Thank you for your commitment to work together to be leaders in impacting God’s Kingdom throughout Hawaii, the Pacific, and Asia. As you share these resources for the Sue Nishikawa Offering and Week of Prayer with your church, know that we are praying for and with you as you press on toward His goal!
The Sue Nishikawa Offering for Hawaii Pacific Missions exists to encourage and assist churches in their evangelistic outreach, assist in new kingdom work, to establish missions awareness and develop missions training, and to strengthen the church body and the work of the Hawaii Pacific Baptist Convention.
Hawaii Pacific Baptists Working Together
From church planting to food distribution, from disaster relief to pregnancy and counseling centers, and so much more…you are advancing God’s kingdom through your faithful prayers and support of the Sue Nishikawa Offering for Hawaii Pacific Missions.
What is the Sue Nishikawa Offering?
The Sue Nishikawa Offering for Hawaii Pacific Missions supports the missions and ministries of Hawaii Pacific Baptist Convention churches. Every single dollar you give helps advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ in Hawaii, the Pacific, and Asia. Thank you for your faithful commitment and prayers. And as you give, consider how your church can request funds to enhance and strengthen your missions efforts. You are Hawaii Pacific Missions.
Join Us in a Week of Prayer
We are better together! God strengthens us when we, as Hawaii Pacific Baptist churches, pastors, and church leaders, work together for the gospel…
The purpose of church planting is to identify people and communities who need to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ and need a place to come together to worship as a body of believers…
During the pandemic, outreach looked different. God continues to do something new in and through the church body…
Hawaii Pacific Baptist Next Generations Ministries such as Baptist Collegiate Ministries and individual church student ministries are doing great work…
God is doing new things in and through Hawaii Pacific Baptist churches as He encourages and challenges them by His Holy Spirit to see new ways of doing ministry…
Pray for Hawaii Pacific Baptists in the Hawaiian Islands, including those on Hawaii Island (The Big Island), Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Oahu, and Kauai…
Today we invite you to pray for the churches throughout the Pacific and Asia: Our churches in Guam, Samoa, Thailand, Japan, South Korea, and The Philippines…
Churches make up the Hawaii Pacific Baptist Convention. The HPBC staff team supports these churches as they work together to be leaders in impacting God’s Kingdom throughout the Pacific and Asia…
Who is Sue Nishikawa?
Sue Nishikawa set an example for all Hawaii Pacific Baptists in the way she served Christ. After serving in local churches and at the Hawaii Baptist Convention, Sue was elected as the first executive secretary of the Hawaii Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) in 1954. After 26 years of state WMU work, Sue retired due to a stroke. However, she continued to serve in a variety of capacities until her death in 2004. The state missions offering was named for Sue in 1981. It is a fitting honor for a woman who had become Hawaii’s symbol of missions and ministry.
Enhance and Strengthen Your Church’s Missions Efforts
The purpose of the Sue Nishikawa Offering for Hawaii Pacific Missions is to encourage new work, establish missions, strengthen churches, and support ongoing missions. The offering is to promote a spirit of “OHANA” through awareness of missions needs and the sharing of results of those programs and institutions that have received funding.
Every single dollar you give helps advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ in Hawaii, the Pacific, and Asia.
Thank You For Giving Video with Chris Martin
Connections Church Video
Life Christian Church Video
Baptist Collegiate Ministries Video
GracePoint Church Video
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To see all past videos for the Sue Nishikawa Offering for Hawaii Pacific Missions, click here.
Promote Sue Nishikawa In Your Church
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