Supporting  124 missionaries in  64 countries

OPBBC practices faith-promise missions giving. At our annual missions conference each April, individuals and families seek God’s will while making a financial commitment to missions for the coming year. In faith, a pledge is made for an amount to be given in either weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly offerings. We have been blessed to see this commitment to giving grow the faith of adults and children alike, as the Lord faithfully provides the means to support our missionaries.

In addition to commissioning missionaries from our local church, and financing others who have the call, OPBBC organizes several foreign missions trips each year. These trips provide an opportunity for young people to experience the foreign field, and provide help and encouragement to our missionaries.

Sent from Old Paths
C.B. – Greece/Mid. East
Larry Craft – Streets of America
Mark Helzerman – Papua New Guinea
Damon Matacchiera – Zambia
Reese Parfitt – PNG
Dan Reed – Romania
Doug Schwaderer – Canary Islands
Ted Snyder – Honduras
Adam Zander – Romania
Supported by Old Paths
John Allen – Papua New Guinea
Matt Allen – Papua New Guinea
Jon Bach – Arctic
A.B. – China
C.B. – Indonesia
Richard Badgett – South Africa
Chris Baran – Philippines
Joel Bierman -Germany
Rudy Baun -Philippines
Chuck Bauman – France
Kevin Bennett -Hong Kong
Brent Bergey – South Africa
Kason Bloom -Ecuador
Shawn Bowman – Ireland
Adam Branscomb -China
Clint Burden -Indonesia
Lee Cadenhead – Zimbabwe
A.C. – China
Joseph Childers – Grenada
Christian Law Association -USA
Duane Cleghorn – Southeast Asia
Rob Craig – Sicily
Joel Dare – Brazil
Tim Davis- Myanmar
Andrew Day – Ireland
Joel Desir -Haiti
David Divakar – India
Mike Dobbins – Africa
Mark Dunlop – Mozambique
Jeb Durarte – Brazil
Justin Dye – Papua New Guinea
David Edens – Western Sahara
Tim Faulk – Myanmar
E.F – Middle East
Greg Freyer – New Zealand
Heith Fussner – Ethiopia
P G – India
Wes Gazaway -Egypt
Josiah Gerbitz -United Kingdom
Gage Gilbert – Greenland
Manuel Gomez – Mexico
Brian Gurley- Sri Lanka
A.H. – Israel
Paul Hamilton – Moldova
John Harris – Belize
Joel Haynes – Navahos
Alan Hearn -Albania
Andy Hearn- Nepal
Duane Hearron – Russia
Brian Hebert – Toronto, ON
Brent Hoffman – Panama
Brett Hoffman – New Zealand
David Hoffmeister – Alaska
James Hoffmeister – Trinidad
Stephen Holt – Sierra Leone
Jamie Homan – Italy
Nathaniel Hudson  – Brazil
Richard Hurst – Ecuador
Zakir Ibrahim – Guyana
Tim Ingram – Brazil
Mike Ireland – Ukraine
Daniel Jenkins – Gambia
Richard Jertberg – Madagascar
Matt Johnson – Mexico
Keven Kendell – Ukraine
Nathan Kowach – Korea
Eric Kreh – Netherlands
Steve Larson – China
Mark Lawrence – Germany
Joshua Leib – Sicily
C.M. – Israel
Bob Mach – Ivory Coast
Andy Magnarella – Hopi Indians
Richard Maher – Ukraine
Buddy Maynard – Boys’ Home
Dean Mazzaferri – Italy
Clayton McCurdy – Moldova
Jacob McKinney – Bolivia
Mike Meyer – Mexico
Jason Moore – Fiji
Tim Moriarty –  Bangledesh
Mike Morrissey – Philippines
Stephen Mustard – Sierra Leone
New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation
Bob Nichols Jr. – Brazil
Edgar Nono – Philippines
Rob Oswald – Boys Home
Scott Parsons – Middle East
Stetson Planck – Italy
Jeff Porter – Zimbabwe
Peter Putney – Colombia
Adam Ragsdale -Thailand
Chris Resmondo – Malawi
Don Riley – Church Helps
Mike Roberts – Asia
David Robinson – Malawi
Nick Serino – Arctic
Jim Showers -Paraguay
Jonathan Skean – Russia
Chase Smith – Lithuania
Mike Staley – Military – Spain
Rudy Stembridge – WFTWBM
Keith Stensaas – Uganda
John Stover – Germany
Gerald Sutek – Philippines
Matthew Sutton – Arctic
S.T. – Jordan
Buddy Thigpen – Russia
Chris Thompson – Ecuador
Stephen Troell – Jordan
Mike Viscome – Scripture Signs
Josh Wagar – Micronesia
John Weldon – Moldova
Chad Wells – Papua New Guinea
Brenton White – Phillipines
Duane Wilhite – Japan
Caleb Wilson – Papua New Guinea
Rob Woodward – Guyana
Word for the World B. M. Office
Russell Wright – Zimbabwe