CCBC has completed several missions trips to Myanmar and supports continual missions work in this region. Above is a video of some of our time spent there in 2015. Find out more about our missions in Myanmar and future mission trips there below.
Our Commitment to Myanmar
Patrick and Diana Williams make annual mission trips to Myanmar to train local church leaders. The Eastern Pwo Karen people are considered to be an unreached people group. It is estimated that there are only about 250-500 born-again believers in this group of some 750,000 people whose major religion is Buddhism. Our church is involved with teaching pastors, church leaders, and others how to take the gospel to a lost and dying world. It is the Eastern Pwo Karen who must take the gospel to the world around them.
Our main goal is to leave a “footprint” behind us by training local believers who have a compelling desire to reach the lost how to plant evangelical churches in southern Myanmar. We are equipping these few believers with the tools necessary to evangelize the lost and to disciple new believers. All of the teaching work we do here is translated into the written Burmese language as these people have very little written information about God’s Word. We are to make disciples and we are to teach them what Jesus commanded.
CCBC has had a number of members join trips to Nicaragua and El Salvador over the past 5 years. This is a great opportunity for anyone being called to “taste” short-term international missions in a safe, well organized and friendly environment, with local friends and family.
We are looking for medical volunteers, those willing to help with children or help with the logistical needs of the team for the next trip. For more information, please contact Richard Brown.
Global Health Outreach (GHO) is the division of the Christian Medical and Dental Association dedicated to providing both medical care and spiritual healing to people of third world countries around the globe through short-term mission trips. These medical mission trips, staffed by doctors, dentists, pharmacists, nurses and logistical support volunteers, are assisted by a team of local Christian interpreters to minister to the needs of people in impoverished areas. The patients hear the gospel message at every step in the process; by the local pastors when they apply for care through a local church, by the nurses during triage, when receiving treatment by the doctors and dentists and during special church services held during the week. In addition, their children get to participate in a vacation Bible school program while the patient is waiting for treatment.
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Give to Missions
Place missions offering in one of the blue boxes outside the Worship Center on Sunday.
Mail it to:
101 Anita Forte Dr., Cape Carteret, NC 28584