The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering
Southern Baptists send missionaries from their churches, through IMB, to go into the world making disciples in the name of Jesus. In that partnership, Southern Baptists provide the funding to send and support these missionaries and their ministries. The more resources they provide, the more missionaries can be sent.
“As the body of Christ, we’re like an orchestra … each member is so vital, is so important for making beautiful music. So just like your giving is so important in us coming to Sweden, we can work together … through sharing his love with others,” church planter/musician Anissa Haney says.
Your giving has a place in God’s story!
Southern Baptist churches partner with their associations, state conventions and the SBC to do more through the Cooperative Program than they could ever do alone. It provides of IMB’s total income.
Lottie Moon Christmas Offering
The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering provides the largest portion of IMB’s income — — and gives Southern Baptists a chance to support their missionaries through 100 percent of their gifts.
Hunger and relief funds, field-generated funds, investment returns and other income constitute the remaining of IMB’s income.
Week of Prayer
December 4-11, 2016
This year’s eight Week of Prayer stories illustrate how we are united as we join God in His work. When you pray and give, you support those who extend your outreach from your church to those without Christ. You become part of God’s story around the world!
In these Week of Prayer stories, you will learn how your support enables your missionaries to:
- help churches like yours partner on the field
- share Jesus through human needs ministries
- disciple church planters to take the Gospel to their own people
- reach people creatively through songwriting and broadcasts
- take the Scripture to a remote people in their heart language
- minister even in war grounds
What will be your part?
If you do not receive your Week of Prayer posters, brochures or offering envelopes please contact your state WMU office.