Founding Vision

The Mission is a 501(c)3 non-denominational christian community outreach located in West Point, Mississippi. We believe people matter and that generational strongholds can be broken. By offering help to individuals in need, they will have an opportunity to reach their God given Potential.


Brother Dickie Bryan

Pastor R.C. “Dickie” Bryan has been in ministry for over 40 years. After leaving his family owned business, Bryan Foods, he found true hope and freedom after giving his life to Jesus Christ and went into full time ministry. His first wife of fifty years Donna, now in glory with Jesus, was a passionate believer in Jesus and was instrumental in leading Dickie to our Lord. After attending Mid-South Bible College in Memphis, TN, he invested 20 years as pastor at Hebron Baptist Church and started Hebron Christian School in Pheba, MS. Dickie’s passion for reaching the lost lead him to travel full time sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ at churches and prisons across the U.S. He served as past president of Coaches for Christ, Campers on Mission and is now Senior Pastor of Fellowship Baptist Church. Dickie is active in Celebrate Recovery, Hellfighters Motorcycle Ministries and Campers on Mission. Dickie is married to Mary Todd Bryan. 


Don Cotton

 Don comes to us from Miami, FL. After 18 years in ministry he has returned home to West Point to continue the next season of life as a volunteer at The Mission. He will be developing the program curriculum and overseeing our Men's transitional housing program. Don has a wealth of experience in this field. He worked for 11 years at two rehab/transitional facilities in Pompano Beach, FL (208 beds) and Hollywood, FL (128 beds) where he was a Program Supervisor.  Don received his Associates Degree in Addiction Studies and a Bachelors Degree in Psychology at Kaplan University. He also attended Seminary and has a diploma in Theology. Don attends St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church and lives in West Point, MS.