Baptist and Reflector
FRANKLIN — Tennessee Baptist Convention churches contributed $2,545,172 through the Cooperative Program in November, the first month of the 2020-21 fiscal year.
The amount was $99,598 or 4.1 percent more than was given in November of 2019.
The year-to-date total, however is $371,495 or 12.74 percent below budget needs after one month.
Randy C. Davis, president and executive director of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board, said he is confident Tennessee Baptists will respond generously and sacrificially to meet missions and ministry needs in the state, the nation and around the world.
“During this year of the pandemic, Tennessee Baptists faithfully gave to support Great Commission needs. Our churches have shown an unwavering commitment to sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with their gifts. We are grateful,” he said.