NASHVILLE (BP) — Executive Committee members voted Feb. 20 to recommend a 2024-25 Cooperative Program Allocation Budget of $190,250,000 based on current CP receipts and detailed predictive analysis of state convention projected budgets.
NASHVILLE (BP) – A record contribution through the Cooperative Program from one state convention reflects gains others have experienced in gifts received through Southern Baptists’ primary missions-supporting mechanism.
NASHVILLE (BP) – A different method of reporting gifts through the Cooperative Program has provided a clearer picture as to the state of giving, SBC Executive Committee staff say.
NASHVILLE (BP) – National Cooperative Program giving for January missed the budgeted goal by more than 4 percent, bringing year-to-date totals to 3.6 percent below budget.
GILLETTE, Wyo. (BP) – A Florida transplant with a rodeo background two years ago relaunched what was started in 1963 as Gillette’s First Southern Baptist Church and in 1971 renamed Westside Baptist Church.
At the start of this new year, I’d like to invite all of us as Southern Baptists to think of 2024 as the year before a big birthday. I’d like us to think in terms of anticipation, excited expectancy, and yes, year-long preparation for 2025, when together we will celebrate the 100th birthday of the Cooperative Program.
NASHVILLE (BP) – National Cooperative Program giving for December was slightly above the budget goal, while year-to-date totals remain just over 3 percent below budget three months into the fiscal year.
HORSHAM, Pa. – Riverside Community Church, planted in 2000, has started four other churches, all with men from the church.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP) – An in-depth look at state and regional conventions across the Southern Baptist Convention shows a deliberate intent by state/regional leaders to work together and promote unity of purpose.
SPOKANE, Wash. (BP) – For many people, Christmas means family – even family that may not be kin.