Matthew 28:19-20 tells us, “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” 


PMPBC desires to further the kingdom of God by sharing the gospel locally and globally. Through partnerships with local and global organizations, as well as missionaries on the frontlines, we work to fulfill the Great Commission. 


Calgary, Canada

PMPBC supports Calgary Missionary Elaine Shaneyfelt, church planters, and the work that is being done through the North American Mission Board (NAMB). Elaine grew up in Alabama and attended PMPBC as a young adult. She now serves as the minister to women, children, and outreach at Junction Church, Calgary. Elaine leads weekly life groups for women, as well as one-on-one discipleship. She also teaches children at Junction Church and though community summer camps. To reach others in the community, Elaine organizes and leads community association events and leads an English as a Second Language (ESL) group. Click on Elaine's photo to learn more about her and her work in Calgary.


In addition to supporting Elaine, PMPBC serves as a prayer partner for pastors throughout Canada who are planting churches through the work of the NAMB. 

UGANDA


Uganda Missions is an annual gospel-centered mission trip to the Kampala area of Uganda. Based on the Great Commission, the main idea is to share the gospel so that the gospel can transform lives. We partner with International Missionaries for Christ (IMFC), an organization focused on making disciples. While in Uganda, the team shares the gospel, helps to feed the poor through the Manna program, supplies Mama Kits to pregnant women, and visits those in prisons to share the Gospel. After the mission team is back home, local pastors follow up with those who have accepted Christ to disciple and nurture them to grow in Christ.

 

The team also supports Mamma Tulia's ministry. Mama Tulia visits the NICU in hospitals and shares the gospel with the mothers. Mama Tulia also opens her home to teach these mothers the Word of God and different life skills. She provides kits for the babies and helps with food. 


For more information, contact:

Don Collier

don.collier@calhoun.edu



Ecuador


PMPBC has developed a missional relationship with a team in Ecuador. This team is led by an American couple that has lived in Ecuador for over 30 years. When our team travels to Ecuador, we help our Ecuadorian brothers and sisters continue their efforts they perform on a daily basis. These activities include leading student Bible camps at Camp Chacauco and Camp UNPES, hosting VBS events, attending local worship services, and performing construction projects. Our mission team is a combination of students, their parents, adults, staff members, and pastors.


For more information, contact: 

Allan Britnell

britnell@daikin-america.com



Operation Christmas Child

Each year our church participates in packing shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child (OCC), which are delivered to children in need around with world. This is a great way to involve the entire family in lovingly selecting gifts, praying for a child, and sharing the love of Jesus and the gospel with a child in another country. In addition to receiving a shoebox filled with toys, clothes, school supplies, and hygiene items, each child will hear the gospel and receive The Greatest Gift, a colorful booklet telling the gospel story in the child’s own language. Many of these children are invited to participate in The Greatest Journey, a 12-week long discipleship program where they learn how to follow Christ in their daily lives as they share Him with friends and family. 


For more information or to learn how you can volunteer year round with OCC, contact:

Kris Scott

kris@pmpbc.com

MISsion 127


Religion that is pure and undefiled before God the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.  James 1:27

  • mission

    The focus of Mission 127 is to care for vulnerable children and foster and adoptive families locally and globally. This ministry is an endeavor by our church as part of the great commission to make disciples of all nations.  We believe that it is an integral way that the church is called to fulfill our mission to take care of the most vulnerable among us and to show the glory of our own adoption as God's children by caring for those who do not have the protection and nourishment of a family.


    For More Informatin, contact: 

    Leigh Anne Swindell- mongoosemissus@gmail.com

    Lindsey Rogers- tylindz12@hotmail.com

    Brooke Hutson- brookhutson@gmail.com

  • Blessing Bags


    So far, we have collected and filled 100 blessing bags.  Along with items collected by other local churches, PMPBC has filled Blessing Bags with stuffed animals, pajamas, blankets, and toiletries, Bibles, and personal notes. These bags have been given to the Morgan County DHR for children on their first night in foster care.  As this is a very traumatic experience and vulnerable time for these kids, these blessing bags are a tangible way to show them love and to care for their needs. So far, we have collected and filled 100 blessing bags.

  • Helping Hand


    How You Can Lend a Helping Hand to Foster Families

    • Take them a meal when they get a new placement
    • Provide diapers, wipes, and formula for infant placements
    • Do lawn care
    • Clean the house
    • Provide paper products
    • Write an encouraging note
    • Babysit
    • Pray and encourage
    • Provide respite care
    • Give gift cards
    • Be a helping hand for court or doctor appointments
    • Sponsor an extra-curricular activity for a foster child