I’m 4 CP
Community Baptist Church is an unusual church. We have a diverse town and our church reflects that. Most of our time and attention are with Karen people from Myanmar in Southeast Asia. All of these folks come from a mixture of Buddhism, Animism, and Christianity.
Your church’s voluntary support of the Cooperative Program funds Missouri churches who are reaching the nations in our own backyard.
“We were different than the other mission families on the field. My parents had the security of knowing that there was always going to be a paycheck, that we were always going to have medical care… My friends from other denominations did not have those luxuries.”
Your church’s voluntary support of the Cooperative Program funds missionaries all over the world, freeing them to focus on the work of spreading the Gospel.
Ron & Terri Robinson
“I’ve always preached that we are the adopted children of God, and what an exciting concept that is. But we didn’t really understand adoption until we started adopting children.”
Your church’s voluntary support of the Cooperative Program makes the work of the Missouri Baptist Children’s Home possible. Through the work of MBCH foster parents, lives are changed.
FBC Kirksville Congo Church Plant
“Most of them are Christian, from the Congo. But it is hard because some of them once they get here, they get a job, so they forget about God.”
Joel Kabamba, Congolese Pastor, Kirksville, MO
Omar Segovia, a multiplying churches missionary with the Missouri Baptist Convention, has been assisting the church and Brother Joel. Segovia’s participation in this church plant is only one example of how the Cooperative Program has helped Missouri Baptists multiply churches across the state.
“For me, Christians were a bunch of self-righteous, hypocritical, judgmental, pharisaical people.”
Jonathan Hayashi, Worship Pastor, FBC Troy, MO
Your church’s voluntary support of the Cooperative Program makes the work of the IMB Missionaries possible. Through the work of IMB Missionaries, seeds are planted and entire families are changed.
God has used adversity in my life to prepare me for the mission field. The Cooperative Program helped ensure that I received proper training at HLGU. That’s why I’m for CP.
Cassidy Winters, 2017 graduate, HLGU
Your church’s voluntary support of the Cooperative Program makes Christian higher education possible at Hannibal-LaGrange University.