Our heartbeat is to take the Gospel not only to our community, but to our nation and to our world. It is a privilege of every follower of Christ and of every church to make disciples of all nations.

"For everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved. But how can they call on Him they have not believed in? And how can they believe without hearing about Him? And how can they hear without a preacher? And how can they preach unless they are sent? As it is written: How beautiful are the feet of those who announce the gospel of good things!" Romans 10:13-15

CLICK HERE for a list of our current Missions Partners


The Great Commission in Matthew 28 not only refers to serving in other states and other countries, but here in our own backyard as well. We are a church that desires to serve the River Valley through our on-campus food pantry, disaster relief, block parties, fall carnivals, community blitzes, Chamber of Commerce, and local 5ks.

Coming Up

East Side Food Pantry

Every Thursday from 9-11am in the Connection Center

For an appointment, call 479-452-1481.


Arkansas Baptists are the partners and prayer warriors behind new church works; the volunteers behind the Acts 1:8 One Day Mission Trip, Christian Men & Women's Job Corps, Disaster Relief, and international student outreach; the mentors behind E4Call student summer internships; and much more.


In September, we give towards the Dixie Jackson state missions offering. Dixie Jackson, the missionary for whom the offering is named, devoted her life to fulfilling God's mission and involving others in that mission all year long. 


Through the North American Mission Board, we are strategically partnered with our own Ray & Abbi Peoples as they come alongside a new church plant, New City Church, in Kansas City.

As a local church, we also support Jonathan & Emely De La O with Starting Point Community Church to help spread the Gospel in the greater Chicago area!


We are currently partnered with workers on the field in East Asia or China, to be more specific.

China has more cities with a population over 1 million than any other country in the world. While China is considered the world's largest atheist country, about two-thirds of its people engage in some religious practice each year, mostly Buddhism or folk religion (ancestor worship).

As a local body, we are partnered in praying with these workers among the Northern Hills Z people in Baytown. We pray for this people group, that the Gospel would advance and Jesus would be introduced in the "Peace District."