120 MILLION HOMES IN THE UNITED STATES BY 2027
I in them, and You in Me; that they may be made perfect in one, and that the world may
know that You have sent Me, and have loved them as You have loved Me. John 17:23
SATURATE USA is a God-sized vision to take the love of the Gospel to 120 million households by the end of 2027. The hope is to spark true repentance and revival in our beloved country. Please share this vision with your friends and colleagues so that they can join this exciting movement.
North Central Baptist Association has adopted Saturate USA as a local mission outreach. There are 13,316 homes in the zip codes of our area churches. We are excited to go out and connect these homes to the Gospel.
Our association has been blessed to have the opportunity to share in ministry services at the Jimmie Davis State Park. One is a Sunday morning devotion from 9 to 9:30 am for the months of April through October. Summer day camps are held in June and July.
The park has provided an uncovered site for this time each Sunday, and we are very grateful for that. Our association has voted to start the process in acquiring approval from the state to build a 20x30 covered pavillion to conduct our ministry services. We feel this covered area would certainly contribute to an increase in attendance during times the weather is uncooperative.
Please be in prayer for this project to move forward smoothly as we minister to the families and individuals who visit the park each year.
jimmie davis state park
Trinity Baptist Church, Winnfield, and "Reaching Forward Ministries" have taken on the mission of Feeding 5000. When Christ looked over the crowd of people, He was moved with compassion and told His followers to feed those who were hungry. Sadly, hunger issues are here in the United States and right here at home. 1 in 6 Americans, 1 in 4 children, and 23% of our senior citizens are hungry.
Reaching Forward Ministries meet once a month on a Saturday at the church to prepare food to take out into the community. Bro. Bobby Bates, pastor, has said they will continue to do this until 5000 individuals have been fed by this congregation.
Our association adopted Old Union Baptist Church as a “MISSIONS HERE AT HOME” project. The church suffered tremendous structural damage at the hands of Hurricane Laura. Their kitchen and fellowship hall were completely decimated. All supplies were provided by the church. They were in need of helping hands.
Under the leadership of Bro. Monty Huckaby, our Missions Development Director, volunteers from some of our churches began working to restore the damages. The volunteers started on November 1, 2020 at 7 am each morning and worked into the afternoon. Also, several of our churches provided meals each day to the volunteers.
After many weeks, Old Union members were able to resume worshipping our Lord in their renovated facilities.