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The increase in the national portion of Cooperative Program Allocation gifts is largely attributable to CP gifts forwarded by cooperating state Baptist conventions.
Information on the Cooperative Program income and distribution for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
The Cooperative Program was launched in 1925 as a threefold system of support.
The SBC Cooperative Program Allocation Budget is totally dependent on the support of two sets of Baptist bodies.
A collection of stories from Baptist Press about the Cooperative Program.
Despite Five-Year Declines in Per Capita Giving, Church Membership
Despite a five-year decline in church membership and a corresponding decrease in per capita giving, the national portion of CP shows signs of rebounding through the first four months of fiscal 2014–2015.
Forty-four Executive Committee members were able to travel to Nashville to comprise a quorum—half of the EC’s eighty-two members, plus one—before an ice storm crippled the city during the EC’s February 16–17 meeting.
Southern Baptist pastors are strongly supportive of the Convention’s Cooperative Program, according to a study commissioned by the SBC Executive Committee last spring.
Simply put, the 1% CP Challenge has the potential to be the rising tide that raises all the SBC ministry boats our cooperating churches support.
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