Focus Area: India
As a church, we desire to mobilize our congregation to be part of a major spiritual awakening among the people of India. There are many ways to be involved through prayer, sending, welcoming, or going.
Current partners in India are:
An orphanage caring for the abandoned girl-child in Chennai
Word for the World
Assisting over 250 indigenous church planters throughout India
Serving children in the slums of Bangalore
Global Outreach Coordinator:
Bob Stoller | email@example.com | 785-633-6500
Global Outreach Ministry Opportunities
Volunteers on this team will strategically engage unreached international students for the purpose of making disciples of Jesus Christ. We partner with Topeka Friendship Network to build relationships with international students and may also attend or help organize events to welcome international students.
Welcome Team Leader
Sarah Mellen, contact at firstname.lastname@example.org or 785-250-7297
FBC offers opportunities for church members to participate in transformational trips to other countries, in conjunction with our global ministry partners. These trips help us engage with God in His global purposes and become awakened to helping the gospel spread to the nations.
Go Team Leader
Lindsey Carson, contact at email@example.com or 785-633-9565
Volunteers on this team will help missionaries remain healthy, supported and encouraged throughout their time of service by providing regular missionary care via communication, care packages, prayer, and other assistance as identified.
Send Team Leader
Phyllis Swanson, contact at firstname.lastname@example.org or 785-224-5893
This team exists to foster educational opportunities for mobilizing the church body for the purpose of God among the nations. Volunteers may help coordinate mobilizing events, as well as finding and evaluating resources to mobilize FBC attenders.
Mobilize Team Leader/Outreach Pastor
Jeremy Wynne, contact at email@example.com or 785-249-8636
Prayer volunteers will intercede for God’s will in the lives of our mission teams. They will receive and respond to prayer requests from missionary care coordinators as well as participate in corporate prayer when offered.