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  Northdale Baptist Church is a firm believer in missions support. We currently support the following missions with our prayers and finances.
  Noonday Ministries  

Northdale Baptist Church is a partner of Noonday Ministries. Our members prepare a noon-day meal and worship service the fourth Sunday of every other month. Several of our members are also regular volunteers. Noonday Ministries was founded in 1982 to help meet the needs of homeless individuals and families. The mission at Noon Day is to go out of business. By “Building Hope One Person At A Time,” we sincerely hope that one day, no person will be hungry, lacking shelter, or without basic provisions. But, until that day comes, we will strive to help God’s homeless children by providing nourishing meals, spiritual guidance, and many other essential services. www.noondayministries.org

  Love In the Name of Christ (INC)  
  Love In the Name of Christ (INC) is passionate about supporting local churches to help individuals and families within their own community. There are several Love INC’s that operate in communities throughout the United States and Africa. Each Love INC affiliate is supported by individuals and churches within their own community. Northdale Baptist Church is currently involved in the “Money and ME” program, which teaches money management skills to low income families and individuals. We are looking to expand our church-wide involvement with this ministry. www.loveincabq.org
  Care Net  
  Is a non-profit organization that supports a network of over 800 pregnancy resource centers in the United States and Canada. These centers offer free pregnancy tests, peer counseling, post-abortion support and other practical help to empower women and men facing pregnancy related concerns. www.care-net.org  
  Southern Baptist Convention > The Cooperative Program
  Northdale Baptist Church, as a member of the Baptist Convention of New Mexico, supports missions in our Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and all the world through the Cooperative Program. Since its inception in 1845, the Southern Baptist Convention has always had one mission—the Great Commission (Matt. 28:19-20). Since its launch in 1925, the effectiveness of the Cooperative Program has been dependent upon individuals, churches, state conventions, and SBC entities cooperating, working toward a common goal of sharing the gospel with every person on the planet. Southern Baptist Convention > The Cooperative Program
  Joy Junction  
  Is a shelter providing both emergency and longer-term food, shelter, clothing, transportation, and counseling for homeless women and families. It is the largest shelter of its kind in the state, with a capacity for accommodating more than 150 people each day. www.joyjunction.org  
  The Gideons International  
  The Gideons International serves as an extended missionary arm of the church: Our sole purpose is to win men, women, boys and girls to a saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ through association for service, personal testimony, and distributing the Bible in the human traffic lanes and streams of everyday life. www.gideons.org