And Jesus came and said to them, 'All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.' Matthew 28:18-20
Serving Locally Through Love Loud
Love Loud is how our church most directly serves our community. Volunteers are recruited through Connect Groups, and Love Loud projects are scheduled throughout the year to provide opportunities for Biltmore to demonstrate God’s love and reach out to the needs of the community. These strategic efforts are planned to reach the lost and un-churched, and minister to the needs of people through school projects, medical clinics, feeding the hungry, and other areas of outreach as needed.
Serving Locally Through Our Partners
Local and Regional ministries give us the framework to get outside the walls of our building and share the love of Christ in our community. Check out our partners below and contact us with your interest to serve.
Serving Nationally Through Mission Trips
Please consider joining us on one of our upcoming Disaster Relief mission trips to aid those affected by Hurricane Sandy in NJ and NY.
Serving Internationally Through Mission Trips
There are few things more life-changing than serving on a mission trip. It's hard to come back and take what you have for granted after seeing the desperation and need in third world countries. The 2014 mission trip schedule is being developed and will include trips to work with our strategic partners in Kenya and Guatemala.
Hope for Guatemala was launched by Jose Armas to minister to the needs of orphans and their families in Zone 18 of Guatemala City. This ministry currently serves over 200 children who represent about 120 families, and as a result impacts the lives of more than 1000 people on a weekly basis. The orphan child sponsorship program enables this ministry to provide for the spiritual, nutritional, educational and medical needs of orphans. If you would like to learn more about this ministry visit their website.
Mission One, led by Pastor Wilfred Githongo Kabiru and his wife, Rahab, is a multi-ministry approach with an organized effort to reach children who have been orphaned by the AIDS epidemic and illnesses attributed to poor health and the absence of clean water. They are working to bring water to the entire village of Kijabe Town and build a Orphan Care and Equipping Center that will meet the basic needs of these children, train girls in a trade so they can feed their families, and train future leaders to reach their people for Christ.
We are also working to establish a village and church to reach the Maasai, an unreached nomadic tribe in Kenya. The Maasai follow water sources, so we plan to build a well that can act as a home base for the tribe, where we can provide food, clothing, and medical care, as well as plant a church to minister to this unreached tribe.
We’re excited about all God is doing in Kijabe, Kenya! Pastor Bruce recently led a team of leaders to train and equip Pastors and church leaders in Kenya. Bibles were provided to each participant, who will take the Bible teachings from the conference to their communities to help train additional leaders.
Other exciting news: Construction on the Equipping Center will begin very soon. Be in prayer for a team leaving in February, that will provide dental work for the area people and additional Gospel teaching. Temporary jobs will be developed as our Equipping Center is being built to provide income for the area ladies to help keep them from returning to a life of prostitution.
For a list of upcoming mission trips, visit the Missions Calendar