Our responsibility is the financial well-being of the Convention and when possible our partnering churches.  This responsibility includes the receiving of monies from our partner churches, entities and other organizations and then distributing those funds to our partnering entities, designated accounts, payroll and the payment of our obligations.  Our other goal is to work with our partnering churches and entities so these organizations are functioning with financial and administrative integrity.

 

Latest News and Stories from the Business & Finance Team

  • Financial Facts: Benevolence Programs

    By Doug Lohery Benevolence programs in churches stem from the church’s desire to help others, extend kindness, and to show charity to those in need.  This program is there to identify and meet the needs of under-resourced individuals or families.  This program sometimes fails to meet the standards set by the IRS and even sometimesRead more →

  • Foundation Helps Church to Hear

    Foundation Helps Church to Hear

    By Doug Lohrey On March 15th, First Southern Baptist Church-Canon City celebrated the arrival and installation of a new audio and video system in their sanctuary. The new system replaced a twelve-year old failing one. Thanks to the Baptist Foundation of Colorado, FSBC-Canon City worshippers enjoyed a crystal clear sound and amazing video resolution forRead more →

  • Foundation Surpasses $4 Million in Church Investments

    By Duffy Deardorff Colorado churches have invested more than $4.4 million into The Baptist Foundation of Colorado (BFC).  At the end of 2013, BFC stood at $3.9 million. However, soon after the first of the year around $500,000 more of additional investments came, moving the Foundation to a new record.  Hitting the $4 million markRead more →

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