Partnerships Around the World

Featured above are a number of photos taken while on mission abroad.



Medical Missions –Working with an IMB missionary doctor in reaching villages for the Lord through meeting both medical and spiritual needs.

English Camps – Sharing God’s love and building relationships through leading English camps by teaching English, crafts, sports, games, and songs.

Children’s Ministry – Ministering to children in schools-type settings by teaching stories in English, crafts, games, and songs.



Acuna, Mexico Spring Break Partnership

Spring Break, March 7-12, 2020

We will work again with the El Templo Sendero de Amor (Path of Love Church) and Alejandro and Alma Rosa. We plan to conduct Bible School for the children, discipleship and evangelism ministries, revival services (preaching, drama, music), as well as our construction project to complete the interior of the second story addition. We will be working with Ambler Mexican and Shining Star and hope to open up other ministry opportunities together. Pray for God's continued leading and for His will to be accomplished.

Navajo Partnership

Tuba City, Arizona, July 17-26, 2020

Mike Campbell, whom we partnered with in Russia, is now serving in Arizona among the Navajo. He has invited our church to partner with Burton Baptist Church in Arizona and Jesse Billy, aNative Church Planter. We will do construction repairs on a new church plant and parsonage, conduct a VBS, host discipleship classes, and participate in many other outreach ministries. A Hospitality team is needed to cook meals and minister to the team members.


Canada Partnership

Canada, July 1-7, 2020

Join us as we continue our partnership with Pastor King Lo and the Chinese Christian Gospel Church to conduct a family camp.  Help is needed as we work with the youth and children while the adults are in their discipleship training.  



M.O.B. (Ministry Outside the Box) - M.O.B. is one way we fulfill the Great Commandments and Commission of Jesus Christ. During these opportunities our youth leave church grounds and take our ministry out into the community. Here we invite others to participate with us in worship, service, fellowship, and more. We also use this time to love others through acts of service. This not only spreads the love and gospel of Jesus Christ but helps teach our youth how to be the hands and feet of Christ.

Located on the same block as the church, we are often engaged in local mission opportunities with/through the Abilene Baptist Association (ABA). The purpose of the ABA is to assist member churches individually and cooperatively in carrying out the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. Our very own pastor, Mike Woodard, is on the leadership team of the ABA as it seeks to fulfill this mission and purpose. If you'd like to learn more about what the ABA is doing or will be doing in the future, check out their website by clicking here or stop by their office at 2058 Marshall Street here in Abilene for more info!


Do you want to change the way your life is going? Learn more about what the Christian Women's Job Corps can do for you at


CWJC provides Christians with an effective, deliberate ministry. There are many ways you can volunteer to make a significant difference in the lives of others.


With your financial and in-kind gifts, CWJC offers healthy and positive relationships, a move from dependency to self-sufficiency, spiritual encouragement and more.

The Abilene Baptist Social Ministries Food Pantry is a ministry that we support continuously at Southwest Park. The Food Pantry provides those in need with food and clothing. The ministry is located at Pioneer Drive Baptist Church at 618 S Pioneer Drive here in Abilene and presently, help is available only to walk-ins during the following hours: Tuesday through Thursday from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm and additionally on Thursday from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm. Intake requirements are that any person or persons provide Social Security card(s) and/or valid identification. Those making use of the Food Pantry may visit once every 60 days.

The Kairos Prison Ministry is an outreach and evangelism ministry to lost souls in our very own community. They may not live in our neighborhoods, but the inmates of our area live a stones throw away at Robertson. The Kairos ministry goes into prisons like Robertson and shares the Gospel of Jesus Christ to folks who are often forgotten or given up on. If you're interested in being apart of this ministry, contact the church office and we'll put you in contact with the leader of this ministry at Southwest Park, Melvin Dudley. The video below is a testament to the ministry that Kairos does year in and year out.