Every church partnering, giving and bringing the Gospel to the world.
The Global Mission Offering (GMO) provides that opportunity. CNBC churches have an annual missions emphasis, during which the whole church learns about missions and ministry in Canada, North America and internationally. The church is inspired by true stories from missionaries, church planters and mission teams. You can be a part of future stories by giving to the GMO, knowing that your gifts will help others to hear about Jesus and then be discipled.
Because you give, international missionaries and mission teams are reaching unreached peoples and places around the world, making disciples and multiplying churches for the glory of God.
A CNBC team of 13 people, representing four different churches, went on mission for one week to Tactic, Guatemala. While there, the team served alongside Impact Ministries who regularly provides schooling and care for over 1,500 students. The team served in the classrooms, played soccer with the students, and visited local hospitals to pray over sick children.
Because you give, CNBC churches partner with the North American Mission Board to empower a church planting movement that invests in the Kingdom and has a powerful impact all over North America for Jesus Christ.
Kesavan and Viji Balasingham, church planters with NAMB, planted Fellowship Church Rouge Park in Toronto in 2016. In that multicultural setting, their heart is to share the Gospel with the lost, especially new Canadians, who are looking for community and somewhere to belong.
Because you give, churches are strengthened as their pastors, leaders, and church members have opportunities for training.
- Filipino International Baptist Church in Edmonton, Alberta, hosted a D52 evangelism training for over 60 members of their church. At the event, participants were equipped in sharing the Gospel with nonbelievers and for effective, intentional community outreach.
Because you give, the GMO provides grants, which help CNBC church members and pastors participate in mission outreach.
The Global Mission Offering is distributed through three focus areas:
North American Missions
Distribution of the Global Mission Offering