'State Missions' Tagged Posts

'State Missions' Tagged Posts

Janie Chapman Missions Offering – How Your Gift Helps #6

One way that our Rocky Creek Family can help participate in Missions is through the Janie Chapman Missions Offering. This special offering in September of every year helps to support mission work in and through South Carolina. There will be a number of web-posts about this offering and each one will try to share a different aspect of how the Janie Chapman Missions Offering is used.  As you read over these, consider how you could participate and give to this important offering.…

Janie Chapman Missions Offering – How Your Gift Helps #5

The Janie Chapman Missions Offering is a vital tool to help fund Missions in and through South Carolina. Every year in September, SC Baptist Churches are asked to pray for SC Missions and consider giving to this special offering.  Each of the posts about the Janie Chapman Missions Offering will share some aspect of how the Janie Chapman funds are used.  As you read over these posts consider how God is working in and through SC Baptists, and how you can…

Janie Chapman Missions Offering – How Your Gift Helps – #2

One way that our Rocky Creek Family can help participate in Missions is through the Janie Chapman Missions Offering. This special offering in September of every year helps to support mission work in and through South Carolina. There will be a number of web-posts about this offering and each one will try to share a different aspect of how the Janie Chapman Missions Offering is used.  As you read over these, consider how you could participate and give to this important offering.…

Janie Chapman Missions Offering – How Your Gift Helps #4

One way that our Rocky Creek Family can help participate in Missions is through the Janie Chapman Missions Offering. This special offering in September of every year helps to support mission work in and through South Carolina. There will be a number of web-posts about this offering and each one will try to share a different aspect of how the Janie Chapman Missions Offering is used.  As you read over these, consider how you could participate and give to this important offering.…

Janie Chapman Missions Offering – How Your Gift Helps #3

The Janie Chapman Missions Offering is a vital tool to help fund Missions in and through South Carolina. Every year in September, SC Baptist Churches are asked to pray for SC Missions and consider giving to this special offering.  Each of the posts about the Janie Chapman Missions Offering will share some aspect of how the Janie Chapman funds are used.  As you read over these posts consider how God is working in and through SC Baptists, and how you can…

Janie Chapman Missions Offering – How Your Gift Helps – #1

The Janie Chapman Missions Offering is a vital tool to help fund Missions in and through South Carolina. Every year in September, SC Baptist Churches are asked to pray for SC Missions and consider giving to this special offering. Each of the posts about the Janie Chapman Missions Offering will share some aspect of how the Janie Chapman funds are used.  As you read over these posts consider how God is working in and through SC Baptists, and how you can…

Janie Chapman Missions Offering

Every year, SC Baptist Churches are encouraged to collect money for a special offering in September to help support SC missions.  It is called the Janie Chapman Missions Offering.  The funds collected are used to help fund mission work in South Carolina, as well as throughout the world – through SC Baptists.  The state goal for this offering is $1,800,000, and those funds are used in a number of different ways. SERVE– Needs Among The Lost SHARE – Hope With…

State Missions Offering

Janie Chapman Offering for State Missions For State Missions, Missions Education, and Great Commission Living Here is what it is…. Each year in September, South Carolina Baptists focus on State Missions through prayer and finances.  This offering is named the “Janie Chapman Offering for State Missions” after the first president of the SC Woman’s Missionary Union in 1937.  The funds raised from this annual offering help to support Evangelism, Church Planting, Training, Educational Ministries, and much more (see the link…

Three Churches In One

Strengthening Churches “What a beautiful historic church!” That may be the first comment of a visitor to Charleston who sees Citadel Square Baptist Church. In 1854 the members of First Baptist Church saw the need for a church out on the edge of the city and planted Citadel Square on Meeting Street. No longer on the “edge” but in the heart of Charleston, the church has had a vital ministry for more than 160 years. Pastor David Walker leads this…

Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Fires… Broken Homes and Broken Lives

Disaster Relief / RebuildSC Earlier this summer, Rocky Creek sent a small team of four men to Nichols, SC to work at Nichols Baptist Church, which had been damaged by flooding in October 2016.  Nearly all of the 261 homes in the town were left uninhabitable.  Our team helped the church repair it’s sanctuary and soon the church will be hosting teams that come to work on houses in the area. With Hurricane Harvey having just blasted Texas and Louisiana,…

What Good Is A Dying Church Anyway?

STARTING: REPLANTING A CHURCH What happens when a church’s membership becomes too small? The people want to do great things for the Lord, but not enough money or hands are available to accomplish those worthy goals. This was the dilemma for Oak Grove Church in Spartanburg in 2015. They were down to 40 members, most of whom were senior adults. Finding themselves without a pastor, they called church planting strategist James Nugent to serve as interim. Not far away, Hub…

Changing Lives Through Baptist Collegiate Ministries

Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM) Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM) across South Carolina saw a collective 337 students give their lives to Christ during this past school year. According to Collegiate Ministry Group Director Ken Owens, of the South Carolina Baptist Convention, these 17 ministries (17 different campus BCM groups) have been intentional in their focus on evangelism and outreach; and they are seeing tremendous campus response. “We are being intentional to share the hope of the gospel with every life on…
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