The 2022 Christmas Offering supports 3 different ministries. Every dollar of every gift will be given directly to these 3 ministries! You can read more about each recipient below, and watch Ben's video for more information.
To make a gift, select the "Christmas Offering" fund and enter a dollar amount.

The 2022 Christmas Offering Supports:

Ripe for Revival
Ripe for Revival is a non-profit in Eastern North Carolina offering hope that the gap between farm excess and food access is finally being addresses in meaningful ways that empower communities and leave lasting change.  
Through their Mobile Market, they provide access to fresh, local, and healthier food in areas of food insecurities with a "pay what you can" model, with a strong focus on Community Health and empowerment.

For more information, visit www.riperevivalmarket.com/pages/nonprofit
Baptist Children's Home of North Carolina
Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina was born on November 11, 1885.
Through God’s provision and the faithful prayers and supporters, Baptist Children’s Homes has grown beyond a single location and its orphanage roots. Today, Baptist Children’s Homes is located in more than 30 communities throughout North Carolina, South Carolina and in Guatemala. In addition to providing caring cottage homes and foster and adoptive homes to abused and neglected children, Baptist Children’s Homes now serves entire families, single mothers, college students, intellectually/developmentally disabled adults, and aging adults. For every person’s specific need, Baptist Children’s Homes offers a unique ministry that stands ready to carry out the mission of “sharing hope...changing lives.”
For more information,  visit www.bchfamily.org/who-we-are.
Gateway Church, Waynesville, NC
Brody and Maddy Medford have been married eight years and have two daughters, Siena (2) and Juliette (1 month). They are moving back to Brody’s hometown, Waynesville, NC to plant Gateway Church in 2022. After the last few years of living in Europe and ministering to refugees from North Africa and the Middle East, praying that those refugees would one day be able to take the gospel back to their homelands, God has called Brody and Maddy to the same thing: take the gospel back home. Their hope is to see Waynesville, the Gateway to the Smokies, become a Gateway to the Nations. Waynesville needs more gospel-centered churches focused on multiplying churches and sending missionaries to the nations. If God is calling them to go, then he is calling others to send. You can learn more about Gateway Church and how you can partner with them at www.gatewaychurchnc.com.