The Cooperative Program is Southern Baptists’ unified plan of giving through which cooperating Southern Baptist churches give a percentage of their undesignated receipts in support of their respective state convention and the Southern Baptist Convention missions and ministries.
Sharing a Testimony [Eurasia] Christian workers TERRY and FAYRENE WILLET moved to Germany with their four children. Both planned to share the gospel with Germans, but Fayrene was worried about her effectiveness in sharing the gospel without having German fluency and while taking care of her children at home. Then God brought an evangelism opportunity right to her doorstep. Jehovah’s Witnesses were active in that German neighborhood, and they spoke fluent English. Fayrene invited the Jehovah’s Witness missionaries into her home for coffee, and she shared her testimony. Continue to give generously through the Cooperative Program so the gospel will spread in Eurasia.
for week of April 23, 2017
Reaching the Unchurched of Detroit [Michigan] As a church planting catalyst, KEVIN LITCHFIELD discovers and deploys church planters to metro Detroit. He says only 7 percent of the region is considered “churched.” A large number of Muslims live in the region with the suburb of Dearborn alone having more than 45,000. Half the city of Hamtramck comes from Bangladesh and Yemen. The Detroit metro area also has extreme poverty. Your gifts through the Cooperative Program help Kevin encourage and equip church planters whom God has called to this difficult mission field. Pray for the 1.3 million residents of Oakland County. Currently, there are no active church plants in the county.
Missionary Moments Planning Guide
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