Missionary Adoption Program

Connecting churches to local missionaries in other countries serving under Baptist entities, associations or conventions.

BOUNCE student missionary offerings go to support Missionary Adoption Program (MAP) missionaries for three years

by Meredith Poe on November 27, 2023 in Stories of Impact

Offerings generously given by BOUNCE student missionaries have gone to adopt three Missionary Adoption Program (MAP) missionaries in Uganda and Spain for three years.

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What is MAP?

The Missionary Adoption Program (MAP) exists to connect Texas Baptist Churches with churches, associations, and conventions in countries all over the world to jointly adopt local missionaries, native to those countries. These missionaries intentionally focus on evangelism, discipleship, church planting in their own context.

How to Join MAP

Texas Baptists believe through collaboration, we can take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to areas we would not be able to alone. By joining MAP, you and your church are assigned to a specific missionary, whom you can pray for, financially contribute to, and visit on the field to serve alongside. 100% of all the offerings you give to MAP go directly to support your missionary partner.

The Harvest

MAP serves missionaries worldwide. We currently have partnerships in South Asia (Nepal, Bangladesh, and India), Africa (Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Uganda), Brazil, Myanmar (Burma), Spain, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Canada, and the United States.

Coming Soon

We are diligently working with co-laborers in the following countries to expand our efforts:

  • El Salvador
  • Cuba

Noe Treviño

Director of MAP, Minister of Missions, Texas Baptist Missionaries

(361) 920-2481
noe.trevino[at]txb.org