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CP giving finishes first quarter 10 percent above last year, 5 percent above budget

NASHVILLE (BP) – At the end of the first quarter of the 2021-22 fiscal year, giving through the national Cooperative Program Allocation Budget continues to remain strong with more than $50 million given to national and international missions and ministries – an increase of more than 10 percent over last year’s giving totals.

Las donaciones para el PC continúan con un fuerte comienzo del año fiscal; casi un 5 por ciento por encima del presupuesto

NASHVILLE (BP) - Las donaciones de las iglesias bautistas del sur a través del Programa Cooperativo no muestran signos de desaceleración a medida que el 2021 llega a su fin. Dos meses después de este año fiscal, las donaciones cooperativas están casi un 5 por ciento por encima del presupuesto y por encima de las donaciones durante la misma época del año pasado por casi el mismo margen.

CP giving continues strong start to fiscal year; above budget by nearly 5 percent

NASHVILLE (BP) – Giving by Southern Baptist churches through the Cooperative Program shows no signs of slowing down as 2021 comes to a close. Two months into this fiscal year, cooperative giving is nearly 5 percent above budget and above giving through the same time last year by nearly the same margin.

CP giving starts strong to begin fiscal year

NASHVILLE (BP) – As a new budget year gets underway, Southern Baptists continue to exhibit financial faithfulness and generosity resulting in a strong start to the 2022 fiscal year. Gifts through the National Cooperative Program Allocation Budget topped $16.7 million, exceeding budget expectations by more than 5.8 percent.

Cooperative Program giving tops $192 million, exceeds budget projections for the year

NASHVILLE (BP) – SBC Executive Committee president Ronnie Floyd announced Wednesday (Oct. 6) that giving through the National Cooperative Program Budget Allocation topped $192.2 million for the 2020-21 fiscal year. In doing so, budget estimates for the year were exceeded by nearly $5.4 million.

Southern Baptist pastors, leaders weigh in on EC-Task Force stalemate

NASHVILLE (BP) – Leaders across the Southern Baptist Convention are voicing their concerns about the process of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee’s work toward an independent third-party investigation of issues related to sexual abuse.

Guidepost Solutions selected to conduct independent review, Executive Committee ‘welcomes’ announcement

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (BP) – A task force appointed by Southern Baptist Convention President Ed Litton has selected Guidepost Solutions to oversee a third-party review of the SBC Executive Committee’s past handling of sexual abuse issues.

Las donaciones para el Programa Cooperativo nacional están 8.33% por encima del presupuesto a un mes de que termine el año fiscal

NASHVILLE (BP) - A medida que el año fiscal llega a su fin, las donaciones a través del Presupuesto de Asignación del Programa Cooperativo de la CBS se mantienen muy por encima del presupuesto después de que las donaciones totales en agosto ascendieran a poco menos de $ 16,9 millones. A un mes de que termine el año fiscal, las donaciones han superado la proyección presupuestaria todos los meses del año, excepto dos: diciembre y febrero.

National Cooperative Program giving 4.44% above budget with one month left in fiscal year

NASHVILLE (BP) – As the fiscal year winds to a close, giving through the SBC Cooperative Program Allocation Budget remains well above budget after total gifts in August amounted to just under $16.9 million. With one month left in the fiscal year, giving has surpassed the budget projection every month of the year except two – December and February.

Independent review task force releases update, calls for proposals

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (BP) – Members of a seven-member task force named to oversee an independent, third-party review of the SBC Executive Committee's handling of sexual abuse claims have released an update calling for proposals from firms interested in conducting the review.