We believe that a healthy pursuit of our vision involves community partnerships. One way of better connecting with our communities is through school partnerships. If you are interested in being a part of this connection, you may contact Lynn Phillips at email@example.com .
We believe that a healthy pursuit of our vision involves connecting with people groups. To increase sensitivity in connecting and identifying with local people groups as well as to deepen our passion for being the hands and feet of Jesus to others, we have voted to adopt the "M" People Group of Brazil. Contact Troy Varnum at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you are interested in helping to connect with our Hispanic population, contact Troy Varnum @ email@example.com.
The NWCBA has a rich history of work with students on our local college campuses. This ministry is now known as Collide. Contact Alex Gentili firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information. Collide meets every Thursday, 7:00 p.m. at The Wreck (next to Emerald Coast Fellowship, 4102 Highway 390, Lynn Haven).
Florida Baptist Children’s Homes (FBCH):
NWCBA has a partnership with FBCH and has a representative at our office. For information regarding the ministries of the FBCH, contact Emily Fidler, Family Support Counselor at Emily.Fidler@fbchomes.org
Understanding where we live is so important in engaging one’s community. We can help our network’s partners in the understanding. For a demographic consultation, contact Troy Varnum at email@example.com
Builders for Christ:
This is a national ministry that helps churches across the US construct church sites with volunteer labor. If you are interested, contact Frank Sheets at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disaster Relief (DR):
The NWCBA is greatly involved in the ministry of engaging people in difficult circumstances. Volunteers in this ministry need to go through training in order to receive necessary credentials.
Every volunteer must have a background check. Please see the Florida Baptist Disaster Relief web page at www.flbaptistdisaster.org for the details.
If you are interested contact email@example.com
Ken Kraich, Director of the Fishers Of Men Seaport Ministry will serve as Director of the local Seaport Ministry. Ken serves at the port in Alabama, Since the two ports serve the same ships, Ken knows about our port, the ships coming, and knows how to minister to the crew working on each ship.
The goal of this ministry is to continue to operate at local ports, and engage international crews while their freight ships are in the Panama City area. For more information, contact Ken Kraich at 251-233-6221.
We have resources available to help you find your place of engagement with our community. For more information contact Phyllis Poland at firstname.lastname@example.org .