Go therefore and make disciples of all nations.

Matthew 28:19

Local Missions We Support

Baptist Collegiate Ministries

There are over 50 directors, associates, and interns on 38 local campuses in Oklahoma that make Baptist Collegiate Ministries possible. Parkview supports BCM statewide by giving to the Cooperate program, but we also provide direct financial support to the local BCM Chapters. Another way that Parkview supports the BCM is through providing lunches for college students throughout the semester. Meals are coordinated and provided to the students who attend BCM at The University of Tulsa and Tulsa Community College.

Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma

Blessings International

The mission of the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma is to assist the local church to fulfill its Biblical mission and be a channel for cooperative ministry in Oklahoma, the nation and the world.  The ministry areas of the BGCO are supported through Parkview's gifts to the Cooperative Program.  To learn more about the BGCO please visit www.bgco.org.
Parkview  volunteers at Blessings International  once a month.  Blessings International is a non-profit organization whose mission is to alleviate suffering, provide medicines world-wide, and facilitating relationships to promote health.  For more details contact Anita Ross through the church office at (918) 494-3755.

Hope Pregnancy Center

Hope Pregnancy Center's goal is to educate women about their options for pregnancy and give the support needed to make positive, healthy decisions for the future. They offer free, confidential services, including: pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, decision help, abortion recovery and pregnancy support. Parkview partners with Hope through montary and volunteer support.

John 3:16 Mission

The John 3:16 Mission is a center of hope for people who need it most. Those involved with this project will minister to the guests of the Mission by serving dinner and participating in a worship service. Parkview serves a meal once a month at their downtown location.
For more information about this incredible ministry visit their website at John316mission.org.

Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children

Tulsa Metro Baptist Network

Every year the Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children puts on a Style Show to help provide clothes for the children as they begin the new school year.  Parkview participates in this outreach by encouraging members to attend this annual Style Show and by raising money to provide clothes for children in this program.
Learn more about this impactful ministry here.
The purpose of TMBN is to encourage, assist, and resource the unique, God-Given Vision of our Churches.  
The organization consists of two specific objectives known as The Mission Objective and the Administrative Objective.  The Mission Objective is composed of four church-related priorities which are supported by Priority Focus Teams. These four priorities, with corresponding teams, are: Planting new churches, strengthening existing congregations, developing leaders within the churches, both lay and clergy, and encouraging and supporting our church staff teams.
To find out more about the ministry and vision of the Tulsa Metro Baptist Network please visit their website at tmabc.org.

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National Missions

But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth. Acts 1:8

Support of the Cooperative Program through Parkview Baptist Church enables more 5200 missionaries in North America to live, work and evangelize in this part of the globe. In addition, our financial gifts help support six Southern Baptist seminaries educating over 16,000 future pastors, missionaries and religious leaders.
Below you will see some of the ways in which we are involved in our continent.
North American Mission Board
The North American Mission Board 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. They accomplish this through  Send North America, a national strategy for mobilizing churches to plant churches and mobilizing church planters and other missionaries to assist with those efforts. Parkview partners with the NAMB through the Southern Baptist cooperative program.

New York City

After 10 years of youth ministry, Jordan & Becky Sauceda felt the call to something new; through praying and fasting, the Saucedas felt that had God drawn them to the Bronx because of its diversity of nations that are represented and lack of gospel-centered churches. They are currently working on building a core team of members, researching the community, and forming relationships with locals in the neighborhood. Their specific neighborhood, Pelham Parkway, was historically Jewish, but is now one of the most culturally diverse corners in NYC. Parkview supports the Sauceda's financially and partners with them to take annual mission trips to NYC to assist in their work in the Bronx. 

Sturgis, SD

The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is an American motorcycle rally held annually in Sturgis, South Dakota, usually the first full week of August.  Parkview members team up in an incredible opportunity to be a witness at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.  In past years this Rally has brought any where from 400,000 - 500,000 visitors. This mission trip will focus on personal evangelism to vendors and visitors to the rally.  We will be working in the Sturgis Motorcycle Giveaway tent sponsored by the Dakota Baptist Convention and the North American Mission Board.  The team will also prayerwalk the streets of Sturgis for a couple of hours each day and give away New Testament Bibles.

International Outreach

But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth. Acts 1:8
Parkview believes in missions that impact not only the local, state and regional areas of North America but also the international countries of our world. We are working with thousands of other churches to support approximately 5300 missionaries impacting more than 1100 people groups around the world. In addition, Parkview encourages our members to go on short term mission trips in teams to the countries of  Mexico, Turkey, India, and Russia.
Below you will see some of the countries and related ministries that Parkview supports and prays for around the world.
Southern Baptist Cooperative Program
Your gifts through Parkview support approximately 5,300 missionaries through the International Mission Board, who are engaging more than 1,100 different people groups around the world. The CP also supports six Southern Baptist seminaries educating over 16,000 future pastors, missionaries, and religious leaders. In addition, over 1,455 new churches are planted through the efforts of more than 5,271 North American Missionaries, whose efforts are coordinated through your North American Mission Board and individual state conventions.
Gilead Ministry
Gilead Ministries is a non-denomination, charitable organization established in 2003. It promotes evangelism, church planting, theological training, social and humanitarian services.  Gilead Church and Gilead Evangelical Theological Seminary (GETS) are under the umbrella of “Gilead Ministries Trust.” Gilead's Mission is to develop leaders for ministry in the Church through quality residential and vocational education.  Their vision is to see God glorified in India and Asia through transforming ministry of anointed and equipped servant leaders.
Vine & Branches
Parkview’s Sewing Seeds Ministry has been working with the Biblioteca and the Dunamis Church since 2013. Parkview now serves alongside the Vine & Branches and Dunamis Church in Piedras Negras to reach their growing community.  The two-fold vision for our ministry there:
  1. Evangelize the women and children through sewing, cooking, children’s activities and Bible studies.
  2.  Continue building projects to expand the Dunamis church facility and connect new believers to this body of believers.
Parkview partners with the church in Peru by sending teams to do both evangelical and medical missions. We have been part of planting many churches around the country and have seen hundreds of people come to know the Lord on these trips. The churches we work with do an excellent job following up with these people to help get them plugged in and continue their discipleship. We plan for two trips each year to Peru. The first trip involves a lot of ministry for children, including Vacation Bible School and sharing the gospel in public schools. We also work all day to put on crusades at night and do everything possible to help the local churches we are working with. The second trip we take is in October. This is a medical mission in the middle of the jungle. Our medical mission like everything we do in Peru is evangelical and in partnership with the local churches.

Up With Down
Founded in 2000 by Parkview member Frank Baxter, Up With Down is a  nonprofit organization located in Voronoezh, Russia.  The center for children with Down Syndrome accepts children of all ages.  The staff includes a full time teacher as well as a full time administrator.  In addition, the children have access to a part time therapist to assist with their physical needs.  The Up with Down School operates on a monthly budget that is supplied by donations.  If you would like to be a part of supporting this amazing ministry center and be blessed by these extraordinary children and their families contact Frank Baxter.
Watch a video about the Up with Down Ministry here.
For over 20 years, Parkview has partnered directly with churches in central Venezuela.  What began as a single construction project has grown into a partnership with more than 100 churches and missions in the states of Portuguesa, Lara, Tachira, Cohedes, Barinas, Yaracuy, Apure, Bolivar, and Amazonas.  Through the past several years, Parkview's support has provided over 1000 pastoral study libraries and 1000 Bibles, constructed  16 church buildings, purchased 13 house-church sites, two people-mover trucks, computers, tablets, cell phones, and helped with many medical needs. Additionally, we have purchased a house, truck, and boat for reaching indigenous unreached people groups within the Oronoco River basin, and helped meet many other financial needs of poor church leaders.