This webpage is dedicated to sharing information about the place, plans and preparation for the Mississippi Free Will Baptist mission work at New Albany, Mississippi. Check back from time to time to see the progress.
Your investment of prayers, finances and time can be utilized in the coming days, months and years as a Bible preaching, God-exalting, the evangelistic congregation is established.
Pray for the members of our mission board as they diligently continue to develop and engage in strategy for this new endeavor!

From Our Mission Board

We are thankful for the many inquiries about the potential ministry for reaching souls in New Albany. We regard this ministry as a cooperative effort of believers around the state and not a just “mission board project”. Those chosen to serve on this board met in June and developed a strategy to  pursue in the selection of a missionary to New Albany. Guidelines were agreed upon that establish expectations of the candidate. With continued prayer, contacts are being made to receive resumes of interested candidates. The interview process will begin as soon as sufficient information is complied. It is important to “find God’s man for the mission”. Once the candidate is approved, an itinerary schedule can take shape so that every church can have an opportunity to bond together to back the man. Begin now to help save souls that are “drowning in sin”. Your support will send a message to any missionary candidate that our state is ready.  Thank you for your concern and contribution.


God Bless

State Missions Board

About New Albany

New Albany is a city in Union County, Mississippi, United States. The population was 8,526 at the 2010 census. New Albany is the county seat of Union County. New Albany was first organized in 1840 at the site of a grist mill and saw mill on the Tallahatchie River and was developed as a river port. New Albany is the birthplace of author William Faulkner as well as Eli Whiteside and Bettie Wilson and the adopted home of Morris Futorian, father of the Northeast Mississippi furniture industry. As of 2010 New Albany has a population of 8,526 and is known for its education system, well-educated labor force and strong work ethic. The city houses modern factories, robust neighborhoods and vibrant shopping centers, while at the same time preserving its historic downtown area.
Organized in 1840 at the site of a grist mill and a saw mill on the Tallahatchie River near the intersection of two historic Chickasaw Indian trade trails, the town developed as a river port and as a regional center for agriculture and commerce. The Civil War interrupted this progress, however, as Union troops swept through the city and burned all but a few buildings.
Union County was formed from parts of neighboring Lee, Pontotoc, and Tippah Counties in 1870, with New Albany designated as county seat. The city’s new role as a center of government led to renewed economic activity. Citizens’ efforts in the late 1880s to secure a railroad through New Albany were rewarded with two railroads connecting the community to points north, south, east and west. Depot clerk for one of the railroads was the father of William Faulkner. Born in 1897 in a single-story clapboard house, Faulkner went on to write 19 novels and 75 short stories, winning the coveted Nobel Prize and the Pulitzer Prize twice for his work.



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