We partner with the following local Owensboro ministries in making, maturing and multiplying disciples of Jesus Christ.
Fifth Street Ministry
One of our church families lives and serves the 5th Street community. Home of Vacation Bible School, the Common Good Box, and Free Bootcamp, the Fifth Street Ministry exists to know Christ and make him known in this neighborhood.
The Welcome Project
The Welcome Project is an Owensboro-based nonprofit corporation providing a structured pathway for church groups to engage Owensboro’s refugees by assisting the governmentally-funded International Center in the work of refugee resettlement.
Care Net is a not-for-profit Christian crisis pregnancy center offering free services to those who find themselves in an unplanned pregnancy or with concerns of an STD. Their mission is to extend Christian compassion and truth by promoting the sanctity of human life and sexual purity.
Friends of Sinners
Friends of Sinners is a Christ-centered residential substance recovery program focusing on the reconciliation and restoration of men and women to Christ through biblical truths, accountability and life skills. Through this, they are transforming individuals into positive contributors to society.
Young Life goes into the world of kids to meet them and to invite them into something more. They run Clubs for high school and middle school, train students as leaders, and invest in kids at camp (i.e. “the best week of their lives”). Most importantly, they get to know kids by name, are with them in the ups and downs, and help them understand the God who desires to do the same.
MentorKids Kentucky exists to love youth from single-parent and non-traditional households. They do this by providing the kids in our community an adult Christian mentor to come alongside and help them persevere through the trials of life, by building their character and offering them hope for the future.
Campus Outreach exists to build laborers on the campus for the lost world. We partner regionally with Campus Outreach Knoxville through our support of the Campus Director at the University of Tennessee, Mason Leaf.
HBC is privileged to serve as the sending church for 3 missionary families. Currently, we support a family church planting in North Africa, a family doing theological training in Serbia, and a family pastoring in Northern Ireland. Although not serving as their sending church, we also support a family that is currently church planting in Italy.
In addition to sending missionaries, we also partner with indigenous workers in India, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, and Haiti.