Your Impact

We Fight For Real Heroes. Like You.

Real heroes don’t wear capes or leap tall buildings. They put others before themselves. They feed the hungry. House the homeless. Spread the word of God to every corner of the earth. You may not FEEL like a hero. But when you give to ministry, that’s exactly what you are.

Baptist ministries are doing God’s work. But they can’t do it without your generous gift. At WatersEdge, our advisors work tirelessly to maximize the impact of your donation. Our legal and financial strategies put more of your money to work for God. We help you grow the Kingdom and bless the less fortunate. Because that’s what real heroes do.

25x25 Distributions Since 2013

It was a bold idea, a number so big it seemed impossible — $25 million to Kingdom-impacting ministries annually by the year 2025. That’s our vision. We call it “25 by 25,” and thanks to the generosity of thousands of individuals and families like yours, we’re on pace to make 25×25 a reality. Together, we’ve exceeded goals every year since 2013, distributing millions to a myriad of Christian causes along the way. Your giving impacts lives on earth and in eternity. Won’t you join us?

2019 Annual Impact Report

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Impact Stories

Growing A Gospel Community

African American pastors serve a unique role in their communities. They are not only leaders in faith but also in the advancement of charity and social engagement. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, their commissions can lead to dramatic transformations in their churches...

Why I Give – Gene & Kaye Jones

“It doesn’t come naturally,” admits Kaye Jones, Anadarko resident and longtime supporter of Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief. “Generosity is not something we are born with; it is something you have to experience, and once you do, you see there is a need — and...

Balancing the Burden

As the sole staff member of Bright City Church in west Oklahoma City, pastor Rick Cordova knew he couldn’t do it all. “As a brand-new church starting from the ground up, we wanted to build an infrastructure that allowed us to meet the needs of our community,” Cordova...