World Missions of Blue Creek

Blue Creek loves to support agencies and missionaries carrying the Gospel around the world. Take a look at a few of the ministries we support.

Southern Baptist Missions Programs

As a Southern Baptist Church, we support the Cooperative Missions Program of the Southern Baptist Church.  This fund helps to support Baptist Hospitals, retirement homes, children’s homes, and missionaries around the world and at home.  


In addition we support the following:

  • International Mission Board (IMB) – We do this through our annual Lottie Moon Christmas offering
  • North American Mission Board (NAMB) – We do this through our annual Annie Armstrong Easter Offering
  • New River Baptist Association (NRBA) – We support our local Baptist association through by giving a percentage of our offerings received.
At Home

Kennedy Children’s Home.
Kinston, NC

The Kennedy Home is operated by Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina under the State Baptist Convention of North Carolina. 

At Kennedy Home, school-age children are given an opportunity to overcome personal and family problems while staff work to preserve or reunify families.  

Kennedy Home Information Sheet

Kennedy Home Pictures


Christian Action League of North Carolina
6325 Falls of Neuse Rd, Suite 35-106
Raleigh, NC 27615

The Christian Action League is the oldest Christian Public Policy organization in North Carolina.  The League contends traditional Christian teaching with the Holy Scriptures as a sole, infallible and sufficient guide is an indispensable support for human happiness and political prosperity.  Furthermore, the League believes every Christian is obligated to be his “brother’s keeper” by peacefully seeking to influence and shape a government which secures the highest possible good for all of its citizens.

The League has a full-time lobbying presence in the North Carolina General Assembly.  The League earnestly believes and is committed to its slogan: The only lasting cure evil and injustice is Christian action.  


Our Daily Bread
Grand Rapids, MI

In 1938 Dr. M.R DeHann began teaching the Radio Bible Class (RBC Ministries) in Grand Rapids.  Our Daily Bread devotional was created to provide radio listeners with spiritual encouragement for each day.  In 2015 the ministry name was changed to Our Daily Bread Ministries.

Our Daily Bread Ministries helps millions of people connect with God each day.  For more than 75 years, our purpose has remained the same: to reach people with the life-changing wisdom of the Bible.

The daily devotional guides are translated into 58 languages and sent all over the world.

In addition to the devotional guides which are printed quarterly, Our Daily Bread offers an extensive list of resources on their website to assist the Christian in the spiritual life and growth as well as their knowledge of the Word.  These resources include written articles on a variety of subjects, podcasts, online courses, and over 150 topic-based studies.  The ministry also has an app that can be downloaded to your phone or tablet.


Onslow Pregnancy Resource Center
Jacksonville, NC

The Onslow Pregnancy Resource Center (OPRC) is a safe and confidential space for any woman or man who may be facing an unplanned pregnancy.  The offer free pregnancy tests, confidential options education, ultrasound referrals, and a listening ear to discuss the circumstances surrounding an individual and their pregnancy.


Siler Memorial Scholarship Fund

History of the Scholarship Fund

Rev. Tasso Siler came out of retirement in January of 1960 to pastor the Blue Creek Baptist Mission in the Southwest section of Jacksonville.  The mission was founded through the efforts of the First Baptist Church of Jacksonville.  Pastor Siler passed away after serving just two months as pastor; however, his wife, Mary, continued to actively serve Blue Creek Baptist Church until her passing in 1974.  At her death, the Siler family formed this scholarship fund as a memorial to Tasso and Mary Siler and entrusted it to Blue Creek Baptist Church for its administration.  The Siler family and Blue Creek Baptist Church continue to donate to this fund annually.

Purpose of the Scholarship Fund

The purpose of the scholarship fund is to aid those who feel called of God into full-time ministry in a church with the cost of their seminary or Bible College tuition.  The bylaws of the Siler Memorial Fund state, 

“It is our intent that any Protestant, having felt God’s call to serve him as a dedicated man of God ,would be eligible to apply for a grant.  We do feel priority should be given on the basis of greatest need.  Other factors include the individual’s ability to complete the degree program, their apparent dedication and their own willingness to contribute.”

To download our informational brochure or an application packet for the Siler Memorial Scholarship, see below.

Informational Brochure    Application (Word)  Application (PDF)  Additional Recommendation Forms

You can send the completed application either by mail to 1251 Burgaw Hwy. Jacksonville, NC 28540 or by email to

Missionaries Serving Abroad

Danilo and Jamila Caba
Caloocan City, Philippines

Ministry Focus: Church Planting
Open Door Baptist Church

Mission Board: Independent Baptist Missions for Asians

Marietta, OH


Artemio Robles
Pampanga, Philippines

Ministry Focus: Church Planting
Centerview Baptist Church (and village churches)

Mission Board: Independent Baptist Missions for Asians
Marietta, OH


Jason & Sarah Sykes and family

 (Gringo Grande Ministries)

They have 4 children: Samuel, Luke, Jude, and Elizabeth
San Pedro de Macorís, DR

Ministry Focus: Seminary operation and Discipleship training

Mission Board: Baptist International Outreach (BIO)
Jefferson City, TN

Jason and his family were missionaries in Venezuela for a number of years until the US embassy was expelled and their mission board insisted that they return home.  Upon returning to the States they began to examine what God had for them in the future.  During this time they became acquainted with the DR Vision ministry in the Dominican Republic.  Under the Lord’s leading, they moved to the DR to work in a number of ministries.  Jason has taken over the leadership of Central Caribbean Evangelical Seminary (SEMCA) founded by Dr. Wes and Maria.  Sarah is teaching at Las Palmas, the bilingual Christian School associated with the ministry.  Both of them are involved in evangelism and discipleship ministry.


In addition to various missionaries throughout the world through the International Mission Board.