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Cooperating For The Gospel

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LifeSpring Church in Bellevue, Nebraska, where 1,200 or more people participate in weekly worship, helps defend America.
Doug Hixson, former Texas pastor, is in the process of planting his fourth church in five years in South Dakota.
Kingdom Life Church in Lansing, Michigan, gathers blacks and whites into one united congregation and exemplifies not only what can be done in race relations but also how it can be done.
Hope Chapel spreads hope in their Massachusetts community through a variety of local, state, national, and international missions.
Tucson Chinese Baptist Church serves through missions, church planting, community outreach, and giving to the Cooperative Program.
Jimmy Brown trusts the Lord—and uses common sense—whenever he goes fishing, whether the fishing hole is filled with lake water or the silt of an undredged life.
Koreans are known for their commitment to prayer and to fulfilling the Great Commission by going out or by sending others as missionaries.
Do we give up on a cooperative model which has brought us to this point? Is the model we currently use perfect?
Winning souls is the primary purpose of Emmanuel Carlinville, where about 150 people participate in Sunday morning worship.