Day in and day out, the GARBC ministries are making a difference in churches around the world. Your help is critical in making this happen. This Giving Tuesday, make a donation to one of the GARBC ministries you are passionate about! The Christmas Giving Projects are great giving opportunities. Or consider donating to the often overlooked general fund of the GARBC. Each GARBC ministry has many more needs and projects that you can choose from to make a huge difference!
This Christmas adopt one of the GARBC Ministries for gift giving! By supporting one of the following projects, you, your family, and your church can further the gospel and build up believers in churches in the U.S.A. and around the world. For resources and more information on adopting a giving project, click on the opportunity that best fits your passion.
Activate Audio Legacy: The GARBC Resource Center contains archival materials from men who have provided our association with rich history and vast knowledge and wisdom. Their testimonies and teachings enrich our lives today and provide guidance for the future. Due to the limited access of these reel-to-reel audio materials, the GARBC would like to make these archives available on the Internet.
Build a Tanzanian School: Eight church plants affiliated with the Holy Baptists Independent Churches of Africa started a Christian school. Only one of the classes can meet in a building. The rest have to meet outside under a mango tree, so they are unable to learn during the rainy season. This school is in desperate need of a church building.
Encourage Chaplains: Supply valuable Biblical resources for chaplains as they are on active duty.
Help a Church . . . Your Way: Offer assistance to local churches. Pick a project from the numerous ways Baptist Builders Club helps churches across the U.S.
Sponsor Books: Regular Baptist Books, a line of products from RBP, articulates Regular Baptist beliefs as a unified, systematic body of theology and practice. These books are critical for securing the doctrine of our leaders for future generations. Since these books have a high academic nature and limited market for sales, they are costly to produce. In order for these critical books to be developed and sold, they must be subsidized.