Field Street Baptist Church is very active in all levels of missions and certainly, International missionary efforts are an important emphasis each Christmas season year after year our church participates in the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering.
Let me invite you to hit play and watch an informative video about the upcoming event here at Field Street Baptist Church
Who was Lottie Moon
Lottie Moon was a devoted missionary originally from Virginia who literally worked herself to death in an effort to minister to her starving Chinese people. She died aboard a ship in a Japanese Harbor on Christmas Eve in 1912. Lottie Moon wrote consistently to the states asking and begging for support both in money and in people. That’s why our International Mission efforts is named in honor of this devoted woman and the total amount of money collected goes directly to International missionaries serving across the globe.
Who is Dr. Rebekah Naylor?
A modern-day missionary with the heart of Lottie Moon is Dr. Rebecca Naylor. Dr. Naylor will be joining us on Sunday, December 13th to share with us the importance of missions and to inform us about the opportunities to join with other Southern Baptists to take the gospel to the ends of the Earth.
Dr. Naylor is a graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and she spent over 35 years serving with the Bangalore Baptist Hospital in Bangalore India as a Surgeon, Chief of Medical Staff, Administrator Medical Superintendent, and an Associate Medical Superintendent During that time, she helped plant churches all across India. Dr. Naylor recently received the name of First Female named a Distinguished Professor at Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth.
I’m excited to have a powerful figure like Dr. Naylor to come and share in our church about a cause that’s very important to us all. Make plans to join us Sunday, December 13th at 6:00 p.m. For the miracle of Christmas. And Dr. Rebecca Naylor at Field Street Baptist Church