MISSIONS – Annie Armstrong Easter Offering
Thank you so much for giving! Because you gave so generously we surpassed our goal of $750.00 by nearly $200.00 for a final collection of $948.70.
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. Mt 28:19
Your giving to and through the AAEO you are supporting the North American Mission Board’s Send North America strategy of planting more churches to push back lostness in North America. Your gifts and prayers are making a difference. Thank you.
The Annie Armstrong Easter Offering is used exclusively and in its entirety for salaries of missionaries serving in North America and to provide them with ministry supplies. The goal this year is $70 million, and our part/goal is $750, which we exceeded. By giving to and through the AAEO you are supporting the North American Mission Board’s Send North America strategy of planting more churches to push back lostness in North America. Your gifts and prayers are making a difference. Because of these, our missionaries are equipped and prepared to share the gospel, and people are hearing it and responding in faith to Christ and growing in their walk with Him and churches are being started in places where a Southern Baptist presence has been limited.
March 6-13 is the Week of Prayer for North American Missions/Missionaries. Please use the prayer guide you will find in your 3/6 bulletin to faithfully pray for our missionaries throughout the week, and as to what your part in financially supporting them would be. We will be receiving the AAEO throughout the months of March and April.
Whether you sit in a pew or preach to a congregation, whether you shared your faith this morning or have never told someone about Jesus, every believer has a next step. Now, for Southern Baptists, that next step begins here.
What do chocolate chip cookies and your gifts to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering have in common? They’ve both helped Barry and Amy Rager start a new church in one of Indianapolis’ toughest neighborhoods.
Meaghan Bossi was the perfect picture of a troubled teen. But then you and a church planter missionary named Tony Silveira helped her find a hope and a future in Jesus Christ.