To Know Christ...
...And To Make Him Known
Bloomer Baptist Church
Our fellowship of churches is structured by regions. We are a collection of several regions of churches who are bonded by common belief and church structure. Our region is known as CB North Central, or NCCBA.
We support our fellowship of churches, the Conservative Baptist Association of America, known as CBAmerica (CBA). At an organizational level, they exist to serve, resource, and represent the regional members. They are a covenantal fellowship of regional associations of Conservative Baptist churches.
The Rayburns are working to make Christ known right here in Wisconsin. Phil serves at Arrowhead Bible Camp in nearby New Auburn, WI. He works there as the director of maintenance. Phil helps to make sure Arrowhead is a fun and safe place for every camper. Michelle is a writer, speaker, and worship leader.
Brenda is a missionary to the Yanomami people in the Amazon rainforest of Brazil. She works there with New Tribes Missions providing basic needs like health care and education, as well as sharing the gospel. She originally served there with her parents, and although they have since retired, she is still working diligently to make Christ known to the Yanomami.
The Hackers serve with WorldVenture in Poland, working to plant churches and partnering with local evangelical ministries there to promote the spreading of the gospel. They have been serving in Poland since 1999. Currently Randy serves as the field coordinator for WorldVenture - Poland, where he helps train church planters.
Steve and Karen serve with Hellenic Ministries. Steve is the International & US Executive Director for HM. They are based in Wheaton, IL, but their ministry helps reach people in Greece through equipping and sending missionaries, as well as training and supporting native Greek evangelicals.
Eric & Madeline work with youth in the inner cities of St. Paul & Minneapolis. They seek to disciple youth through direct discipleship, "doing life together" with Life on Life Mentoring. They connect youth to churches, and ultimately to Jesus Christ. They are serving with the Bethlehem Urban Initiative.
Logan serves with InterVarsity on the UW-Eau Claire campus as a Campus Staff Minister. He equips students, including international students, to be effective missional Christians at college and beyond.
Antonino, or "Nonie," is the pastor of the Fundamental Independent Baptist Church of Tarlac in the village of San Manuel in the Phillipines. FIBCT has a vision to reach all of Tarlac City by planting 50 churches by the year 2020. FIBCT - San Manuel is one of these churches.
Harvest America is the church-planting ministry of Missions Door. They helped Bloomer Baptist Church get planted back in 1978, and today they continue to plant churches across America.
Arrowhead Bible Camp is located in nearby New Auburn, WI and has many connections to our congregation. Many teens from our youth group have attended their summer programs, and many families go to their family weekends. They proclaim the gospel through their camping ministry.
Tony & Mary Poulson are retired missionaries who we still support. They served with New Tribes Missions among the Yanomami people of Brazil for years and years. Now they have retired to Ohio where they enjoy being able to be surrounded by other believers. While they are adjusting to life back in the US, they are still active in working on teaching materials to be used among the Yanomami.
The Mutyas serve with Pag-Asa Bible Baptist Church in the Philippines. Welman is the pastor of the church, and the entire Mutya family is very heavily involved in serving the church. They started serving with Grace Mission Philippines, and taught at Grace Bible Academy before serving with Pag-Asa Bible Baptist Church.
Ben and Kristi are serving with Navigators in Burundi, Africa. Their ministry is focused on helping the local coffee farmers develop better farming practices and get better wages for their beans, all while proclaiming the gospel of Christ! Their coffee-washing project is called Long Miles Coffee Project.
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