At Border Buddies we are always trying to find ways to engage our community and educate them on how we can support the people we serve. Consider attending one of these events.
Michael wanted to share words of encouragement from Philippians 3:12-15 to encourage all of us to hang in there for
Impacting Those In Need
The primary focus of our ministry is to provide assistance:
- To help those from heading down a road that leads to prison
- To help those who are in prison not to make the same mistake
- To help those who leave prison to continue on to help their own community.
What good is it, dear brothers and sisters, if you say you have faith but don’t show it by your actions? Can that kind of faith save anyone?
JAMES 2:14 NLT
God’s Way and Purpose
How Can We Stop Those Entering In?
How Can You Help?
Minister to Prisoners and Gang Members
Exit of Prisoners
All About Us
learn about our mission
What We Are Doing ?
Medical mission trips provide short-term volunteer opportunities abroad for medical and dental professionals, as well as students, and non-medical volunteers with any level of experience.
Growing closer together with others of faith is important in strengthing your connection with others within and outside of the church congregation. Your mission outreach will help foster these groups.
Helping the people to develop a pathway to a better life by learning entrepreneurial skills by learning how to manage money, communicate and start small businesses.
Joining Hands To Help The Need Of Honduras
Some recent trip profiles
We have various on-going and short term projects where you can serve. Please prayfully consider joining an upcoming trip or donating to a project.
We Need Your Help!
When Mike and Glenda answered God’s call to become missionaries, they did so without having any mainline support, such as denominational or missions group support. Mike is a powerful speaker and an evangelist, and after speaking at numerous local churches, and to the many friends he made in the various ministries he was active in, they felt they had enough support to go to the “field”. They sold nearly everything they had, bought their tickets and moved lock, stock and barrel to Tegucigalpa in February 2004 all by themselves to begin life as full-time missionaries. Their only support is through family, friends, and others who have covenanted to help them in this work. Would you prayerfully consider supporting them, too?