Mission and Evangelism

Ministry Area: Mission and Evangelism
Ministry Area: Mission and Evangelism

Compelled by the Great Commission, we lead with a passionate commitment to Gospel witness in every context and people group, foster multidirectional partnerships that connect individuals and churches, and encourage global mission and evangelism. 

Primary Ministry Programs

  • Baptist Fund for World Evangelism and Mission (BFWED) Grants
    These grants, usually with a maximum amount of $2,000 USD, are distributed to empower Baptist conventions, unions, and churches to engage in evangelistic ministry in their communities.
  • BWA Kowloon International Baptist Church Evangelism Award
    Presented at each Congress to recognize a Baptist congregation effectively uniting evangelism and discipleship and actively engaging in innovative approaches to share the Gospel in culturally appropriate ways.
  • BWA Missions Network
    In Development Now – more details to come!

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Relevant Commissions
  • Commission on Evangelism

  • Commission on Mission

Following an extensive global search, the Baptist World Alliance has appointed Rev. Everton Jackson to serve as Director of Integral Mission (DIM). In this new executive level position, Jackson will focus on the BWA’s core ministry area of evangelism and mission while providing administrative oversight and leadership in the areas of religious freedom, human rights, and justice as well as theological reflection and transformational leadership. Jackson began his new role on July 1, 2020.

In the featured video, he shares about his new role and the centrality of mission and evangelism in God’s global work. 

Over the last year, the BWA…



Resourced open-air evangelistic gatherings in South Sudan that resulted in more than 200 professions of faith


Supported Venezualan missionaries who planted 32 churches even in the midst of a nationwide financial crisis


Helped fund ministry efforts at the Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya to evangelize and disciple 500 youth refugees