Annie Armstrong's mission work encompassed people of all cultures, races, ages, and economic levels. Every year at Easter, the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering is collected for North American Missions.
100% of your gift goes directly to missionary's salaries and ministry supplies. Help Southern Baptist Missionaries spread the Good News!
For more about Annie Armstrong, click on the picture.
Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for
For more than 150 years, Southern Baptist missionaries have labored to carry the Gospel to the lost world. While much has been accomplished, there are still more than 3,340 of the world’s nearly 11,600 people groups who continue to live in spiritual darkness.
You have the blessing to participate in this year’s Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions.
National Goal: $170 million
State Goal: $5.5 million
CHARLOTTE "Lottie" DIGGES MOON ( 1840 - 1912 )
Who was Lottie Moon?
Lottie Moon - the namesake of the international missions offering
- has become something of a legend to us. But in her time Lottie was anything but an untouchable hero. In fact, she was like today's missionaries. She was a hard-working, deep-loving Southern Baptist who labored tirelessly so her people group could know Jesus.
Why was the offering named for this early China missionary? Throughout her career, Lottie Moon wrote numerous letters home, urging Southern Baptists to greater missions involvement and support. One of those letters triggered Southern Baptists' first Christmas offering for international missions - enough to send three new missionaries to China.
When she set sail for China, Lottie was 32 years old. She had turned down a marriage proposal and left her job, home and family to follow God’s lead. Her path wasn’t typical for an educated woman from a wealthy Southern family. But Lottie did not serve a typical God. He had gripped her with the Chinese peoples’ need for a Savior.
If you would like to know more about Lottie Moon and her efforts to further the spread of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, visit the Southern Baptist International Mission Board Website.