International Missions Partners

Renassiance Church Montreal


International Mission Board


Renaissance Church is located in Little Burgundy, a diverse neighborhood of nearly 10,000 people in Montreal, Quebec.  In 2014, we began meeting for prayer and Bible Study once a month.  In January 2015, we began our weekly gatherings, and since then we have been a church committed to sharing the Gospel in everyday contexts and sharing our lives with others.

Since its beginning, IMB has had one goal: bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost peoples of the world. At the first Southern Baptist Convention in 1845, the Foreign Mission Board (FMB) was founded as part of “one sacred effort, for the propagation of the gospel.” Southern Baptist churches believed that by working cooperatively, they could accomplish more for God’s kingdom. That belief still stands strong today.

Mountain Calling Ministries


Empower One


Mountain Calling Ministries is a nonprofit ministry that shares Jesus, grows Christians and plants reproducing churches among the unreached people of Southeast Asia.

Empowerment is at the very core of our strategy. We believe our African partners are far more effective disciple makers, church planters, bible school teachers, missionaries and elementary school teachers than we would be in Africa.

Compassion International


Project Hope


Jesus is the core of our ministry and his life and teachings shape our programs, reflect the spiritual commitments of our staff, and guide how we love people, respect communities and cooperate with nations.

Founded in 1958, Project HOPE is a renowned global health and humanitarian relief organization. Our lifesaving work addresses the world’s greatest public health challenges, transforming lives and uplifting communities.

Project Living Hope



Manuel & Martha Estebane


At Project Living Hope, we strive to work alongside the Haitian leaders and community. We want to foster relationships where we can listen to one another and share our ideas, goals, and dreams. We believe that Haitians have the capacity and potential to build up Haiti to be sustainable and strong. Therefore, our methods focus on empowering nationals rather than doing the work ourselves.

God moved Pastor Estebanè and his family to Lee`s Summit, Missouri, to establish a Hispanic Ministry at Lee’s Summit Baptist Temple (LSBT) for four years, while working at Lenexa Baptist Church in the Hispanic Ministry. In December of 2005, the Iglesia Bautista del Valle in Juarez, Mexico was left without a Pastor. After much careful prayer and consideration, Manuel offered himself as a candidate for the pastorate of the church.