Dale & Christa Puckett Dale was our youth leader prior to joining with New International. Dale and Christa travel the world and are excited to proclaim Christ and make disciples globally with YouthHOPE and New International.
The Annie Armstrong Easter Offering (AAEO) is the primary way we support mission efforts in North America. One hundred percent of gifts given to AAEO are used to support Southern Baptist missionaries serving across the United States and Canada.
The EMA was established to facilitate communication and fellowship among fellow ministers in the Edgewood School district, to work together in a cooperative effort for the good of the schools and community. Each year the EMA gives out one scholarship to an Edgewood Senior exhibiting exemplary Christian values.
Each year we pick a mission emphasis for our VBS and all donations go to this organization/missionary. More details will come later.
Edgewood Ministerial Association
The Edgewood Ministerial Association (EMA) exists so our faith community can come together to minister to the Edgewood School District families. THERE IS ONE BODY AND ONE SPIRIT, JUST AS YOU WERE CALLED TO ONE HOPE WHEN YOU WERE CALLED; EPHESIANS 4:4
Mission:Dignity helps more than 2,400 individuals every year with extra money needed for housing, food and vital medications. It also ensures a well-deserved dignity, independence and, often, the ability to continue serving the Lord.
One week each year is set apart to celebrate mission work in Ohio and to collect the Ray Roberts State Mission Offering. 100% of all funds collected are provided to missions and ministries right here in Ohio!
Southwestern Baptist Association exists to be your local mission partner in southwestern Ohio to multiply and mature disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ locally and globally to the Glory of God by strengthening and starting Southern Baptist Churches through Resourcing, Equipping, and Networking.
The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering® is an annual offering collected by Southern Baptists to support international missions. The offering was officially named in 1918 by Woman’s Missionary Union in honor of the missionary to China who urged churches to start it and give sacrificially.