As stated in our vision and mission, we understand the calling of every local church to be concerned with the making and maturing of disciples. We seek to intentionally make disciples by reaching our:



Local Community 


Region & Nation

  • Through financial support of North American church planters
  • Through partnerships and support of churches from the East Coast to the Rocky Mountains, including annual mission trips



  • Through partnerships and mission trips with churches and ministries in:



FBC partners with Tabitha Ministry in Guatemala. Tabitha works predominantly with children and women living in the city dump of Guatemala in the most deplorable of conditions.  The ministry providing quality Christian education to around 150 children along with food, clothing, and resources for medical needs. Moreover, Tabitha empowers and trains women to learn trades and skills providing meaningful, gainful employment. FBC partners with Tabitha through provision of resources and through strategic FBC mission trip teams working with Tabitha ministries in evangelistic VBS activities, leadership development of the teaching staff, and assistance with development of a second new location.


Additionally, FBC partners with local Guatemalan churches in church planting efforts through partnership with other Missouri Southern Baptist churches in sending short term mission teams. These teams provide medical care along with free medications, vision screenings and free reading glasses, children’s VBS activities, school visits, home visits and food distribution to families in need. These trips have assisted Guatemalan Baptist churches plant and grow new churches through the intentionality of locations and evangelistic nature of the trips.



FBC has a strong relationship with partners Josh and Kristen Hepner, in Kragujevac, Serbia. Josh directs World Net KG, which is multifaceted NGO focused on work in Kragujevac and the surrounding areas. He coaches football and CrossFit, and serves as an elder in the local church. The Hepners are currently focusing their work on five cities in central Serbia: Kragujevac, Kraljevo, Kruševac, Čačak, and Uzice. Closely related to this work in Kragujevac, James and Katy Scivally live/serve in Belgrade, where James directs World Net in Belgrade, a city of about 1.3 million people.

Teams from FBC have gone in the past to provide English training, baseball and football camps, themed outreach parties, support and encouragement, bible distribution, construction, and more. Contact Chris Coombs at for more information on how to get involved



FBC is home to the Albanian American Network, a non-profit organization aimed at helping advance the Kingdom of God in Albania and the region though the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Principally, the AAN accomplishes its vision by mobilizing resources for the empowerment of the Albanian Church. This includes recruiting like-minded Christians and churches across the U.S. and focuses on supporting discipleship-based efforts in Albanian churches.


With the support of FBC, the AAN sends ministry teams throughout the year to Albania to help serve in children/student camps, evangelism and outreach to university students and local communities, pastoral training, and training for Christians in the public square. Contact Patrick Edwards at for more information on how to get involved.


Contact any of our elders or the church office for more information on how to get involved in these efforts!


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