Senatobia Church understands that "kingdom" is something that extends far beyond our city limits, our state lines, or our national borders . We have been blessed by God to be involved in various missions throughout the world. For more information about our mission involvement check out our mission points and projects below. Contact: Tim Oglesby, Missions Deacon
The Senatobia church was instrumental in planting the Las Garzas church, northeast of Panama City. The church there is ably served by it's minister Jorge Valdes, a graduate of Baxter Institute. Panama is the destination for an ANNUAL MISSION TRIP for the Senatobia church, involving many students and adults from Senatobia and surrounding communities and states.
Contact: Tim Oglesby or Danny & Bonita Kopf
The Senatobia church supports the work of local minister Arnold Garcon in Haiti. Arnold visits with us periodically to gather supplies and needed items for the poor communities in which he works.
Contact: Calvin Seago
The Senatobia church supports work of the church in Poland through the Sopot Bible Institute. This evangelistic outreach offers free one-on-one Bible lessons in English. A specially prepared curriculum surveys the scriptures from Genesis though the Gospel of Luke. Molly and Annabelle Dawidow are continuing the work of their late husband and father, Mike Dawidow.
Contact: Tim Oglesby or Gail Tomlinson
Caleb & Fran Borchers live on the West Side of Providence, RI and have planted a church there called The Feast, devoted to inviting new people to God's table, particularly those who have thought there was no place for them (Luke 14). Caleb was born and raised in metropolitan Detroit, MI. Fran is from Lexington, KY. They met at Harding University, where they both studied youth ministry. Caleb earned his MDiv from Harding School of Theology. They have been in Rhode Island since 2010, actively planting in Providence since the Fall of 2012.
WBS is a correspondence program, that allows local helpers to interact with people across the globe, and guide them through a study of God's Word. Students participate on the internet or by mail. Study helpers exchange lessons with students, review their lesson answers and give them feedback, help them find scriptures to answer their personal questions, and make themselves available as prayer partners.
Contact: Gail Tomlinson
Located in Searcy, Arkansas, this is a multifaceted non-profit organization, dedicated to world evangelism. Directed by Eddie Cloer, a professor of Bible and preaching at Harding University, TFTWMS strives to faithfully teach the Holy Scriptures. The survival and spiritual growth of churches planted around the world depends greatly on the availability of printed Bible-study materials. The primary focus of Truth for Today World Mission School, a monthly publication called Truth for Today, is designed to address this need. Learn more HERE.
- Bible Institute of America
- Living Branches • John Coleman
- Magnolia Messenger
- Sunnybrook Children’s Home
- 21st Century Global Missions
- Bible Institute of America