by Eva Wilson
New Hope Ministries, Topeka, Kan., reached out to its inner-city neighborhood by holding a Christian Music Festival on a recent Sunday afternoon.
Blues Healer from Topeka was the featured band.
Paul and Pat Clark from First Baptist Church, Madison, Kan., cooked meat for the festival.
The Clarks come to New Hope Ministries once a month to pick up food. Then they distribute 40-50 food boxes a month in their area.
Volunteers from other churches in Flint Hills Baptist Association also assisted with the festival.
New Hope holds a worship service on Sundays at 1 p.m. Food distribution is held on the first and third Saturdays and the second and fourth Mondays of the month.
Pray for God to expand the influence of New Hope Ministries.
The fields are ripe for harvest in the inner-city areas of Kansas-Nebraska. Ask God to raise up more laborers.