Our SEND Team focuses on sending missionaries.
- Seeking God's heart for your church's role in missions
- Teaching and Preaching the Biblical Basis for Sending
- Connecting with missionaries for prayer
- Enlist leaders to form an Acts 1:8 Team
- Designing a strategy for local and global impact
- Explore Mission Opportunities Locally
- Join a Vision Tour through your Association or Convention
- Prepare the Church to Share the Hope of the Gospel
- Invite Missionaries to Speak and Train Volunteers
- Commission and Send Mission Teams
- Celebrate the Ways God is Working
- Debrief Teams when They Return
- Invite Other Churches to Join You
Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?” And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”
What is the Palmetto Collective?
The Palmetto Collective is for college juniors and seniors who are passionate about sharing the Gospel. Through Palmetto Collective, students study the Bible, meet with ministry mentors, participate in leadership retreats, and serve on mission trips around the world.
What is the Finish Inititative?
God is bringing the nations to our cities, towns, and neighborhoods. With over 250,000 foreign-born in our state, the FINISH initiative is one way we assist churches to engage unreached people groups that live in South Carolina.
South Carolina Baptist Conference of the Deaf
The South Carolina Baptist Conference of the Deaf proudly ministers to and represents the Southern Baptist Conference of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing people in South Carolina. The SCBCD is affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention.
The Deaf and Hard of Hearing people are a unique, vibrant, and active group with their own language and culture. Cultural Deaf people typically communicate receive information and express themselves most effectively in American Sign Language (ASL).
After this I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb. They were wearing white robes and were holding palm branches in their hands.