Special Reports
Video Clip: Oyster Aid

Oyster Aid - A Story of Local Missions & Ministry from Florida Baptist Media Services on Vimeo.

Video credits: Florida Baptist Media Services
Posted: 2/22/2011

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Run for Their Lives
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Visit Hope’s Harvest food ministry at First Baptist Church of Cottage Hill, one of more than 145 church-based food ministries in Florida. Your World Hunger Offering gift provides supplemental funding for ministries like this across America and around the world where Jesus, the Bread of Life, is shared with every package of food. Learn more at flbaptist.org/MoneyMatters/AnnualOfferings/WorldHungerOffering.aspx.

Hunger Awareness Offering 2010
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As we celebrate America’s birthday, this new 90-second worship video calls us as individual Christians and as congregations of believers to pray for our nation, pray for our leaders, and pray for one another. Even beyond this holiday weekend, the need for constant, fervent prayer – for our nation, for our president, for one another – will go on. This timeless video can help pastors and church leaders throughout the year call their church members to prayer.

Pray for Our Nation 2010
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Hurricane season is upon us and some 6,000 Florida Baptist disaster relief volunteers are trained to do mass feeding, debris removal and clean-up, provide clean water, offer temporary child care, and bring spiritual care to rescuers, victims and families.

Trained and Ready - Florida Baptist Disaster Relief
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A Great Commission Resurgence
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Take a look at the history of the Cooperative Program and see how it undergirds the global missions strategy of Southern Baptists as it enables church planting, evangelism and strengthening believers on the Florida mission field.

The CP Factor
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The pastor of Relevant Church in Hialeah explains why his church supports missions through the Cooperative Program.

What the Cooperative Program means to Danny Egipciaco
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