Disaster Relief training to be held May 1 in Omaha

Disaster Relief training to be held May 1 in Omaha

Heartland Church Network is holding its 2021 Disaster Relief Show & Shine on Saturday, May 1, at its headquarters at 2100 S. 51st St. in Omaha. Registration will begin at 7:30 a.m. followed by the training from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will equip volunteers ages...
VBS continues to be major evangelistic event

VBS continues to be major evangelistic event

As the coronavirus crisis continues Vacation Bible School may take a different form for some Kansas-Nebraska Southern Baptist churches again this year. After the coronavirus crisis unfolded in 2020 Vacation Bible School in KNCSB churches included virtual VBS with...
Summer camps planned at WCC

Summer camps planned at WCC

Here is a list of summer camps that will be held at Webster Conference Center, Salina, Kan. Be sure to watch for announcements on how camps may be affected by the coronavirus. May 31-June 4 — Central Baptist Association Children’s Camp June 7-11 — Western...
New church launches March 28 in Kansas City, Kan.

New church launches March 28 in Kansas City, Kan.

God is at work despite the coronavirus crisis! Veer Church, Kansas City, Kan., held its launch services Sunday morning, March 28. The church meets at 4473 Adams St. Veer means “a sudden change in direction,” according to the church website. Don Hamilton is lead pastor...
Clean water opens doors to spread gospel

Clean water opens doors to spread gospel

Overseas workers with Nebraska ties help provide clean water so people can hear about the living water that Jesus provides. “Nothing impacts the quality of life for a family more than access to clean drinking water. And we are privileged to be a part of that by...
Mission Board welcomes churches into KNCSB

Mission Board welcomes churches into KNCSB

The process is being streamlined for churches to petition to become a part of KNCSB. The KNCSB Mission Board recently welcomed these churches into KNCSB during an email vote: NorthRidge Church, Sabetha, Kan. Its other Kansas campus is in Seneca. NorthRidge has three...
Church uses unique facility to serve people in need

Church uses unique facility to serve people in need

“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat.” Matthew 25:35 (HCSB) Lighthouse Baptist Church, St. George, Kan., takes Matthew 25 seriously. It owns the former elementary school building in St. George, a town of about 500 people located just off U.S. Highway 24...
God is at work at Emporia State University

God is at work at Emporia State University

God is at work on Kansas-Nebraska campuses despite the coronavirus crisis. Jason Huebner, director of Christian Challenge at Emporia State University, Emporia, Kan., sent this encouraging report: “A few weeks ago I had the privilege to baptize three of our student...
Annie Armstrong offering provides major support for NAMB

Annie Armstrong offering provides major support for NAMB

Week of Prayer for North American Missions 2021 is now in the history books. But churches can still give to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions. The 2020 offering fell $20 million short of the $70 million goal. It fell below last year’s...
KNCSB Glow retreat to be virtual event

KNCSB Glow retreat to be virtual event

Glow 2021 will be a virtual event due to the coronavirus. It was scheduled to be held April 23-24 at Webster Conference Center, Salina, Kan. Glow is the KNCSB retreat for girls in grades 1-6 and their adult female sponsors. Resources will be posted on the Glow...
Cowboy church uses arena for outreach

Cowboy church uses arena for outreach

The kitchen at Three Wooden Crosses Cowboy Church, Augusta, Kan., was full of activity on a chilly fall Saturday afternoon. Members of the church’s Chuckwagon Team were preparing food to sell to competitors in the mounted shooting competition which was the last arena...