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Florida Baptist Convention
Mission Statement:  The mission of the Florida Baptist Convention is to inspire and to equip through word and deed - Florida Baptist churches and associations to accomplish the Great Commission.
1230 Hendricks Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Phone: 800-226-8584800-226-8584 or 904-396-2351904-396-2351 

Suncoast Baptist Association
Welcome to the Suncoast Baptist Association whose goal is to equip you with information that is vital in helping you connect, bond, and network with others in the Suncoast Baptist Association and beyond.
6559 126th Avenue N
Largo, Florida 33773
Phone: (727) 530-0431(727) 530-0431
Fax: (727) 530-1225

Mailing Address:
Suncoast Baptist Association
P.O. Box 17525
Clearwater, Fl 33762-0525
Women on Mission
Women on Mission is ongoing missions involvement and learning that extends across the globe.  Missions opportunities, learning materials and many free resources have been created to help women develop a missions lifestyle.  As a part of Women on Mission, Ladies have the opportunity to participate in missions and ministries that enable them to experience a variety of ways to serve Christ.  
Ultimately, the purpose of all Women on Mission activities is that every person have the opportunity to hear and respond to the gospel. 
WMU - 100 Missionary Ridge
PO BOx 830010
Birmingham, AL 35283-0010 USA
205-991-8100205-991-8100 (main switchboard)
Next Stepp Pregnancy Center
Our Mission:
The Next Stepp Center is a nonprofit Christian organization offering physical, emotional and Spiritual support to women facing unplanned pregnancy and resources to pregnant and parenting women and their families. 
The Next Stepp Center 
Home Office – Serving Midtown
1210 22nd St. South
St. Petersburg, FL 33712

Phone: (727) 896-9119(727) 896-9119

 Mexican Indian Training Center
Mexican Indian Training Center (MITC), founded in 1956, exists to spread the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ, preparing individuals called to serve God and Assist the works that develop as a result of this ministry.  MITC concentrates on, but is not limited to, rural areas of southern Mexico.
General methods used to accomplish the purpose
1. Bible School
2. Missionaries and Mission Churches
3. Medical Missions
Address: Mexican Indian Training Center
PO Box 19422
Shreveport, LA 71149
Phone: 318-686-9380318-686-9380  Fax 318-686-9389
Steve and Esther Napier
Description of Work Our family will be working with Global Theological Seminary in, who works to provide practical and theological training for national pastors from, as well as from Kenya, Sudan, Congo, and Rwanda.  This college for national pastors does a job providing solid theological training, but currently has no program preparing these leaders to deal with the younger generation.  Our role will be to establish youth and children's ministry courses into the required curriculum for the students at Global Theological seminary and then to partner with these new national pastors following their graduation to assist them in developing effective ministries to the masses of youth across Uganda.  Our Passion is to see national pastors equipped to plant and lead thriving and reproducing churches that will evangelize and disciple the people of East Africa.

HopeAlive268 has been supporting 32 orphans, ranging from the ages of birth to five years of age, since we came back from Swaziland in October. We send money monthly to cover the cost of food which gives them one meal and a Bible story each day. That number has jumped to 38 in the past month and looks to be rising in the coming months as word spreads that Siteki is a stable care point thanks to the generosity of people like YOU.

Threads of hope

Al Barrett and his wife were on the first leg of a mission trip to Tanzania and Kenya in 1998.  Seated next to Al was a Jewish man who happened to be a Lawyer from Detroit.  Before he left the plane in Detroit he reached into his wallet, gave Al some money, and said, "Put this where it will sow in the Kingdom of God".  With the money, Al bought the first sewing machine for a tribe near Mount Kilimanjaro called the Chagga people.  The Jewish man told Al he was being led by the Holy Spirit to give a donation.
That seed money has now grown to a mountain of donated thread, materials, and sewing machines.  Approximately $80,000 worth of thread alone and hundreds and hundreds of sewing machines, both electric and foot petal, have been donated.  Now the promise of free fabric has come.  We have been praying and believing that God would reveal where and who will receive it.  Now it is unfolding.