SBTC affiliated churches for the purpose of funding mission trip expenses!

other opportunities

Reach India

SBTC churches can become strategic partners laboring alongside the workers in South Asia. Associations can help develop an SBTC pipeline for semester, mid-term and long-term workers who will join us in South Asia.

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reach cities

texas missions for kids


people groups

contact us

For information in connecting with a NAMB SEND City or to find out about potential SBTC partnerships, contact Tony Mathews.