StartingNew Churches To Meet The Spiritual Needs Of Their Communities
KNCSB churches have banded together to start new churches that have a lasting ministry, that multiply themselves intentionally, that develop church planting leaders, and that transform themselves and their communities into Christlike disciples for the sake of others.
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By Doug Lee Solid Rock Baptist Church, Alliance, Neb., is comprised of Native Americans from the Lakota Sioux tribe. It meets on the second Monday of each month in a meeting room called Gallery 3 in downtown Alliance. The people who attend call it church, but many...read more
Three Native American men from Oklahoma visited Solid Rock Baptist Fellowship, Alliance, Neb., on Monday, April 9. Solid Rock Baptist Fellowship is a simple church that meets once a month. It is comprised mostly of Native Americans from the Lakota Sioux tribe. The...read more
By Sue Sprenkle Bivocational pastors could be the key for filling vacant pastorates in rural Kansas-Nebraska churches. David Manner, KNCSB associate executive director, thinks it could be a “game changer” for rural communities. Having a two-career pastor can be...read more