Faith in Action Ministries

Faith in Action Ministries

Put Feet to Faith…

Nothing activates one’s own faith more than sharing it with others. When Jesus said, “It is better to give than to receive,” He hinted of the manifold blessings in store for the servant giver. This is after all, the law of Christ’s Love.

CHBC provides several ways to serve our community in Jesus’ Name for His glorification. We also allow our members to introduce new ministries to our attention for corporate participation. Here are some of the community volunteering opportunities we have established...

Baptist Mission Food Pantry

Baptist Mission Food Pantry: During the month of March each year we coordinate a food drive to help supply the downtown mission that feeds the homeless.

Hope Pregnancy Center

Hope Pregnancy Center: Changing hearts and saving lives is our purpose. Hope Pregnancy Center Impacts Local Lives
Faith in Action Leader for the CHBC Women's Ministry is: Ginny Little, 722-6123

If you ever wanted to bring light and hope into to a dark world right in your own back yard, the Hope Pregnancy Center is the place to do just that! Whether you’re helping a young, scared teenager determine if she’s pregnant, or trying to gently reason with a frightened, confused abortion-minded client who sees no other way out of her dilemma, or helping teach and support a single mom or young couple to best prepare for their baby’s arrival through the center’s Earn While You Learn Program, God is speaking to hearts and minds through His people in this ripe mission field.

There is a great need for Christian peer counselors at the center, located on N. May, just south of Hefner Road. We need compassionate godly women who will adopt one half day a week, (either morning or afternoon), to help lead these young lives to Christ and wholesome living. Each peer counselor receives training and mentoring. This ministry is supported by the Baptist Children’s Home and the facility is clean, pretty and safe—and most importantly conveniently located right here in our own community!

We also need hands-on support making baby bags, stocking the Mommy Store, cleaning clothes and donated baby equipment, along with assembling cribs—things that men could help with too. Plus there’s the ongoing the need for tangible and financial donations along with gently worn maternity clothes.

This summer our church generously filled “Hope Chests” with baby clothes and diapers which greatly helped keeping the Mommy Store supplied. YES!

To find out more how you can be a part of this impact ministry, call Peggy Kennedy, Hope Center Director, at 755-5973.  We invite you to take a tour any day Monday thru Friday 9-4, or Saturday, 9-noon.