Baptist International Mission

Baptist International Mission
Baptist International Mission is listed in the Churches Nondenominational category in Harrison, Tennessee. Displayed below is the only current social network for Baptist International Mission which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Baptist International Mission on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 68.

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8614 Harrison Bay Rd
Harrison, TN 37341
(423) 344-5050

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More pictures from CAMP BIMI...Finding where they fit in missions

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We praise the Lord for a great start to CAMP BIMI 2017. Please pray with us the next couple of weeks that each student would be very sensitive to the leading of the Lord. Some who have joined us this week know that God has already called them to full-time missions. Perhaps the Lord will call others to work full-time in His harvest field during the next few days.

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Report from Ed and Rebecca Trimble — Philippines Summer Youth Camp is always a fun and busy time. The theme this year was Build the Wall from Nehemiah 2:16. There were 191 in attendance from 13 churches. Many decisions were made for the Lord, including 21 young people who surrendered to full-time ministry. Five of these youth who surrendered were from our church here in Davao City. We are grateful to the Lord for working in the hearts of so many during camp.

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PNG Bible Project Update — Alan Brooks, Assistant Southeast Asia Director As of Friday June 23, we have handed out approximately 14,700 Bibles to that many students and teachers in 14 schools in the capital city of Port Moresby. With the national elections starting this weekend and schools out for a short holiday, we have to suspend our current activities. This is a great start to a monstrous project. By the end of July, we should have six containers in country. Thank you for your support and prayers! I would like to give a big thanks to the National Pastors and workers who have labored tirelessly to help with stamping Bibles, re-boxing, carrying, and distributing. We plan on returning to PNG after school is back in session to continue the distribution in the capital and then begin launching out into all of the provinces. We will definitely need your continued prayers. We are excited as to what we have been able to do thus far, but in reality we have just "touched the hem of the garment" as to what we need to do. Thanks for partnering with us in this great endeavor.

Report from Bill and Tammy Brouwer — Tanzania The church at Igekamaja celebrated their 10th year anniversary on Easter Sunday. Eight of our other churches participated in the celebration. Starting on the Monday preceding Easter Sunday, we had a week long evangelistic crusade in this village. Throughout the day teams of soul winners were canvassing this village passing out tracts and sharing the Gospel. Each evening there was a special service at the church. Various choirs sang, testimonies were given, and then there was preaching and an evangelistic film shown. Hundreds of people came each night, and the Gospel was clearly presented. During this week 60 adults made public professions of their faith in Christ! After the huge combined Easter service, we baptized 73 new converts. Some of these had been saved during the week of evangelistic meetings while others had been waiting to be baptized.