Across Two States
KNCSB is the cooperation of 450+ Kansas and Nebraska churches and missions
Being Equipped For Ministry
We aim to help the local church enable and equip its members for ministry
People Needing The Gospel
In Our Mission Field
The population of our mission field of Kansas and Nebraska
Recent News And Resources
CORONA VIRUS INFORMATION: KNCSB will be posting regular updates about the postponement, cancellation, or online options for upcoming calendared KNCSB events on our Facebook Page (links in blue above and below). Additionally, we will share articles and resources on that page to assist our churches with the new reality of the coming weeks. KNCSB Facebook Page
Open the following links to find the maps for Priority Counties in Kansas and Nebraska with no SBC or other Evangelical work. These counties were highlighted at the 2019 Annual Meeting in Lexington, NE.
The following Kansas-Nebraska Convention of Southern Baptists proposed amendments to the Constitution were presented at the 2019 KNCSB Annual Meeting in Lexington, Nebraska. Our Constitution requires that amendments be presented for consideration at an Annual Meeting and voted on the following Annual Meeting. So these proposed Amendments will be voted on during the 2020 KNCSB Annual Meeting at Webster Conference Center, Salina, Kansas.
KNCSB Disaster Relief teams are now serving in the Hurricane Laura zone in southwest Louisiana. KNCSB has been asked to serve with Missouri Baptist Disaster in DeRidder, La., through at least Oct. 3. Current information will be posted on the KNCSB Facebook page. Be...
By Bob Mills KNCSB Executive Director Needless to say, we are living in an unprecedented time. Our churches are attempting to find their way as they face the new realities presented by COVID-19. What will attendance look like when COVID recedes? What will worship look...
By Bob Mills KNCSB Executive Director From March until now, and possibly for months to come, our country and the world are being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of our churches have not returned to what was the norm before the virus outbreak. In Southern...