The ministries listed below may receive our financial support (through our annual budget), volunteer support, or congregational participation at various levels. Simply click the ministry name if you’d like to know more about them.
The Baptist General Convention of Texas or, Texas Baptists, is a group of churches that pool their resources in order to more effectively proclaim the Gospel and the care for the poor. Through monthly contributions, FBC Frisco supports church-plants, seminaries, and mission work. Learn more.
The North American Mission Board (NAMB) exists to work with churches, associations and state conventions in mobilizing Southern Baptists as a missional-force to impact North America with the gospel of Jesus Christ through evangelism and church planting. Learn more.
Bill Glass Prison Ministry
Champions for Life supports both adult and juvenile ministry efforts for the incarcerated in Texas. Ministry opportunities include regular visits to various units in Bonham TX, DFW youth day and the Weekend of Champions. Volunteers generally spend a day or two at a specific unit, encouraging and sharing the Gospel with inmates. Learn more.
Collin Baptist Association
The Collin Baptist Association (CBA) is supported by Baptist churches in Collin County. CBA helps churches remain effective in all aspects of ministry by developing strategies, providing resources, equipping leaders and strengthening staffs. Learn more.
S. Baptist Convention
The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) is a national network of more than 45,000 churches and church-type missions with nearly sixteen million members, who worship in more than two dozen languages each week across the United States and its territories. Southern Baptists provide direct support for almost 10,000 individuals who serve across the nation and around the world in direct ministry as the hands and feet of Jesus Christ, ministering to at least 377 people groups in 153 countries, many of whom have little access to the Gospel in their native language. Southern Baptists also provide ministerial training and education for more than 16,000 students through their six theological seminaries. Learn more.