How does Janie Chapman Offering make a difference?
In 1902, Janie Chapman became the first South Carolina Woman’s Missionary Union president, and she served for 22 years. She was said to be disciplined with inner strength and a gentle spirit. She glorified the Lord in her work. Jess Archer The Janie Chapman Offering for State Missions was started and continues to be the driving force for missions happening throughout our state. Over 2,000 churches affiliate with the South Carolina Baptist Convention and cooperate in missions giving, missions discipleship, and missions support through the Start, Strong, Share, Send and Serve teams. Every year, the Janie Chapman State Missions Offering helps South Carolina Baptists reach their lost neighbors, plant churches, send missionaries,... Continue reading »