FRANKLIN — Tennessee Baptist Convention churches gave $2,874,479 through the Cooperative Program in February.
After failing to meet budget needs during the first two months of the 2022-23 fiscal year, CP gifts are now ahead of budget needs after four months.
For the year-to-date, Tennessee Baptists have given $12,202,447, an increase of $47,141 or 0.4 percent over the previous year. CP gifts are also $535,780 or 4.59 percent over budget needs through the first quarter of the year.
“We are grateful for how Tennessee Baptists continue to respond generously to meet Great Commission needs not only in our state, but around the world,” said Randy C. Davis, president and executive director of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board. “To God be the glory!” B&R