19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
Our Global IMPACT:
Lottie Moon Christmas Offering:
Lottie Moon – the namesake of the international missions offering has become something of a legend to us. Lottie was a hard-working, deep-loving Southern Baptist who labored tirelessly so others could know Jesus. Why was the offering named for this early China missionary? Throughout her career, Lottie Moon wrote numerous letters home, urging Southern Baptists to greater missions involvement and support. One of those letters triggered the Southern Baptists’ first Christmas offering for international missions, enough to send three new missionaries to China.
Annie Armstrong was a tall, stately, outspoken, strong-willed leader who was no doubt the kind of person needed in the days of a pioneer organization. An organizational genius, she was described by many as tireless. She was a self-starter and could do many things well. She had unlimited energy, was resourceful and persevering, stood up for her convictions, and expressed her opinion openly and strongly.
The Annie Armstrong Easter Offering is an annual gift that we collect for the North American Mission Board. This offering is unique because every dime collected goes directly to the missionaries who are serving throughout North America.
State Missions Offering
The Mary Hill Davis State Missions Offering support missions around Texas through strategic ministry partnership. The allocations for the offering help to fund new church starts, disaster recovery projects, Chaplains in hospitals and prisons, intercultural missions, support for bi-vocational ministers, collegiate ministries, theological education, and youth summer camps.