“My little children, let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth.” -
KY Baptist News
2015 LOTTIE MOON CHRISTMAS OFFERING
Your giving enables missionaries to be sent to make disciples and multiply churches among unreached peoples and places for the glory of God.
10 April, 2018
Without support of the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering, Kentucky Baptists Scott & Joyce Pittman could not reach Brazilians with the Gospel. Check out this video about how they're working to reach the millions of Sao Paulo residents with the love of Christ.
Who is Lottie?
Lottie Moon – the namesake of Southern Baptists’ international missions offering – has become a legend. But in her time Lottie was anything but an untouchable hero. In fact, she was like today's missionaries. She labored tirelessly so her people group could know Jesus.
"Why should we not, do something that will prove that we are really in earnest in claiming to be followers of him who, though he was rich, for our sake became poor?"
Lottie Moon, Sept. 15, 1887, Tungchow
YOUR IMPACT through the #LottieMoon Christmas Offering
"We are God's missionary people, sharing the only hope for this broken world".That is why we send, why we go and why we give, because God is.
SUGGESTIONS FOR WEEK OF PRAYER
IDEAS FOR SUNDAY/WEDNESDAY/SUNDAY:
Use these key days when your members are gathered to pray together for featured missionaries:
IDEAS FOR THE OTHER FIVE DAYS:
Share links to each day’s story, photo gallery and video with your members to remind them to pray for featured workers and their ministry partners.
Ask prayer teams and small groups who meet on these days to pray.
Host a special Week of Prayer event.
THE LETTER THAT STARTED IT ALL
The following letter, written by Lottie Moon on Sept. 15, 1887, was printed in the Foreign Mission Journal in December of that year. It is credited with providing the impetus for the creation of a Southern Baptist offering to support international missions, which later became the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions.
Read the “letter that started it all” written by Lottie on Sept. 15, 1887.