01 Aug

Toy Store Ministry

The NSRBA Toy Store Ministry has been around for 20+ years. This ministry is for association churches to reach out to families in their church and surrounding community that have needs for their children for Christmas. All toys and gift cards are given by the churches of the association. In 2017, the New South River Baptist Association was able to help out 66 families, with 170 children. 14 churches were involved, along with 38 volunteers and 5 pastors. There were...

01 Jul

School Supplies Ministry

School Supplies Application Click Here   New South River Baptist Association and their partner churches start gathering school supplies in July prior to the upcoming school year. The churches either drop off various items on the school supply list and/or book bags to pack the bags with. Each book bag is easily valued at +$50 for each child. A devotional is included in each book bag with supplies. Applicants from the association churches fill out applications that are signed...

01 Apr

Migrant Farmer Health Kits

Health kits are made for migrant farm workers year-round, but are generally passed out to the migrant farm workers from April – September of each year. Currently, Clement Baptist Church and Beaver Dam Baptist Church collect these kits to take out to the workers while working in the fields. Each kit is provided with toiletry needs to last about 2 weeks along with a Spanish Bible or Christian tract enclosed. Churches of the association put this kits together and deliver...

01 Jan

Sower Bag Ministry

The Sower Bag Ministry was introduced at a New South River Baptist Association Messenger Meeting on July 18, 2017 by Dr. Randy White, Executive Director. It is a plastic bag filled with items that let a person in need know that we care for both their physical needs, but more importantly their spiritual need. The churches of the association collect the items that go into the “Sower Bags” and them bring them to the NSRBA Resource Center where a bottled...

01 Jan

Beatitude House Ministry

The Beatitude House Ministry, a New South River Baptist Association sponsored ministry, engages our vision of “A Hand Up and Not a Hand Out” ministry. This ministry seeks to minister to the spiritual needs of individuals and families by helping them to meet their physical needs of food, clothing and household goods. The Beatitude House is “One Ministry that serves two (2) locations.” Each location is unique in the ministry that it provides to those of that area, yet both...

27 Dec

We Care Bear Ministry

Dr. Randy White, Executive Director, introduced this program in 1995. Dr. White, pastor of Trinity Baptist Church at the time, made a special presentation to Gwen Yeager and David Sessoms from the Fayetteville Police Department. Rev. White said “They counsel children who have been abused. This program is called the “We Care Bear Program” and each child is given a bear to cuddle and take home with them.” He brought the program to New South River Baptist Association as the...