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2012 Lottie Moon Goal Announced

Posted by Rick on October 29, 2012

The Annual Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions goal for 2012 is $175,000,000.00.  100% of the offering goes to support international missions efforts of the Southern Baptist Convention.

The 2012 Lottie Moon goal for our church is $1250.

Offering envelopes will be available soon. Meanwhile, you can mark your checks or regular offering envelopes “Lottie Moon”.


2 Responses to “2012 Lottie Moon Goal Announced”

  1. Bert Yates said

    Thank you for what you and your church are doing to promote the Lottie Moon 2012 emphasis. I’m one of the many employed by the IMB who depend upon not just your financial support, but the prayer and personnel support you offer! My husband and I have served in Kenya since 1978, so we have depended upon your support and been very thankful for it for a long time, thus a simple THANK YOU seems lacking! Yes, Kenya is now home for us as it is for our three kids (both our girls were born in Kenya), who now live in the Raleigh, NC, area.

    Jack and I left Greensboro, NC, 34 years ago to serve for one year with the Mission Service Corp, but that first visit lasted two and half years and we returned to the States for only 9 months before returning as career missionaries. Jack is an educator and has served as the principal of one our Baptist High Schools, taught in Baptist community centers, Bible Schools, associations, churches, etc., begun Bible Schools and planted churches. His current emphasis is working with the LEGACY WORK of Kenya – the established Baptist work – which he does by working closely with the Baptist Convention of Kenya and teaching Church Planting when/wherever he can, including teaching this and others subjects at our seminary, Kenya Baptist Theological College.

    My work has revolved around Media, first as a writer/editor/administrator with Kenya Baptist Media. Since helping ‘nationalize’ or helping Kenyan Baptist take responsibility for it in 2005, I have worked as a Social Networker using blogs, Facebook and e-mails to share what God is up to in our part of the world. In recent years my target group has evolved from Kenya, to East Africa and now I share stories from all of the Sub-Saharan African Peoples affinity.

    Thanks again for allowing Jack and I to oBEdiently serve as His Heart, Hands and Voice! BERT YATES (

  2. Rick said


    Thanks for taking the time to comment on our church website, but more importantly, thank you for your faithful service to our Lord!

    I was with the Board for 12 years: 2 as a J’man in HK, our first term in West Africa, then our second term in East Asia. We’ve been back in the States for 5 1/2 years now.

    I know we know a lot of the same people. I’ve been following Jeri on FB, watching them make the transition from SA to Kenya. Almost amusing at times!

    Blessings to you and yours!


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