Connect the offering plate to the mission field with 52 Sundays.
Clarity on Where Money Goes
Learn what God is doing through the Cooperative Program.
Unify in Prayer as a Church Body
Share the stories of local and international missionaries that your church supports.
Get Excited About Missions
Pray for your missionaries across the globe each Sunday.
Using 52 Sundays is easy.
Download and distribute.
Download resources for each missionary’s story directly to your computer to share with your church.
Whether at a podium on Sunday or on a couch in a small group, share these stories to connect Cooperative Program giving with missionaries in the field.
About 52 Sundays
52 Sundays is a powerful missions resource filled with weekly highlights of missionaries connected to our SBC Great Commission Partners. Celebrate the global impact your church is making through Cooperative Program supported missions. Pray for a new mission area every Sunday in 2023 with this prayer guide including inspirational stories, slides, and bulletin inserts. Each week is a challenge to pray boldly for those on the local, national, and international mission field.
Share these stories with your congregation in 2023!
Download the entire year of 52 Sundays resources by clicking below.
- To download all of the single bulletin inserts, highlighting missionaries across the globe, click here.
- To download all of the two-to-a-page bulletin inserts, highlighting missionaries across the globe, click here.
52 Sundays is an electronic resource. You can either download the entire year of resources above, or download it per Sunday below. Bulletin inserts are available as a single insert, or two-to-a-page, for ease of printing.
- Download the entire resource, or the specific Sunday’s documents.
- Open the PDF of the bulletin insert, and click Print.*
*If printing the two-to-a-page inserts on letter size paper, make sure the scaling is at 100%. This will help the white border to be consistent on all sides and will allow you to only have to cut it down the middle to make two inserts.
Highlights for Each Sunday
Access the remaining stories for 2022 by clicking here.
Patrick and Jennifer Grant • Oregon
Stella McMillan • Asia Pacific
Nirintsoa Mamitiana • Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Michael and Traci Byrd • Missouri
Walter and Becca Welch • Spain
Mathew and Tracy Mueller • Arizona
Wesley and Emily Smyth • Senegal
Josias and Débora Laporte • Canada
Vesta Sauter • Deaf
Steven and Cindy Martins • Canada
Samuel Ravelo • Chaplain
Roy and Vilmarie Vidal • Puerto Rico
Robert and Danielle Kane • Ohio
Jared and Jennifer Huntley • Texas
Trevor Yoakum • Togo
Kadin Christian • Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission
Itamar Elizalde • Puerto Rico
Rusty Ford • Spain
Gregory and Chanelle Barnes • Maryland
Richard and Karen Lee • Tanzania
Fred and Damaris Castro • New Jersey
Naya Wilder • Deaf in SE Asia
Eric and Anna Trout • Iowa
Molly Petry • Central Asia
Dustin and Danielle Lee • Georgia
Shaun and Joy Price • Wales
Dave and Brie Jacobson • Wisconsin
Benjamin Breeg • Central Asia
Sam and Lydia • Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
Cody Vest • Chaplain, U.S. Army
James Smith • England
Craig and Maggie Coppenbarger • Missouri
Sidney Dixon • South Asia
Chase and Laura Feindel • California
Caroline Anderson • Romania
Cody and Kristen Chester • Florida
Brent Dorsett • Central Asia
Cesár Guzmán • Puerto Rico
Jason and Allison Cook • North Africa
Brianna Daniels • Colorado
Owen Stoddard • South Asia
DeAron Washington • New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
Airen and Obaidiku Aimievbo • Canada
Patrick and Erin Schwartz • Scotland
Amer and Vicky Safadi • Ohio
Allie White • Uganda
James and Jen Cho • Canada
Rick and Kelly Martinez • American Peoples
Ben and Christy Prater • Israel
Lena Eckhart • South Asia
Carlton and Cornelia Walker • Japan
Daniel and Grace Kim • Zambia
Stan Meador • Brazil
This resource is meant to be shared within a minute. We wanted it to be short and concise, so it’s easy to digest.
52 Sundays is versatile. You can share it in a small group or from the pulpit during a main service.
All of our missionaries are vetted and provided to us by the communication staff of each Southern Baptist entity.
Security Notice on International Missionaries
More than half of the nearly 3,700 international missionaries we support around the world serve in areas so dangerous they cannot be identified in public media. This is why many of our missionaries are either not identified or use pseudonyms.
Hawaii Pacific Baptist Convention (HPBC) churches support missions and ministries throughout the Pacific, Asia, and around the world through the Cooperative Program. This resource is produced in partnership with our Southern Baptist Great Commission partners.