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La. church 'conduit for what God gives us'COUSHATTA, La. -- The Cooperative Program came up during last month's meeting of the missions committee at Fairview Baptist Church in Coushatta.
The group was discussing a parachurch sports ministry Fairview Coushatta has financially assisted for several years. When a person raised a question about the amount necessary for assistance, pastor Matt Endris took the opportunity to show some of the benefits of Cooperative Program giving. Read More
COOPERATIVE PROGRAM: A lifelong journey
Paul Kim recounts how Southern Baptists' Cooperative Program has been a key part of his lifelong journey as a pastor and church planter. Read More
COOPERATIVE PROGRAM: Celebrating & strengthening our cooperative work
Southern Baptists must not take the Cooperative Program for granted, seminary president Jason Allen writes. "We neglect it, or minimize it, to our own peril" in seeking to impact the world for Christ, he writes. Read More
Rummage elected Fla. pres.; CP commitment continuesCLEARWATER, Fla. (BP) -- Messengers attending the 2016 Florida Baptist State Convention elected Brandon pastor Stephen Rummage as president and approved a $30 million Cooperative Program budget for 2017 that continues to send 51 percent to the Southern Baptist Convention while retaining 49 percent for missions and ministries in the state.
The meeting, held Nov. 14-15 at Calvary Baptist Church in Clearwater, focused on the theme: "Gathering to Exhort, Stir Up and Send Out." Read More
TalkCP new online forum for SBC Gospel workNASHVILLE (BP) -- A new online forum to discuss the work and support of Southern Baptist missions and ministries fueled by the Cooperative Program has been launched at TalkCP.com.
Designed to meet the needs of the next generation of Southern Baptists, the site features blogposts from notable SBC entity heads, pastors and other leaders as well as archived interviews conducted on the CP platform and stage at the 2016 SBC annual meeting in St. Louis. Read More
Animated video spotlights CP's 'broad, sweeping reach'ALEXANDRIA, La. (BP) -- The Cooperative Program's full reach likely won't be grasped until its supporters reach heaven and see the many nations and individuals who've benefitted from Southern Baptists' giving, Matt Tullos told Baptist Press.
Tullos, associate director of Communications and Stewardship for the Louisiana Baptist Convention, said the LBC's latest animated video seeks to spotlight CP's reach, using a child's dream to tell the story. Read More
Texas church committed to local & global ministryFARMERSVILLE, Texas (BP) -- Every day since devastating tornadoes touched down in rural communities northeast of Dallas this past December, First Baptist Church of Farmersville has been helping people recover.
Three or four times annually the last four years, the Texas church has ministered to an unreached people group in Senegal, West Africa. In January, members worked with an Iowa church in ministering to a nearby people group. Read More
1% CP Challenge met by 4,422 churches
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee President Frank S. Page has personally signed letters to more than 4,400 Southern Baptist churches that have met or exceeded the 1% Cooperative Program Challenge.
Recognized for their contributions are 3,846 congregations that met the challenge for the first time during the 2013-14 fiscal year (Oct. 1-Sept. 30) and 576 that met the challenge for two ... Read More
CP 1.40 percent ahead of YTD budget projectionNASHVILLE (BP) -- Year-to-date contributions to Southern Baptist Convention national and international missions and ministries received by the SBC Executive Committee have exceeded $158 million, according to a news release from SBC Executive Committee President Frank S. Page. Read More
Future of missions spotlighted by CP panelCOLUMBUS, Ohio (BP) -- David Platt of the International Mission Board and Kevin Ezell of the North American Mission Board addressed during a panel discussion the future of Southern Baptist missions and the two organization's efforts to work more closely together.
The two mission agency presidents spoke for 20 minutes on the Cooperative Program stage in the exhibits area of the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting in Columbus, Ohio. Read More