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Global Discipleship

Global Discipleship

God's plan of salvation knows no cultural or ethnic boundaries. The Gospel saves individuals from every people group without distinction, and Summit Woods loves nothing more than being apart of God's work in making disciples of all nations.

Global Mission Trips

Summit Woods sent it's first team into Haiti January 2003, and has continued to send teams throughout the world. Teams have been to Romania, Greece, Czech Republic, Mexico and other parts of the globe, partnering with missionaries and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Pastor Maxwell Sakala of Zambia, Africa

Summit Woods continues to provide support for Pastor Maxwell Sakala and his family. A percentage of what is given to our Mission Offering provides for food, housing, clothing, children's education, medicine, and ministry expenses. We will be receiving quarterly updates from Pastor Maxwell. It is our privilege to be a part of God's work in Zambia!

International Mission Board

 IMB-Logo'The Unfinished Task' is leading Southern Baptists to be on mission with God to bring all the peoples of the world to saving faith in Jesus Christ. Supported through the Cooperative Program budget and by the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering, and the concerted prayers of Southern Baptists world-wide, the International Mission Board is being used by God in amazing ways.

Through the IMB, Southern Baptists are lead in efforts to evangelize the lost, disciple believers, develop churches and minister to people in need across the globe. This is accomplished by mobilizing prayer support, appointing missionaries, enlisting volunteers, channeling financial support and communicating how God is working overseas.

The IMB has over 5,000 field workers on assignment. They are joined by nearly 34,000 volunteers to bring the saving message of the Gospel to nearly 2,000 different people groups around the world. How has God used these efforts to plant with passion? Last year alone, IMB workers and their Baptist partners overseas reported a record 451,301 baptisms and 6,525 new churches worldwide.