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Giving by Designation

The following report reflects all funds received by the South Carolina Baptist Convention for the stated period. They include Cooperative Program, Lottie Moon, Annie Armstrong, Janie Chapman and other specifically designated contributions. All funds are forwarded to the appropriate agency the month after they are received.

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Giving by Church

The following report reflects all funds received by the South Carolina Baptist Convention for the stated period. They include Cooperative Program, Lottie Moon, Annie Armstrong, Janie Chapman and other specifically designated contributions. All funds are forwarded to the appropriate agency the month after they are received.

Helping Ethnic Churches Multiply and Send

The FINISH initiative was begun to help churches FIND the over 250,000 foreign born who live in South Carolina,  IDENTIFY the unreached and underserved peoples near them, NURTURE church engagement through prayer, strategically connecting with associations and church partners, INITIATE ministry by sharing the love of Christ with unreached peoples that God has sovereignly brought …

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Support Starting Churches

The FINISH initiative is designed to serve churches in identifying, engaging, and initiating ministry among the over 250,000 foreign-born in SC. What does it mean to serve people from other cultures today by SUPPORTING new churches among them? Over the last year, SCBC churches around the state have engaged in the FINISH process and the …

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Coaching Collaborative

The Coaching Collaborative is a network where leaders are challenged and encouraged by fellow leaders to use their sphere of influence to make a Kingdom impact. This network helps Christian women see their relational space, capacity, and influence as God-given opportunities to share hope. This collaborative will include ministers’ wives, women’s ministry leaders, small group …

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