Global Missions Offering

GLOBAL MISSIONS OFFERING

Geyer Springs has a rich history of financially supporting missions organizations throughout our city, state, and nation. Our annual Global Missions Offering is divided among four ministries that reach all over the globe with the Gospel.  You can find out more about each of these ministries below. This year our goal is $200,000. Please consider giving throughout the year so we can provide consistent support for these great ministries. You can give to this offering by clicking on the button below and choosing "Missions" as the Giving Type.

STATE MISSIONS

arkansas baptist state convention

The Dixie Jackson Offering provides for disaster relief, collegiate ministries, community ministries, and church planting in Arkansas. Each year the Dixie Jackson offering trains thousands of new certified disaster relief volunteers, helps plant dozens of new churches, and hosts scores of block parties and medical clinics in the hopes of reaching the lost and unreached of Arkansas.


Find out more about the Dixie Jackson Offering by clicking HERE.

NORTH AMERICA MISSIONS

North american mission board

The Annie Armstrong Offering supports missionaries who serve in compassion ministries and church planting throughout North America. This effort seeks to evangelize and disciple the estimated 273 million that are lost in the United States, Canada, and U.S. territories of Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, and American Samoa.


Find out more about the Annie Armstrong Offering by clicking HERE.

INTERNATIONAL MISSIONS

International mission board

The Lottie Moon Offering supports the more than 3,500 missionaries who serve with the International Mission Board as they reach out to the 4.5 Billion unreached people across the world.


Find out more about the Lottie Moon Offering by clicking HERE.

The for all mankind movement

The FAMM Offering provides support for our partnership in India. Our partnership with FAMM focuses primarily on a state in West India where FAMM has been working since 2013. FAMM's strategy is to train indigenous leaders to lead story groups where the Bible is taught in a way that is highly effective in oral cultures where high rates of illiteracy are common. In the area where we partner with FAMM, over 4,000 story groups have been started since 2016 with 66,000 in weekly attendance and over 8,000 baptized as new believers. FAMM's strategy also utilizes short-term mission teams in highly effective ways to act as catalysts for the launching of new story groups.


Find out more about FAMM by clicking HERE.