Love Your Neighbor


Missions is woven into the DNA fabric of our church. We take seriously the command of Jesus to be witnesses to the ends of the earth (Acts 1:8). At FBCMF we know that we are called to reach people for Christ. Consequently, we strive to make a kingdom impact in our local community of Marble Falls, in our state and nation, and to take the message of Christ around the globe. We look forward to you joining us in this great adventure.


This is our community evangelistic events. The primary purpose of these events is to reach out to our community in love and support by showing them Jesus. Events include the Home Outreach Ministry Event, Christian Community Car Care event, and the Community Block Party and Rummage Sale. We have touched thousands of lives in the greater Marble Falls area with these powerful events. We are also involved in several local ministry projects around the Highland Lakes area, such as, Joseph’s Pantry, Mission Marble Falls, Creative Hearts, FBCMF Food Panty, and several others.


Jesus’ final call to his followers was to go into all the world and make disciples of all nations. Our church takes this great commission very seriously and we embrace our identity as a sending church. It is our hope and prayer that God continues to stir in the lives of our people and raises up workers for the harvest.

FBCMF has currently adopted 4 primary global regions. We have adopted an area in Kenya, Honduras, Thailand, and Bulgaria. We ask that you join us in praying for God’s great movement in these areas.


FBCMF is a “sending church.” This means that we not only support the International Missions Board (IMB), but we are also sending missionaries from within our own church body.

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The Missions Ministry of First Baptist Church Marble Falls will be hosting an exciting Missions Fair in November 2019. The fair will involve hundreds of volunteers from the Highland Lakes area.

FBCMF will be partnering with other local churches and organizations in an effort to inform the community about the numerous ministries available in our area and to invite others to become involved in areas of service that use their talents and gifts to help meet the needs of others.

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