SharingThe Gospel In Their Communities And Beyond
Today’s world needs to know, believe and experience the power of the Good News of Jesus Christ more than ever.
Our assignment of being His ambassadors and following His commands is a task we cannot ignore.
- Let us encourage every believer to passionately share the truth of Christ in their life context.
- Let us cooperatively ignite a zeal for sharing the transforming power of the Gospel so that today’s world can experience a fulfilling relationship with Him.
- Let us be salt and light illustrating God’s plan for living out His purpose and plan for life.
Below, you will find the most recent articles, as well as links and resources, that relate to our churches sharing the gospel in their communities and beyond.
News and Resources
An RV park in Yuma, Ariz., is the mission field for a Kansas-Nebraska Campers on Mission couple. Tom and Joyce H. are in their fifth winter ministering in this RV park. They hold church services on Sunday. Joyce leads a women’s Bible study and Tom leads a men’s study....read more
By Sue Sprenkle The setting was simple — a stable, some hay bales, and a few animals — but the story hundreds gathered in rural Cullison, Kan., to hear was powerful: Jesus was born to be your Savior. Surrounded by animals softly lowing, Steve Taylor opened his Bible...read more
Two PowerUp Vacation Bible School training clinics will be held in 2019. The clinics will focus on the LifeWay Christian Resources VBS theme “In the Wild: Amazing Encounters with Jesus.” The clinics will be held: Saturday, April 6, from 9:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Webster...read more
“Come to the Table,” based on Revelation 3:20, is the theme for Super Summer 2019. Super Summer, the annual KNCSB youth camps, will be held June 24-Aug. 2 at Webster Conference Center, Salina, Kan. Information was mailed to Kansas-Nebraska Southern Baptist churches in...read more
Editor’s note: This story is from an overseas worker with Kansas-Nebraska ties. Yearly people (mainly women) travel to a Big Island outside our city to climb a hill to ask God for a favor. This year a group of us went to tell the story of the Prodigal Son and offer...read more
By Doug Lee In Alliance, Neb., the late Larry War Bonnett was known as “Rev” because he carried his Gideon New Testament and shared his faith with his Lakota Sioux people. Larry faithfully attended Solid Rock Baptist Fellowship in Alliance, riding his bike regardless...read more