Is the Cooperative Program Needed Anymore?

In the fifth grade, my math teacher conveyed an idea that I’ve never been able to forget. Her goal was to draw a parallel between God and the concept of infinity, so she attempted to...[more]


COOPERATIVE PROGRAM, WHAT DO WE HAVE IN COMMON?

As Southern Baptists, we have one thing that unites us. At our core is the passion to take the gospel of Christ to those who have never heard. We work together toward that common goal. As...[more]


Survey: Cooperative Program draws pastors'...

NASHVILLE (BP) -- Southern Baptist pastors are strongly supportive of the Cooperative Program, according to a study commissioned by the SBC Executive Committee and published in its Winter...[more]


To reach beyond the valley

This Crestview Baptist Church actually does have a view of crests.The 500-member church's building is on Pisgah Drive that heads southeast from Canton through a valley surrounded by Pisgah...[more]


Alexis: Doing missions, supporting missions,...

Missions keeps Alexis Baptist Church a lively and outward-focused congregation, said pastor Sandy M. Marks, and that means both going out to do missions and supporting missions...[more]


The 1% CP Challenge

The 1% CP Challenge “is a succinct way to do something more—an understandable way to say, ‘Yeah, we can do that,’” Frank Page, president of the SBC Executive Committee, said. “It is...[more]


Pastors Value Cooperative Program

Southern Baptist pastors have high opinions of the Convention’s Cooperative Program, according to a study conducted by LifeWay Research. The survey of 1,066 SBC pastors found 81 percent...[more]