StartingNew Churches To Meet The Spiritual Needs Of Their Communities
We value starting new churches that:
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.
Open the link below for a copy of the Petitionary Letter to become a cooperating KNCSB Church
Priority Counties in Kansas and Nebraska
Below, you will find the most recent articles, as well as links and resources, that relate to our people and churches starting new churches to meet their spiritual needs of their communities.
News and Resources
“I look forward to us becoming better friends and neighbors,” Josh Moenning, mayor of Norfolk, Neb., told the Hispanic congregation at Northern Heights Baptist Church on a recent Sunday morning. The congregation is comprised of people from about 10 countries in...read more
After meeting in rented facilities, CrossPoint Church, Concordia, Kan., is rejoicing over having its own meeting place. Matthew Carder, campus pastor, wrote this report in the Smoky Hill Baptist Association newsletter: “For the past six-and-a-half years CrossPoint...read more
A team of four adults from Alabama helped with outreach during Rail Days in North Platte, Neb. The team from Hunter Street Baptist Church in Birmingham worked with Two Rivers Fellowship pastored by Doug Lee. Rail Days was held in three locations in North Platte – Cody...read more
Materials will be available in the month of August. In order to download these materials, click on item. Look in the top of the screen and find the download icon. Click on that icon and choose where to download to your computer. If you have problems contact, Tim Boyd...read more
Editor’s note: Christian Challenge at Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kan., is one of the featured ministries in the 2018-2019 KNCSB Associational and State Missions Offering. The offering goal is $210,000. Fifty percent of receipts will go to the association where...read more
Kansas-Nebraska Southern Baptists observe the KNCSB Associational and State Missions emphasis in the fall. The 2018-2019 offering goal is $210,000. Half of the money received will go back to the association where it was given. The offering is collected year around --...read more