A humorous take on how different generations of Southern Baptists relate to the Cooperative Program.
September 22–29, 2013 | Goal: $250,000
Now 99, Owens recalls the vote that ushered in the CP as a system of financial support for the missions and ministries of Southern Baptists within state conventions and globally.
This week focuses on Caryn Jette, a NAMB missionary to Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, and on the importance of being co-laborers with God
Download a powerpoint slide to promote CP sunday and resources to teach your church about the Cooperative Program.
Week of Prayer: March 3-10 | SBC of Virginia Goal: $1.25 Million
October 14 | Since its inception in 1974, Southern Baptists have given more than $235 million through the Southern Baptist World Hunger Fund.
Poverty is extreme in the slums of Delhi, India -- the eighth-largest city in the world -- but Southern Baptists are making a life-changing difference for 90 children and their families through the World Hunger Fund.
It doesn't take a lot of money to make a difference for hungry people in North America. For example, $50 will feed 250 homeless people in New York City at soup kitchens and sack lunch distributions.
In 2011, Sonia Kaylor served through Families on Mission. The experience stuck, and in 2012, three generations of her family returned to be involved in this ministry.
The Lord changed Doug King's life through the ministry of Access Church. Your support through Vision Virginia gives church plants like Access tools to expand their ministries even more.
Onancock Baptist had struggled to find a someone who could connect with their youth, but that changed thanks to a ministry intern and the support of the Vision Virginia State Missions Offering.