Work through our existing Native American Mission Response Team structure to help strengthen existing Native churches and start new churches. There are over 200,000 Native Americans in New Mexico and less than 3% are Evangelical Christians. Click here for more information or email Daniel Clymer, Native American Strategist, at email@example.com.
Over 83% of New Mexicans do not attend a Gospel-teaching church. There are 69 communities with at least 500 population with no Baptist witness in the state. Your church can partner with a church planter and the convention and local association to plant a new church in a community. Click here to explore planting.
Each year we have a number of volunteers and mission teams desiring to work in New Mexico. Teams leave having made a difference in the Kingdom of God.
Our desire is to partner with you in your missions efforts. We believe God will change lives through your labor. We also believe that people will come to know Jesus Christ and that God will use these special times to awaken the hearts and minds of future missionaries.
We ask prospective groups to complete a worksheet to help us know more about their ministry. Click here to download the worksheet VOLUNTEER GROUP WORKSHEET. If you are interested in a mission trip to New Mexico, complete the form and return to:
Missions Mobilization Team
PO Box 94485
Albuquerque, NM 87199
Being mobile allows a special group of people to do missions anywhere and anytime. Campers on Mission are able to follow Disaster Relief Teams and start Bible Studies and Points of Light.
Download the Campers on Mission Brochure for more information.
Download the Campers on Mission Application Form
Every day, tens of thousands of people struggle with having enough food to eat. They turn to emergency food pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters for help! New Mexico is the second in the nation in the percentage of people who must sometimes wonder there their next meal will come from. We are the first in the nation in childhood poverty.
Hunger Ministries are funded by Mission New Mexico and Domestic Hunger Funds.
Looking for ways to raise Hunger Funds? Ways to Raise Hunger Funds.
Need more resources? Click Here!
If you would like more information, please contact Cricket Pairett.
Houses with Hope is an organization based in Farmington, New Mexico that helps orphans in Africa. Your church can give to help build homes or can go and build them with your hands.
Beginning in November 2016 we will have a partnership with IMB leaders in Gujarat, India. This three-year partnership will allow churches in New Mexico to plan trips with the assistance of the Missions Mobilization Team of the Baptist Convention of New Mexico. Churches can access help with planning, insurance, and limited financial help through this partnership as we work to do evangelism, discipleship, and develop leaders in Gujarat.