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Southern Baptist churches in the St. George, Utah, area work together in Kingdom-building to bring living water to the people who live in the parched and starkly beautiful southwestern corner of the state.
The increase in the national portion of Cooperative Program Allocation gifts is largely attributable to CP gifts forwarded by cooperating state Baptist conventions.
The Cooperative Program Stage provides an opportunity for messengers to the SBC annual meeting to hear firsthand reports about a variety of SBC missions and ministries, and “listen in” on panel discussions on important issues for Southern Baptists.
Acts for the SBC Ad Interim to Allocate CP Overage
Southern Baptists’ Cooperative Program gifts will help survivors of a succession of hurricanes that wreaked havoc on Texas, Louisiana, the Caribbean, and Florida, coupled with wildfires that have ravaged large swaths of the western United States.
Refugees from all over the world, speaking two hundred or more languages, flooding to the Triangle area of Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill, North Carolina, find in The Point International a place they belong, together.
Combat veteran Chad Hesler uses his military training as he pastors Canyon Ferry Road Baptist Church, where about one hundred people participate in Sunday morning worship.
Information on the Cooperative Program income and distribution for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
Four key Southern Baptist pastors will be casting vision for the Cooperative Program in different regions of the country as part of the “young leaders” initiative of the SBC Executive Committee.
Is the Cooperative Program still relevant today?
Let’s talk about what it looks like to be Southern Baptists on mission for God in 2017. Let’s talk at the CP Stage and Platform this summer in Phoenix.