Tim and Kristin Stalcup
Anna Faith & Timmy

Missionaries to
Afghan Muslims
of New York City


There are more than 1.6 billion souls in this world today that are blinded by the destructive religion of Islam. The largest community of Afghans in the United States is in Queens, New York City. We are excited to be moving to Queens to begin building harvest relationships among the Afghans and other Muslims. The Lord has called us to commence a work in Muslim evangelism. We will study the Afghan language Dari and build trusting relationships with Afghans in NYC. We plan to serve the churches of NYC with their visitation and to see Muslims saved and discipled in the local church. We will be primarily working with Heritage Baptist Church. Muslims can be saved. Muslims need the Gospel! Let’s get it to them!
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Build Harvest Relationships

Muslims are a mission field in America. We must find these immigrants and have Gospel conversations with them.


• Muslim Evangelism Center
• College campus ministry
• Afghan language study

Evangelize Muslims

Muslims need salvation.


• Evangelism with Heritage Baptist Church
• Sidewalk evangelism
• Tract ministry
• Personal conversations

Work with HBC

Muslims need baptism, membership, and discipleship in a welcoming church family.


We will encourage
• Attendance
• Baptism
• Membership
• Discipleship
• Service

Sending church: Emmanuel Baptist of Kings Mountain, NC
Assisting Agency: World Wide New Testament Baptist Missions
Training: Ambassador Baptist College of Lattimore, NC
NYC church: Heritage Baptist Church
Partnership: Missions to Muslims Network

“Pastors often want to know who a missionary affiliates with. We do not affiliate with one particular fellowship, camp, or school. We are simply conservative, fundamental, independent, Baptists. So, we naturally feel at home with churches that are conservative, fundamental, eternally-secure, independent Baptists who are not Calvinist, who are not Landmark. We are not saying that affiliations are wrong or that we are trying to avoid affiliations. Churches are free to associate with a particular camp or promote a particular association, fellowship, or college. But if you are sold on one camp, we probably aren’t in it.” Tim Stalcup