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About Baptist Mid-Missions
God burdened a Michigan pastor and his wife, William and Genevieve Haas, for the people of Africa and led them to serve there in 1911. This missionary experience compelled them to seek Him for more workers. The Haases returned to the US to gather pastors, and William convincingly presented the opportunity and urgency. They organized the General Council of Cooperating Baptist Missions of North America, Inc. (now Baptist Mid-Missions) on October 15, 1920, at the First Baptist Church in Elyria, Ohio. Our first group of six missionaries courageously sailed a few weeks later to bring the gospel to French Equatorial Africa.
In 1953, the name was formally changed to Baptist Mid-Missions. Today they continue in the same spirit of reaching places and people who have not yet heard or responded to the gospel.