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College students are the target of the newly-established SBC initiative called GO2, which challenges college seniors to give their first two years after graduation to the mission field.
If every Southern Baptist increased giving to international missions by the price of a single cup of coffee over the next five years, the International Mission Board would see historic growth in the number of missionaries it could fund.
A partnership with an Alabama Baptist association has helped an IMB worker build relationships with the Americas' most unreached people group.
A Letter of Encouragement from IMB President Paul Chitwood
A letter of encouragement from IMB President Paul Chitwood.
Go2 is a mobilization strategy in partnership with J. D. Greear, NAMB, and IMB encouraging recent college graduates to spend their first two years after college on mission.
Every Church Reaching Every Nation
At the IMB, we believe that every church, regardless of its location, size, or resources, has a part to play in reaching the nations with the Gospel. And the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering is one way—a vital way—your church can engage and reach the unreached.
Your gifts transform lives around the world.
Your church’s giving through the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering® has made an eternal difference.
God’s Word shows us why giving together makes sense—and, even more, how giving in your church is resounding to God’s glory around the world.
Your prayers and gifts to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering will help the Gospel continue to resound throughout the nations as you send and sustain missionaries and their work.