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Baptists On Mission

Operation Inasmuch/Rampin Up         

Save the Date! April 30, May 7, 2016

The next statewide event sponsored by NCBM is in 2016!  Save the date!

Latest Report from the 2014 NCOIAM:

Churches participating: 168
Volunteer involvement: 5,928 giving 24,601 hours
Projects completed: 724
Ramps: 93
Donated value of projects: $123,800
People served: 11,011
47 counties covered from the beaches to the mountains!

NCOIAM / Rampin' Up Reporting

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Each North Carolina community is unique, and OIAM will help North Carolina churches to consider the needs of their communities and work to meet those needs. Possible projects include Backyard Bible Clubs, sewing projects, home repairs, wheelchair ramp construction, homebound visitation, yard work for elderly, blood pressure checks, affirmation of public servants, prayerwalks, block parties, garden projects, child care and nursing home ministry.

OIAM hopes to have projects in all of North Carolina's 100 counties. Think of people in your community who need Christians to touch their lives in the name of Jesus Christ. On these two days, hundreds of churches and thousands of volunteers will share the love of Jesus with those who have never heard the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Clip Art

Click here to view NC Operation Inasmuch clip art to use in your promotional material.

County Coordinators

County Coordinators have been enlisted in an effort to provide churches with local NCOIAM assistance. We encourage you to contact the coordinator listed for your county. Click here for current list of 2014 county coordinators (work in progress).

Local Mission Project Ideas

Click here for a list of more than 70 different local mission project ideas that are divided into 8 different categories. These are excellent ideas for NC Operation Inasmuch projects in your community!


NCOIAM t-shirts are available for purchase.  Click here to continue.

Ramp Construction Manual

A "how to" manual to help you build a modular handicap ramp. Click here to download [NOTE! Large file: 7 MB]