When you give to your local SBC of Virginia church, a portion of your offering is given to the Cooperative Program (CP). Through CP, your gifts then join with the gifts of others to support missions locally and around the world.
A roundup of logos, videos, and materials to both educate your church about CP and promote CP.
The 2011 SBC of Virginia Annual Homecoming was at Grove Avenue Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia. The event featured speakers Mark Becton, Stephen Rummage, Kevin Ezell, and Herb Reavis Jr. as well as a special inauguration service for IMB president Tom Elliff on Monday evening.
In a strategic move to free more resources for the harvest, the Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia are breaking ground on a new mission support center facility.
Your giving through the Cooperative Program fills the hands of ministries around the world.
History has shown that amazing things can happen when people work together. Through the Cooperative Program, Southern Baptists are working together for the Kingdom of God.
Through the Cooperative Program, you become the hands and feet of missions as your gifts make possible work around the globe.
A lot can change in just 12 short months. The changes that we’re seeing can bode well for Kingdom work across the SBC. At least in this state convention, one thing hasn’t changed—a sincere, sacrificial commitment to both CP and church planting in word and deed.
Then SBC of Virginia Executive Director Dr. Jeff Ginn responds to the final report of the Great Commission Resurgence Task Force in 2010.
At the SBCV 2009 Annual Homecoming, the member churches of the SBCV voted to approve the Vision 20/20 Report, a comprehensive vision for the next ten years of ministry, which included the proposal that by 2020, a full 52.5% of SBCV CP receipts would go on to SBC national and international missions.