The Nations For Christ was founded on February 17, 2006 as a Georgia Non-Profit Corporation. The purpose was to be a ministry for Stephen & April Baker who were missionaries to Ireland and the United Kingdom. Over the years, NFC has expanded its reach to be a world-wide training and evangelism organization.
The Nations For Christ is an unaffiliated, evangelical ministry holding to the fundamentals of the Christian faith. We affirm:
- The Inerrancy of Scripture,
- The Trinity,
- Salvation by grace, through faith alone in Jesus Christ,
- The Death, Burial and physical Resurrection of Christ from the dead,
- A Literal Heaven & Hell: the eternal blessedness of the saved and eternal damnation of the lost,
- The Physical Return of Christ to Earth to establish a literal Kingdom (Second Coming of Christ),
- The ordinances of believer’s baptism and the Lord’s supper,
- The importance of the local, New Testament Church,
- Ecclesiastical Separation from heresy and apostasy,
- World evangelism.
We use the Authorized King James Version as our official Bible in English. We are members of the Trinitarian Bible Society.
Board of Directors
Stephen Baker, Pastor of Harmony Baptist Church in Dalton, Georgia.
Richard Steele, Missionary, Chaplain of Whitfield County Jail.
Travis Snode, Missionary, United Kingdom.
Kevin Hall, Missionary, South Africa.
The Nations For Christ Inc. is a registered non-profit corporation in the U.S.A. State of Georgia. Nations For Christ is recognized by the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) as a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation and is listed on the IRS Publication 78 Data list as an organization eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. The charity/non-profit status of Nations For Christ is recognized in the United States of America. Donations may be tax deductible within the United States. However, outside of the United States, Nations For Christ makes no claims, or guarantees of deductibility or tax benefits, nor do we solicit donations where forbidden by law.