The purpose of Open Door Baptist Missions is to promote the work of Christ in regions that have been closed to the gospel or that presently have little or no gospel witness. We strive to accomplish this task while the Lord has set before us an open door (Revelation 3:8). This is done through the collective support of local churches.
We stand ready to help fundamental, Bible-believing churches place their missionary candidates on the field of God’s call. It is our desire to give the Gospel to those who have never heard.
We endeavor to partner with those who are already laboring in the harvest fields and help train those who will be the leaders of tomorrow.
Monthly Missionary Updates
►Emile & Dianne Barrouk have a ministry in the Middle East to many who need someone to talk with, who cares and is attentive and yet someone who is trustworthy and will maintain confidentiality. They are praising the Lord for the new job for co-worker, Dr. Salem. He is in charge of a large facility for the elderly. Pray for Salem as he ministers to some patients facing satanic oppression.
► After 10 years in Arizona, Ted & Cathy Perry believe the Lord will be moving them on to another ministry shortly. Pray for a younger couple or family to join the ministry and take their place. Recently the church has provided a dozen Bibles and study literature for use at the correctional facility and juvenile detention center. A branch ministry of the church has been started by one of their deacons.
From the Director
If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. (II Chron. 7:14) As there was a need for Israel, there is a great need for American believers to pray for spiritual healing. Evil seems to surround us. The disrespect for law enforcement, the murder of 53 million babies from 1973-2011, the despicable acts of Planned Parenthood, and the number of closures of seminary schools from 1987 is alarming. Our nation has lost its first love. We desperately need God’s help. His ears are attentive, as promised, to forgive our sins and heal our land. We need to pray and seek His face, which means setting time aside for our Lord from our busy schedule. We must do this, if we are to survive as a nation.
Kim-Axel Kuhr, Assistant Director