Baptist International Mission

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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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We wanted to share this 2-minute video update from Steven Maldoff and Alan Brooks. The Lord gave them a profitable trip to Papua New Guinea (PNG). They met with many different people to prepare for the distribution of Bibles, which is scheduled to begin in the very near future. Thank you for your prayers for the PNG Bible Project. Please continue to pray with us as we ask God to help us give out more than 2 million Bibles to the young people of PNG.

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Report from Chad and Vicki Branch — South Africa It is truly amazing to see all that God has done in these two months! The best I can do is list some for you: *Started holding regular church services on the first Sunday in January, meeting in our home. Attendance for Truth Baptist Church is now averaging about a dozen per service with a high of seventeen! *Have had the joy of seeing three people saved. *Baptized a lady who had recently been saved and is now coming to church along with her husband. *Began Truth Baptist Institute on February 7 with two young men. Both have been called to preach and have a desire to plant and pastor independent Baptist churches. *Have been conducting weekly Bible studies in two local high schools. The Bible studies are completely voluntary and average about a dozen students each week! Most of them have NEVER heard the simple truths from God’s Word regarding creation, salvation, and other important Bible doctrines. We are also going to a local primary school each Monday morning during their morning assembly to sing songs, read Scripture, and pray with approximately three hundred students that attend there. What an opportunity for God to impact so many young lives!

Report from Randy and Jeanette Alderman — Togo, West Africa This week the “principalities, powers, and rulers of the darkness of this world” chose with great purpose the front gate of the Lassa church as the site at which to hold a sacrifice. The victims were a dog and a chicken. A boy who was thought by his father to have a demon attended our church service. When he arrived back home after being at our church “without his demon,” his father questioned him about where it had gone. He told his dad that it had stayed by the church gate when he entered the church building and never came back to him when he left the service. The sacrifice was held to retrieve the missing demon. Our simple faith reminds us that if God were not at work at the Lassa church, the devil would not have to fight against it! They may have done their evil deed in front of the church gate, but we know that the “gates of hell” cannot prevail against what God is doing through His church in this place!

Report from Joe and Melissa Marshall — Australia After the first two months of the year, our church family placed Gospel invitations in over 23,000 homes. As a result of this, we have had 21 first time visitors and have a new couple that has been regularly attending services! Please continue to pray with us to grow both spiritually and numerically as a church.

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Report from Lawrence & Rebecca Lantz—Uganda Praise God that no one is too far gone for God to rescue! Though diminutive in size at 5 feet and 90 lbs., Kebina was a feared witchdoctor in our county. At 76 years old, Kebina had been deeply involved in witchcraft since she was a teenager. Five years ago, Kebina sat under a shade tree and listened to the Bible when I taught on Sunday afternoons. She only came once or twice and our church people were kind toward her but always nervous that she was there. When her daughter-in-law was to be baptized, Kebina was furious (angry, yelling, and drunk) and charged out into the middle of the street blocking our vehicle from going to the lake for the baptism service. She immediately threw her daughter-in-law out of her house because of her faithfulness to the Lord in baptism. About two years later she said she wanted us to come pray for her. We thought she might be ready to receive Jesus, but she said no since she still wanted the money from her lucrative craft. However, she later came to church and told everyone that she had received Jesus. Kebina explained that she had a disturbing dream that continued for two straight weeks. She realized that God was telling her that her ways were filthy and that she needed to change. She said, “I decided to receive Christ.” Praise the Lord, she stopped drinking cold turkey, and her face that used to be taut, cold, and expressionless is now full of life and peace. She publicly recanted her witchcraft at her home village in the presence of her extended family. Now we will often find her sitting at home reading her Bible.