At MBC, our mission is to glorify God by making disciples and multiplying churches among all nations. Involvement in this global mission is not optional: every Christ-follower has a role to play. We surrender our time, talents, resources, and lives for the sake of the lost, the poor, and the vulnerable who need Christ above all. We work to establish new local churches where none currently exist and to strengthen existing local churches. We will prioritize global endeavors that help create gospel access where there is none. We primarily do this through short-term trips, mid to long-term sending, and global partnerships.
MBC sends short-term teams around the world to effectively advance the goals of our long-term partners in places where the gospel is both inaccessible and accessible. The aim of short-term trips is to help establish churches where none exist and strengthen existing local churches. Our desire is that each member of MBC would consider serving on a short-term trip. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions and see how to apply for upcoming trips!
We believe the local church should be the center of sending, shepherding, and supporting God’s people who serve in cross-cultural contexts. Therefore, we will prioritize sending people to serve in mid or long-term capacities directly from our church family.
Mid-Term Sending refers to individuals who will spend two months to two years serving in a cross-cultural context. Long-Term Sending refers to individuals who will serve in a cross-cultural context for 2+ years.
Sending Process Pipeline Steps:
We partner with Bible based and church centered ministries around the world to advance the gospel, make disciples, and multiply churches among the unreached. We desire to support healthy and effective organizations as they labor in these areas. If you represent an organization and would like to request financial or other support from MBC, fill out this International Partnerships Form.
The Beyond Fund invests in ministry which serves the most urgent physical and spiritual needs locally and globally.