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Click to view and download the following videos and bulletin inserts. Learn more about the vast missions and ministries you support through the Missions Co-op.

Heart to Home

Youtube | MP4 | Bulletin Insert (PDF)

A Missionary by Another Name

Youtube | MP4 | Bulletin Insert (PDF)

Serving Up Hope

Youtube | MP4 | Bulletin Insert (PDF)

Living In A Water Tank

Youtube | MP4 | Bulletin Insert (PDF)

Wildfires Followed by Overflowing Love

Youtube | MP4 | Bulletin Insert (PDF)

Missions Co-op

Youtube | MP4

Programa Cooperativo

Youtube | MOV

Give Online

Now you and your church can give to the Cooperative Program online, no forms necessary. Check out the new Cooperative Program online giving page now. Questions? Contact Jim Reed at 214-828-5334 or jim.reed@texasbaptists.org. More >>

The Cooperative Program explained

The Cooperative Program, or CP as some have shortened it, really isn’t a program at all. At its core it is a cooperative way of financially supporting missions both locally and globally. It is a way of combining resources to enable more missions, evangelism and ministry to those in need and those who have yet to hear the gospel.

Working through a missions co-op allows people to pool their resources and talents to feed more hungry people, start more churches, fund more missionaries, reach more people in prisons, clothe more needy and share the hope of Christ with more people who so desperately need to hear it.

It’s more than just financial. Through a missions co-op not only are financial gifts combined to do more but so are mission trips that help us be the hands and feet of Christ while sharing His love. When the 2 million Texas Baptists work together, more people are touched and the duplication of efforts is decreased, enabling more cooperative missions around the state, nation and world. Furthermore, by focusing on key locations, entire areas can be reached through constant relationship building and mission work.

It is doing missions cooperatively to reach more people with Christ’s message of hope.