WFBIM Captains Dinner August 24, 2017

Walk For Bibles and International Ministries (WFBIM) Captains Dinner

Thursday, August 24, 2017
6:00 p.m.
International Ministries Center
(605 Texas Place)

This special event helps a WFBIM Church Captain gain the knowledge and resources to help enlist participants in the WFBIM. The meal is free for 2 members from each church. Anyone else is welcome to attend for a cost of $10. Contact the MBA office to make reservations by Thursday, August 17.

Mark your calendars for the 2017 Walk For Bibles and International Ministries – Saturday, October 21, 2017, 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

From the fullness of His grace, we have all received one blessing after another  John 1:16


The MBA International Ministries Center (IMC) welcomes all seafarers and internationals. We proclaim the gospel of Jesus to seafarers, refugees, local residents, students, non-English speaking patients in local hospitals, inmates in jail, and provide follow-up ministries to more than 133 nationalities in many languages.

The International Ministries Center is open to minister to all nations and the local community.  The center cooperates with many Christians to accomplish the emphases of the MBA.



 … in our MBA Language Ministries.
There are many options for Internationals living in and visiting Mobile
to be helped and transformed each week .


Seafarer’s Ministry

Mission opportunities to 133 nations
Lives transformed weekly


Language Congregations






Language School

71 Nations
50 Volunteer Teachers 
Bible Study
English Classes


Walk for Bibles and International Ministries

Sponsored walkers support the International Language School,
Language Churches and Seafarers Ministry.



Are you a student looking to learn more about how you can serve with International Ministries?

For more information click here.

Bobby Morton 2015Bobby Morton
Director of International Ministries and Church Planting

I work with our present Language Churches, Language missions and Language Bible Study groups to encourage and equip them to be more effective in their ministries. With the 72 nations living in Mobile County, I am seeking to develop active Bible studies for each of these groups and move them into growing congregations and a part of our Association. Also, I have the seven Language School sites teaching English as a Second Language. Training site leaders and teachers for each of these sites is part of my duties. We offer day and night classes to meet the needs of students. Lastly, I oversee and work closely with our port Chaplains to minister to Seafarers that enter our port.


Kim Wilson
Volunteer International Language School Coordinator  


Harold Reagan
MSC Port Chaplain

David Seymour
Port Chaplain