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"Go and make disciples of all the nations..." (Matt 28:19)

"Going" can be scary. "Going" can be difficult. But at NEBC, we believe that "going" is a crucial part of our mission!

Whether providing financial support to missionaries, partnering with overseas missions organizations, or raising up and sending short-term and long-term missionaries, our focus is reaching the world for Christ!

NEBC supports a variety of missionaries and missions organizations worldwide, in places such as:


North Africa



South Asia



For more information on global compassion at Northeast contact us HERE.

Ken and Chyrl Mullins

Wycliffe Bible Translators to Thailand

Originally out of Northeast Bible Church the Mullins will be going to Thailand in July 2014. Chyrl will be a special education teacher at a International school there while Ken will serve as an Wycliffe IT guy.

Prayer needed: for son Xander's passport and family visas.

for a furnished house in Chiang Mai.

for renters for their house in Cedar Hill, TX.

for Ken as he trains his replacement in Dallas.

Contact Ken HERE or Chryl HERE

Jay and Erica Saliceti

CRU Missionaries in the San Antonio area

Jay and Erica Saliceti, CRU Missionaries in the San Antonio area

Jay and Erica work with local college students at UTSA and other colleges. They work through student volunteers at colleges, training them to lead student Bible studies.

Needs: for volunteers to help them and for a volunteer to develop the CRU program at Northeast Lakeview College in Universal City.

Prayer needs: For their son Asher's healing after surgery

To joyfully live by faith

For upcoming summer programs

Contact them HERE

Carlos and Meredith Block


The Blocks are currently in the US and will be visiting our church March 16. Be sure to find and welcome them. Call the church if interested in getting together with them as a family or as a Life Group.

We are transitioning from church planting in Tarma to jungle ministry with the Yanesha people. They number about 14,000 and have the New Testament in their language, but are now mostly bilingual or Spanish speakers. They have church associations but no access to Bible training.

We hope to provide them with 4 years of an accessible modular seminary to strengthen them, their families, and the Yanesha church. At the same time we want to address physical needs and work together with them to find the best ways to do so (ie: water filters).

Contact them HERE