“OBEDIENCE AND FAITHFULNESS TO GOD GUIDES EVERYTHING WE DO INCLUDING THE STEWARDSHIP AND DISTRIBUTIONS OF FUNDS TO MAKE SIGNIFICANT KINGDOM IMPACT.” 

Arkansas Baptists desire to see ministries, churches, Christian higher education and Southern Baptist causes grow and multiply. As these ministry efforts increase, that usually means there is a felt need for more funding and resources.    

The Arkansas Baptist Foundation, one of the six Cooperative Program and Arkansas Baptist entities, plays a key role in this growth and multiplication. Since they were established in 1949, the Foundation has distributed almost half a billion dollars to Kingdom mission causes with $180 million distributed since 2015. There are likely thousands of people around the world who have come to Christ as a direct result of these resources. 

As Arkansas Baptists give generously through the Cooperative Program, they fuel the daily efforts of the Foundation as they serve individuals in facilitating charitable gifts, establishing legacy giving estate plans and serve churches through financial and administrative resources. The services are offered free of charge. 

PRAYER POINTS: Pray that God will continue to call people to serve at the Foundation as staff that are committed to faithfulness and obedience to Him above all. Pray for the leadership of the Foundation that they will be committed to maintaining a servant’s posture toward churches and entities of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention. 

When you give to your church, you give to missions through the Cooperative Program, bringing the Good News to the whole world. Find more CP resources at ABSC.org/CPShare. 

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