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John & Kimberly OMalley

Missionary Information

Agency/Ministry: World Wide New Testament Baptist Missions

Name: John OMalley
Age: 54

Spouse: Kimberly OMalley
Age: 53

Child: John M. OMalley
Age: 29

Mission Field: United States of America

Years of Service: 25

Home Church: Faith Baptist Church
Shelby, North Carolina

Missions Agency: World Wide New Testament Baptist Missions
Kings Mountain, North Carolina

Our Missionary for 3 years


Missionary Update 02/20/2018

Dear Friend and Supporter of our Ministry,

Every pastor and church struggles to find missionaries who are the right fit for their church. They search for missionaries with the right philosophy, who are going to the places which match their church's missions philosophy, and for those who will extend their church's reach of the Gospel. Thank you for facing these challenges and leading your church to invest in the Great Commission. Thank you for supporting Kim and me in the work God called us. Kim and I are grateful for your support because, without you, we could not preach the Gospel to the lost. Without your investment, we could not assist missionaries on the field. Without your partnership, we could not help churches build their missions programs. Without your participation, we could not serve newly-started missionaries in taking their first steps in ministry. Without your prayer, we could not guide prospective missionaries in getting from their calling to the field.

We need you. We are thankful for you. We pray for you.

In January, I participated in a missionary's commissioning service. I met this missionary during his college training. Many of you prayed when I took him on his survey trip to the Solomon Islands. Today, he is serving there with his wife and son. Pray for this family; they are the Deatricks with World Wide New Testament Baptist Missions.

In January, I met with a prospective missionary about service in a rural mountain area in Peru. Her village is a 24-hour bus ride from Lima. She is seeking direction about a missions agency to help her church send her to the field.

In January, I spoke in a league chapel service at Ambassador Baptist College. During this chapel service, I challenged the students to be like Ezekiel whom God made to be a watchman. Their league's name is the Watchmen. (A league is an affinity group similar to a society group or fraternity or sorority, just within a Christian context.)

In January and by the end of February, I will have spoken in four churches to help build their Great Commission program by investing and being involved in delivering the Gospel.

Your giving helps us go. Your praying makes us useful. Your friendship sustains us.

Thank you,

John O’Malley

PO BOX 1374 KINGS MOUNTAIN, NC 28086-1374 (704) 974-6108




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Missionary Update 12/15/2017

Dear friend of the O'Malleys,

God's mission to redeem the world defines our daily tasks and life's work. Your investment makes us available to present the Gospel. You help us assist churches and missionaries with their Great Commission work. We appreciate you enabling us to fulfill the call of God.

Last month, God used your investments to allow me to be on the campus of Ambassador Baptist college. Each Fall the college holds a missions conference. Their conference is about exposing students to missionary opportunities and mission agencies. During the conference, I spoke with more than 100 students. The Lord allowed me the opportunity to speak in classes to encourage students to serve the Lord. Thank you for making that opportunity possible.

During November and December, I assisted eight churches with their Great Commission efforts. A missions conference is an opportunity to keep the mission of God before God's people. The conference allows people to renew their commitment to give toward God's mission. Thank you for investing in the Great Commission efforts of your church.

The Lord gave me the opportunity to be a part of two new missionary interviews. The interview is the last step in vetting new missionaries for our agency. These new missionaries will be going to Brazil and the Dominican Republic. Thank you for making it possible to help the world get new missionaries.

Kim and I wish you the brightest and the most joyous celebration of our Savior's birth. Thank you for what you do to help us bring the Gospel to a world who knows nothing about redemption or adoption. Thank you for supporting us to help in the work of the Great Commission. 

Sincerely yours,

John O’Malley


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Missionary Update 06/09/2017


Missionary Update 12/05/2016


Missionary Update 09/02/2016

Dear friends who pray for us,
The Mission of God is ever-present on our minds as we train missionaries, assist
churches, and advance the Gospel. We could not do this task without you. Thank you.
This quarter, the Lord allowed me to assist nine churches in their mission conferences.
Each mission conference raises more funds for missionaries to gain support to get to
the field of their calling. The nine mission conferences were held in eight states. I got
to speak in several teen-only contexts. I love these moments because I feel like I am
touching the hearts of the future leaders. I strive to inspire them to follow God’s will,
God’s Word, and look for a place in the world to be used on the mission of God.
Training and encouraging missionaries is a vital aspect of our ministry. Each year in
June we convene with all World Wide New Testament Baptist Missions’ missionaries
who are on deputation and furlough. Our theme this year was Workers Together with
God. The meeting reminded us that the struggles we share are similar. We were
encouraged that the Lord is our partner. We also learned that the work is the Lord’s;
He alone is in control. The conference encouraged and equipped our people in the
work of the Lord.
Each day I live I want to be used to advance the Gospel and help people in their walk
with God. I finished writing a book which is helping people in their quiet time with
God. It is called Overcoming Your Devotional Obstacles. I identify the seven common
obstacles which keep our people from having meaning and memorable devotions. I
took the liberty to send you a copy which will arrive in a few days. If you believe it will
help your people, let me know, and I can help you order them in bulk.
Thank you for making this ministry possible!
Serving Him,
John O'Malley

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