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.
CP Funds Student Missions [Tennessee] ZACHARY HUNN, a student at the University of
Tennessee, Knoxville, served last summer as a NAMB GenSend
missionary in Edmonton, Ontario. Through GenSend, he served
Canadian National Baptist church plants in the city for 10 weeks.
Thanks to your gifts through the Cooperative Program, Zachary got a
firsthand look at what it means to serve on the front lines of ministry
in one of North America’s toughest-to-reach cities. Pray that God will
continue to use experiences like GenSend to prepare him for a life on
mission. Also, pray that God will bring other believers to Edmonton to
build upon the missionary activity of Zachary and others.
for week of June 26, 2016
Tearing Down Demonic Strongholds [Mozambique] Nearly a year after receiving Christ, Adel* made one of the
most difficult choices of her life—to abandon her past as a witchdoctor
and tear down the hut where she practiced. Three days later, BRIAN and
BECKY HARRELL, who are supported through the Cooperative Program,
received a call in the middle of the night reporting spiritual attacks in the
village. They prayed for Adel’s family and for the people of the village as
demonic attacks continued. Finally, one man renounced his witchcraft,
destroyed amulets in his home and accepted Christ. The darkness is strong,
but the light of Christ is stronger.
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