for week of November 23, 2014

Evening: Responding to God's Call
(Colorado) In most areas of the western United States, less than 10 percent of the population is evangelically churched, and the established churches are often small with few resources. New churches are in demand to reach the vast numbers of unbelievers. As a North American missionary serving as the Mobilization Professor at the Rocky Mountain campus of Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in Colorado, ALLAN KARR is making disciples by training future church planters and missionaries. Your prayers for Allan and his wife, KATHY, and your continued support of the Cooperative Program are needed to help raise up a new generation of missionaries.

for week of November 23, 2014

Evening: Influencing The Athletes
(East Asia) Thousands of athletes throughout East Asia comprise an unreached people group: people who share a common culture and language and have never heard the Gospel. Living a quarantined and regimented life, the athletes are selected to perform at an early age. Growing up separated from the influence of family and teachers, they look to fellow athletes and coaches — who may lack moral depth — for meaning in life. Thousands of athletes of all ages are congregated in sports schools, gyms and centers, training six to eight hours a day. Cooperative Program gifts enable Southern Baptist workers to live in the area, where they seek ways to share the Gospel with this group.

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