When Bob Boone stepped up to the pulpit at Twin Cities Baptist Church in May of 2022, there were 10 individuals in attendance. “I came to fill in for one Sunday because they were without a pastor, and I’ve been here ever since,” Boone said. In the meantime, Boone is attempting to help the church…
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An advancing Great Commission church is a strong church that serves communities, shares hope with neighbors, sends missionaries around the world, and starts new churches. Our total Great Commission investment through the Cooperative Program, special mission offerings, and direct giving can be categorized into these five areas. The primary investment is sending missionaries, with a
Since 1925, the Cooperative Program has been a driving force behind the work of South Carolina Baptists in fulfilling the Great Commission. The Cooperative Program is a unified funding plan that allows churches to work together to support mission work, evangelism, education, disaster relief, and other vital ministries. A Collaborative Approach Through the Cooperative Program,
SCBaptists believe EVERY LIFE counts and EACH CHURCH can advance. South Carolina Baptists are a family of churches cooperating to advance the Great Commission together. The South Carolina Baptist Convention team is on mission to help each church advance the Great Commission together. We mobilize missionaries and develop leaders. Advancing Churches Strong, advancing churches serve
Stephen and Holly Wright are passionate missionaries serving in Bangkok, Thailand. Because of the faithful giving of SCBaptists to the Cooperative Program, they are able to serve alongside local Thai churches. Their mission is dedicated to impacting the lives of the 15 million individuals residing in Bangkok, bringing hope of the Gospel to each heart
“We’re seeing God do wonderful things in sending out missionaries in their own community,” Mark McCrary said. Bev and Mark McCrary serve as missionary personnel in the Asia-Pacific Rim with the International Mission Board. With the instrumental role of SCBaptists in sending out missionaries to reach the unreached and unengaged people worldwide, the McCrarys specifically
Homer and Janette Reeves are devoted missionaries of the North American Mission Board based in New York City. Together, they work alongside a Nepali church plant in Queens, where they plan events for church ministries, teach Sunday school, lead Bible studies, and organize and teach ESL classes. They also work with church planters and their
Pastored by Chris Richards, Steel City Church exists to learn and live the ways of Jesus. Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Richards invites SCBaptists to unite in prayer for the church as they passionately serve their neighborhood of Greenfield, encompassing approximately 8,000 individuals. Recognizing the significance of collective effort, Richards expresses gratitude for the generous contributions
South Carolina Baptist, our family of churches, our associations, our ministry partners, all cooperate together. We see a day when every man, every woman, every generation, each nation, each pastor, each campus is saturated with the hope of the gospel. Every life counts. Each church can fulfill the great commission through cooperation together.