Two Projects for #GivingTuesday

Project #1 – Vehicle Needed for Chinese Pastor

One of the “pastors in training” in mainland China is working towards turning his Bible study fellowship into a local Baptist church. At the same time, through certain contacts, he has an opportunity to go and reach a village about an hour from his apartment. It isn’t convenient for him to go, but some believers are there and some he is witnessing to, but they are without a church. He asked about getting a second-hand vehicle to use to make the drives more convenient and more frequent. He is limited to when he can go. I told him we would see what we could do to help him advance the gospel there.

Amount: $5,000

You can give online here and choose the “China Pastor’s Fund” and then send me a note saying it is for this specific project!

Project #2 – Victory Building Fund

We are currently raising money to purchase a building for Victory Baptist Church in Taoyuan, Taiwan. Your donation will help us, Lord willing, secure land and a building for Victory Baptist Church as it is busy evangelizing the lost and discipling believers. Of course, a donation of any amount is greatly appreciated.

Click here for updates about this church plant and to read all the details about this project.

I pray that you will prayerfully consider partnering with us to see the need for this new church building funded. Will you be an extra blessing to this church with a donation?

Obviously, this is a much larger project, but wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could raise at least $10,000 towards this building fund just on #GivingTuesday!

All donations of any amount can be given online,, or sent to Vision Baptist Missions, PO Box 442, Alpharetta, GA 30009 with a note in the memo: “Tolson – Victory Building Fund.”


“Victory Baptist Church” Building Fund t-shirt is a fun way to help support the building fund of Victory Baptist Church in Taoyuan, Taiwan. With each shirt purchased, you are donating $10 towards their building fund! The shirt’s front is the church logo and name in traditional Chinese characters, and the back is a Bible verse (1 Corinthians 15:57).


Thank you so much for your consideration and generosity!

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