Mission Trips and Opportunities to Serve:
Below you will find some upcoming mission trips as well as many areas for you to get involved in mission work both here at LBC and in our community. As you consider your role in serving in the upcoming year, you may have some questions. Contact any of the trip leaders or ministry contacts if you have questions.
How do I know if I should “GO?”
Seek the Lord’s will through prayer. When you have opened your heart and mind, He will reveal His will for you.
If I decide to “Go” on a trip, how will I pay for it?
If God wants you to go on a mission trip, He will provide the means necessary for your
participation. We also have some scholarships available to help pay a portion of each trip’s cost.
How can I get involved?
Contact the trip leader or the ministry contact person listed below.

Date: August/September 2018
Details: We will be partnering with the Baptist Church in Tulcea, Romania and holding a parent conference for members of their church.
Contact: Pastor David, 931-982-3764 or

Date: January 2018
Details: We will be partnering with the Baptist Church in Pachacutec, Peru and be engaged in evangelism, medical clinics, and discipleship training.
Contact: Steve Meador, 931-424-8337 or

Date: July 2018
Details: We have partnered with 5280 church out of Denver, CO.

World Hunger This offering goes to International Mission Board for Hunger in the world.
Contact: Betty Smith, 762-0007

Pure Water This offering helps provide clean drinking water to missionaries.
Contact: Suzanne Beavers, 762-5562

Edwin Hodges Our old small group literature is sent to Edwin Hodges Distribution Center where it is distributed over the world for missionaries to use.
Contact: Carroll Methvin, 762-0641 or www.

Operation Christmas Child OCC distributes Christmas gift boxes to kids around the world.
Contact: Lee Ann Ray, 447-1380 or

Eyeglass collection Used eyeglasses are collected and taken on mission trips to be used in medical clinics.
Contact: Carol Cunningham, 762-8799

Campbell’s Soup Labels UPC labels are collected and sent to David Mitchell Deaf Ministry in Puerto Rico.
Contact: Betty Smith, 762-0007 or

Compassion International “Releasing children from poverty in Jesus name” is the purpose of Compassion as they find sponsors for children around the world.
Contact: Nelda Eledge, 556-2464 or

Psalm 139 This offering helps provide ultrasound machines in crisis pregnancy centers across the nation.
Contact: Betty Smith, 762-0007 or

Community Missions Men of the church help members of the community by providing labor for some minor repairs around their homes.
Contact: Mahlon Fisher, 242-1932 or

I Am For Kids This ministry helps provide mentors for children across the county.
Contact: Steve Seaton 931-244-0945,

TBC Adult Homes This ministry provides residential and program services to Senior Adults and Developmentally Disabled Adults.
Contact: Dr. Kenny Cooper, 615-371-2050 or

TBC Children’s Home This ministry ministers the love of Jesus Christ to children and families in crisis, providing residential and foster care to Tennessee’s children.
Contact: 1-800-624-8591 or

Lawrence County Association of Baptist Our Association helps equip Lawrence County Churches in various ways.
Contact: Bro. Steve Flippo, 852-4700 or

Gods Storehouse This ministry is “A Christian Community Effort,” distributing food, clothing, and assistance to those in need.
Contact: LBC office or Gods Storehouse office at 766-1265

Pregnancy Center of Middle Tennessee We are here for those experiencing unplanned pregnancy, dealing with pregnancy issues in the past, or planning for the future. Complete, accurate information about all your choices and help finding some real answers before you make your decision.
Contact: 931-381-4024 or

Kids Place Provides specialized services to the child victims of sexual and/or severe physical abuse in Lawrence, Maury, Giles, and Wayne Counties in Middle TN.
Contact: Kim Magee, 762-5687 or

Can Tabs for Ronald McDonald House Collecting pop tabs is a great way to teach kids about philanthropy and the importance of recycling and raises funds to help children and their families at the same time. Many of our local families have benefited from the Ronald McDonald House.
Contact: Suzanne Beavers, 762-5662 or

FCA/Fish This ministry focuses on serving local schools by equipping, empowering and encouraging students to make a difference for Christ.
Contact: Jason Lamprecht, 852-2803

Back Pack This ministry provides food for children who may not have sufficient meals over the weekend.
Leoma Baptist is a Partner Agency of Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle TN.  Second Harvest is a private, not-for-profit, tax-exempt organization with a mission to feed hungry people and work to solve hunger issues in our community.  Second Harvest works with a network of approximately 500 Partner Agencies like Leoma Baptist to distribute food to those in need throughout 46 counties in Middle and West TN.  To learn more, visit or contact the church office.

WMU  Women On Mission -This ministry is to educate and involve preschoolers, children, youth, and adults in the cause of Christian missions. They participate and facilitate many local mission
Contact: Betty Smith, 762-0007 or

Quilting Ladies This ministry provides a very unique service to our community with hand quilting. Donations are taken for their services and that money is donated to our church’s mortgage payment.
Contact: Margaret Eledge, 762-1063

Card Ladies This ministry is another unique service of our church. Ladies gather on Wednesday morning and laminate obituaries which are sent to family members.  Get well cards are also sent to shut-ins and others in our community.
Contact: Bobbie Huntley, 852-4488

Community Thanksgiving Meal This ministry provides and delivers a traditional Thanksgiving dinner to homes of seniors and needy in our community and also to the County Jail.
Contact: Carol Cunningham, 762-8799

Can Recycling This ministry not only helps take care of the world God has provided us, it also helps pay down our mortgage debt.
Contact: Martha Hooper, 852-2657