North American Missions


NAMB (North American Mission Board)

The NAMB (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. First Baptist Church of Cambridge supports the NAMB through contributions including the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering.

NAMB News is updated on a regular basis to keep us informed of activities and needs in the North American missions field.


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Annie Armstrong Easter Offering®Annie Armstrong Easter Offering Logo

Each year as Easter approaches, we join other Southern Baptist Churches in supporting North American missions through the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering®. The Annie Armstrong Easter Offering® is much more than an offering envelope and an annual missions-giving emphasis. When people give to the offering, 100 percent of their gift will be transformed into missionary salaries and ministry supplies. Those missionaries and supplies will help others hear the message of Christ and respond in faith to His offer of salvation. Time and again our missionaries relate how the offering is their lifeblood. They know that behind each penny given, there is a Southern Baptist who believes in what they do and are affirming the need to equip them to share the gospel with those who need a Savior.

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Mission Trips



Donna Engle traveled with a mission team to Sandy Valley, Nevada. June 26 thru July 7. 2012. Sandy Valley is 2 ½ hours and a world away from Las Vegas. In contrast to the lights and glitter of Las Vegas the Valley is a small community in the desert. It is situated on a dry desert lake bed, surrounded by mountains. Sandy Valley Baptist Church is a very small struggling church trying to spread the gospel to the residents there.

The mission team was led by Pastor Bill Horner (formally pastor of FBC Princess Anne), and now Campbell County Missions Director in Tennessee.

The team conducted VBS in the morning (outside under a canopy), visitations in the afternoon and revival in the evenings. On July 4th Sandy Valley had a parade and the youth made a float and participated in the parade. One evening a family picnic was provided at the church for all kids, youth, adults and their families.

Praise God, for those saved during that week! The team is praying about their return to Sandy Valley in 2013.