We Are Here to Assist You

Often we are asked, “Whom do I contact when I want to get answers to my questions?” If you have a question about a specific area, these are the individuals who can best assist you.

Donations you received:
Brittany Morrow – [email protected]
Rebekah Tolley – [email protected]

Transfers or Funds spent from your accounts:
Please use the Signal App (704-750-9493) to request funds, or call our office on the main phone number.
For questions, you may contact one of these ladies:
Kim O’Malley – Signal Number 704-974-1008
Rebekah Tolley – Signal Number 704-750-9493

Monthly Financial Reports – US Missionaries:
Please use the email address [email protected] to submit financial reports or receipts.
For questions, you may contact one of these ladies:
Naomi Torberson – [email protected]
Hannah Brenneman – [email protected]

Monthly Financial Reports – NRA Missionaries:
Please use the email address [email protected] to submit financial reports or receipts.
For questions, you may contact one of these ladies:
Laura Cmaylo – [email protected]
Naomi Torberson – [email protected]

Prayer Letters:
Please use the email address [email protected] to submit all correspondence related to your prayer letters or address changes.

Quarterly FNPO Reports:

Please use the website https://secure.wwntbm.com/quarterly-reporting/ to submit the report and related bank statements.
For questions, you may contact one of these ladies:

Naomi Torberson – [email protected]
Laura Cmaylo – [email protected]

Kim O’Malley manages the entire office. Our entire Staff exists to serve you and your needs. Each staff member has a specialty, but all will serve all of your needs. Your calls and emails are never a burden. We exist to help you as you serve the Lord. Please do not hesitate to contact us with your needs.

I Serve Others – Helper: January 2021

by John O’Malley

The phrase, I Serve Others, captures all we want to do for the Lord at WWNTBM. Over the next few months, I will write on the values we hold dear in the phrase, I Serve Others. We have already looked at the words inspire, open, and tender.

The H in I Serve Others stands for Helper.

In the book of John, Jesus described the Holy Spirit’s role in the life of the believer. The word He used was Comforter. The Comforter would be a helpful presence in the absence of the Son. The Comforter would come in the name of the Father. The Holy Spirit would teach us all we needed to know of what Christ taught. The Holy Spirit would testify of the Godhead. The presence of the Holy Spirit came after the ascension.

God designed the activities of the Holy Spirit to help us. When our hearts are confused, He helps us understand. When our hearts are overwhelmed, He comforts us with His presence and promises. When our minds are overloaded and we cannot think clearly, He makes His way known. When burdened and dismayed, He comes with a yoke which is easy and a burden which is light.

The Holy Spirit is God’s helper for the believer.

In the WWNTBM family, the Executive Board, the Administration and Staff, and every missionary family know the help the Gospel brings. Each day you are serving in hundreds of locations.

We believe God assembled all of us to help you. Our desire is to help you with the technical and logistical so you can serve. Our passion is to help you with the domestic-based tasks so you can focus on the Great Commission.

Each week in our staff meeting, we read or recite our purpose. Our purpose is:

We serve God’s Great Commission partners so they can focus on giving and going.

We know God’s partners are the churches which send, the churches which support, and the missionaries who are sent.

Our staff of seven arrive in their offices each day to help you. There is no request too odd, too difficult, or too minimal; we love and live to help you. Please ask. Do not serve without all you need to do Great Commission work.

We want to be a helper of Gospel workers around the world. We want to be your helper.

Jesus made it clear; the simple task of giving water to a believer counts. For whosoever shall give you a cup of water to drink in my name, because ye belong to Christ, verily I say unto you, he shall not lose his reward. (Mark 9:41)

At WWNTBM, we take this passage and reminder to heart. No request is too burdensome. No request is a bother. No request is inconvenient.

We are here to help you.

Happy New Year!
Yours for the harvest,
John O’Malley

If this article has been an encouragement to you, you can email Bro. O’Malley here to let him know.

The Homegoing of Josefina Sanchez

Josephina Sanchez

June 8, 1951 – December 7, 2020

Josefina L. Martinez Blanco Sanchez was born on June 8, 1951, in Barcelona, Spain.   She trusted Christ as her Savior at the age of 15, and later married Alejandro Sanchez on December 26, 1971.  They had two children, Damaris and Samuel.
When the LORD began working in Bro. Sanchez’s heart about the ministry, Mrs. Fina testified that she “felt peace and knew it was the answer.  Since that time, it has been my goal to serve the Lord by helping in my husband’s ministry, and to be a God-filled wife and mother.” The Sanchez family came to the United States, where they attended Foundations Bible College.  They then returned to Spain, where they served in a pastorate for several years.  They also served in Christian camps and colleges, as well as in a printing ministry.
During this time period, they became acquainted with several World Wide missionaries serving in Spain.  The LORD led them to join WWNTBM in 1997, and they returned to the US to raise support to enable them to start churches throughout Spain.  They were sent out by Trinity Baptist Church in Wilson, NC, which at the time was pastored by Robert Winstead, a founding board member of WWNTBM.
Mrs. Fina was actively involved in teaching ladies and young people.  A favorite ministry each summer was to serve in the kitchen at camp.  She is remembered for her quick smile and sweet spirit.  In addition to her other responsibilities, she was the primary caregiver for their handicapped son, Samuel.
On December 7, Mrs. Fina passed away peacefully at home, and was ushered into the throne room, there to enjoy the presence of her LORD for eternity.  She is survived by her husband Alejandro, daughter Damaris (& Nathan) Kirkpatrick, son Samuel, and eight grandchildren. Please keep the Sanchez family in your prayers.
“The throne of God and of the Lamb shall be in it; and his servants shall serve him: and they shall see his face;”

From the Memo Board: January 2021

Dates to Know

January 1 – November Financial Reports will be due for US Missionaries.

January 1 – December Financial Reports will be due for Non-Resident Missionaries.

January 4-5 – The Office will be closed for staff training.

January 8 – Missionaries will receive their statements of December Support Received.

January 13 – All missionaries will receive their final December support on this day, regardless of the day they normally receive support.

January 15 – December Financial Reports will be due for US Missionaries, along with any remaining receipts or financial paperwork for 2020.

January 20 – Please check your Tax Info Status Report on SecureCloud and contact us by January 20 if any details need to be changed concerning how we will handle your tax paperwork.

February 1 – 1099 Forms and other tax documentation for the 2020 tax year will be available.

February 1 – January Financial Reports will be due for Non-Resident Missionaries.

February 15 – The new 2021 MFR Template for US Missionaries will be available.

March 1 – January Financial Reports will be due for US Missionaries.

March 1 – February Financial Reports will be due for Non-Resident Missionaries.

June 21-24 – Family Fellowship Week in Kinston, NC.

SecureCloud Packets

At the end of each month, we scan any mail that has come to the Office and place it in your SecureCloud folder. This would include check stubs for all bills paid by the office, as well as any cards or correspondence from donors. Please be sure to check SecureCloud periodically, especially once you receive the notice that December packets have been uploaded, as many missionaries have received Christmas cards and letters which are available to you there.

January Income Totals

During a typical month, we close the books on the 25th, and any checks received after that date are posted to the following month. Due to receipting requirements, we cannot do this in the month of December. As a result, please be aware that your December support total may be higher than normal, while your January support total may be lower than normal. Please be sure to plan ahead for this!

Housing Allowances for 2021

Housing allowances previously in place have automatically rolled over to the new year. Missionaries who are ordained are eligible to have a housing allowance in place, which can provide certain tax benefits. If you did not have a housing allowance in 2020 and would like to have one for 2021, or if you have questions regarding this, please contact our office.

New Excel Template for US Missionaries

A new Excel template for the year 2021 will be available on February 15. This will give us time to review the need for any possible updates. January financial reports will be due on March 1. Should you wish to complete your January report before the new template is available, you are welcome to submit it on the 2020 template.

New Mileage Rate

Beginning on January 1st, the IRS mileage rate has decreased to $0.560 per mile for business/ministry miles. This change will be reflected in the new Excel template for 2021.

New Tax Form This Year for US Missionaries

The IRS has created a new type of 1099 Form.  In the past, World Wide issued a Form 1099-MISC.  This year, we will issue Form 1099-NEC.  This stands for Non-Employment Compensation.  It is our understanding that this should not affect the manner in which you file your taxes.  It will only affect the form that you receive from us.  Your tax preparer can assist you if you have questions in this area.  Tax forms will be available on SecureCloud by February 1, 2021, and the originals will also be mailed on that day.

New Baby

Congratulations to Stephen and Julie Knickerbocker on the birth of Korben Asher.  He was born on December 7.  He weighed 8 pounds 7 ounces and was 18 inches long.  Korben joins older sisters Alina (4) and Kezia (2).  Please pray for the Knickerbockers and their ministry in Burkina Faso.

Uplift Podcast

The following recordings were recently published on uplift.wwntbm.com. You may access the site by entering the username: wwntbm and the password: gospel. These recordings for our missions family contain the Uplift calls in their entirety, including prayer requests and challenges to our missionaries. We hope they will encourage your heart.

Be A Light by Ted Daub

Why Paul Refused to Quit by Mike Renfrow

The Prosperity of the Wicked by Jeremy Lockhart

Don’t Forget Your Spouse! by Terri Moore