Gloria al Padre (GAP) sets as its foremost goal the spreading of the gospel of Jesus Christ, our Lord, to North, South, and Central America. This association of Christian individuals and churches embraces the 1963 Baptist Faith and Message and is dedicated to project ministries.
Statement of Purpose:
Gloria al Padre (GAP) is a missions support organization which links churches and other volunteers with current project needs. The gospel is shared via various avenues, including the construction of medical facilities and church buildings, health and spiritual education and agricultural support.
"Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will
give you rest." Matthew 11:28
First Baptist Church of Muskogee, Central Texas Baptist of Italy, Texas and Sugar Land Baptist Church partnered with GAP Ministries, February - April 2017
Reconstruction of an existing building to house a new church at Ladrilleras, Chihuahua - March 2017
Dr. Hugo Irigoyen with Cynthia Aulds, Director of Missions, Sugar Land Baptist Church - February 2017
Installation of three generators for Clínica las Américas, Clínica Aldama, y Clinica WR Parmer during SLBC project March 2016. This supports the system for surgery and patient recuperation needs in each clinic. Thanks, Jimmie Carroll and crew!! Thanks, SLBC for your hard work on the medical clinic construction project!
Central Baptist Church Italy, Texas supports GAP chaplain in VBS and construction work in Chihuahua, Mexico the week of July 10-17.
GAP Trip to Chorreras 2015
Gloria Al Padre Introduction Video:
FBC Muskogee Construction Project - Fall 2014
2000+Apple Trees Planted in the Sierras of Mexico...a GAP project to feed indigenous of the region:
To supplement the financial support that Christ is Our Savior from Waco, Texas has donated to our agricultural ministry for years, interested parties may donate $35.00 for one apple tree. (Mail to Gloria al Padre, 107 Bent Trail Drive, McGregor, TX 76657). Along with raising animals and cultivating potatoes, onions and other veggies, over 2,000 apple trees have been planted over a three year plan in order: