Jacumin to serve as NAMB ambassador to North Carolina
    November 17 2015 by Tobin Perry, North American Mission Board

    In an effort to thank every pastor and every church in North Carolina for their sacrificial support of the Cooperative Program and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering, the North American Mission Board (NAMB) has asked Pastor Marty Jacumin to serve as the entity’s pastoral ambassador to the state.


    Marty Jacumin

    Jacumin will continue to serve as the senior pastor of Bay Leaf Baptist Church in Raleigh, where he has served since 2007. Before that he also served on the church’s staff from 1998 to 2004. Throughout his time at Bay Leaf, the church has made missions a clear priority. He says in recent years the church has transitioned to becoming more of a missions-sending church.
    NAMB has asked pastors from each state convention in the South to serve in ambassador roles in an effort to promote a unity of purpose with the Southern Baptist Convention. Besides expressing gratitude on behalf of NAMB leadership, these pastors will become a contact within the state for pastors who have questions. They will also help explain the Send North America strategy.
    “First and foremost, I want to thank North Carolina Baptists for what they are doing with Cooperative Program giving and their Annie Armstrong Easter Offering® giving,” Jacumin said. “I want to use any bit of influence I have to thank North Carolina Baptists for what they’re doing.”
    He also says he expects to connect N.C. Baptists with NAMB team members who can help them in their efforts to push back lostness in North America.
    To contact Jacumin, email him directly at mjacumin@me.com.

    11/17/2015 12:31:50 PM by Tobin Perry, North American Mission Board | with 0 comments
    Filed under: Coopertive Program, Marty Jacumin, NAMB

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