LBC supports Eric Reiber as he leads the New Life Campus Ministry at Penn State University. New Life exists to make Christ followers through connecting PSU students to a network of small groups who love God and love others with their head, heart, and hands.
"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth." Acts 1:8
We strive to “Share Christ with the World” everywhere we go. By “share,” we mean giving away something we know we can never lose: the joy of knowing Christ through faith. Sharing Christ begins here, in St. Mary’s County, with our neighbors, coworkers, family, and friends. We also seek to share Christ throughout our region, this great nation, and in several parts of the globe. We do this through strategic missions partnerships with church planters and local congregations who are also working to share Christ with their part of the world.
Offers support to women who are facing an unplanned pregnancy. LBC supports CareNet financially through our budget. We also encourage members to work as volunteers with CareNet as they are led by the Lord.
A Bible-centered organization composed of born-again believers whose purpose is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to establish (disciple) them in the Word of God and in a local church for Christian living.
CEF has many different ministries for children, but the primary ones are the Good News Club and the 5-Day Club.
LBC financially supports our local CEF chapter and we sponsor two Good News Clubs held in area elementary schools (Leonardtown ES and Duke ES).
A campus ministry that ministers and witnesses to students and faculty on college campuses around the country. There are two chapters of Intervarsity in the Southern Maryland area: College of Southern Maryland (Leonardtown Campus) and St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
LBC financially supports the CSM Intervarsity Chapter and we encourage LBC members to participate in it (especially if they are CSM or St. Mary’s College students).
An association of Southern Baptist Churches in the Southern Maryland region that work together in the mission field.
Began in 2010 as a church plant of LBC known as Leonardtown Baptist Church Callaway Campus. In 2015, they were launched as their own autonomous congregation. Meeting at King’s Christian academy in Callaway, MD, Leonardtown Baptist and Redeeming Grace Baptist continue to partner together in various gospel endeavors.
A campus ministry that ministers and witnesses to students on middle school and high school campuses around the country. Its mission is to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and to help them grow in their faith.
LBC financially supports Young Life of St. Mary’s County and we encourage LBC members to participate (especially if they are students at local middle schools and high schools where YL Clubs are based).
A missions organization consisting of over 500 churches in the Maryland and Delaware area that aims to start and strengthen congregations.
Ministering to military kids for almost 50 years.
Although military kids walk the same school hallways as other teens, they live in a much different world. For them, being called a military “brat” is like being called a “brother” or “friend.” Military brats attend four to as many as six different schools between sixth grade and their senior year. Young Life Military walks the halls with military teens and their families to help them face the unique and challenging aspects of military life.
Kevin and Kelley Burgess began serving with Young Life Military in 2012. Before that they served St. Mary’s County with the local Young Life ministry. Today they minister to military families in Anchorage, Alaska.
North America’s needs are great. Children go hungry. Neighborhoods become disaster zones after storms. Entire communities have no church presence and no one to tell them about the hope found in Christ.
It doesn’t have to be this way; God has a plan to reach North America: the Church. The Church feeds neighbors in need. The Church removes storm debris. The Church establishes new churches in areas with no gospel presence. The North American Mission Board (NAMB) is here to help.
We help equip churches to be on mission in their own communities and across the continent. Through compassion ministry, church planting, chaplaincy and disaster relief, we help congregations go to the lost and hurting.
A new church plant located in Twin Falls, Idaho. They desire to be a church that is bridging relationships through the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. As such it is their mission to make disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ for the glory of God and the flourishing of all people.
IMB partners with churches to empower limitless missionary teams who are evangelizing, discipling, planting, and multiplying healthy churches, and training leaders among unreached peoples and places for the glory of God.
Good News Church – Chisinau, Moldova
Moldova is a former Soviet Republic in Eastern Europe nestled between Ukraine and Romania just off the Black Sea. It celebrated 25 years of independence in 2016. LBC has partnered with Good News Church in the capital of Chisinau since 2010. Our goal in Moldova is to reclaim the Gospel and to reach the next generation with the love of Christ.
Primarily, we do this through teaching English in various settings from public school classrooms to day camps to Bible studies. Most of our work is with children and teenagers as we assist Good News Church with church planting and community outreach. Our partners in Moldova use soccer, taekwondo, computer classes, and English classes to share the Gospel with everyone.