missions giving

SKYLINE BAPTIST CHURCH contributes to a number of organizations and missionaries. 

The logos below represent a few of those we support.  

Click on each logo to visit the corresponding website.

  • tri county baptist association

    Tri-County Baptist Association is a family of over 60 Southern Baptist churches in the beautiful Ozark highlands of southwestern Missouri. We are churches--small and large, contemporary and traditional--working together to extend the Kingdom of God. 

  • North American Mission Board

    The North American Mission Board exists to work with churches, associations and state conventions in mobilizing Southern Baptists as a missional force to impact North America with the gospel of Jesus Christ through evangelism and church planting.

  • International mission board

    As a part of the Southern Baptist Convention, IMB joins together with more than 45,000 cooperating churches in the common purpose of making disciples and multiplying churches.

  • cooperative program

    The Cooperative Program is Southern Baptists' unified plan of giving through which cooperating Southern Baptist churches give a percentage of their undesignated receipts in support of their respective state convention and the Southern Baptist Convention missions and ministries.

  • new tribes mission

    Of the world's 6,500 people groups, 2,500 are still unreached.  New Tribes Mission helps local churches train, coordinate and send missionaries to these tribes.

  • the gideons international

    We are a body of believers dedicated to making the Word of God available to everyone and, together with the local church, reaching souls for Christ.  We exist as an advocate for the lost, to bring them the saving knowledge of the Word through not only placing and distributing Scriptures, but also through personal witnessing and by associating together for service.

  • the voice of the martyrs

    The Voice of the Martyrs is a non-profit, inter-denominational Christian organization dedicated to assisting our persecuted family worldwide.  VOM was founded in 1967 by Pastor Richard Wurmbrand, who was imprisoned 14 years in Communist Romania for his faith in Christ.  After his release, he traveled throughout the US spreading the message of the atrocities that Christians face in restricted nations, while establishing a network to help those that are currently being persecuted for their faith.