This will be the last Sunday for the Lottie Moon Missions Offering.
| Our next quarterly business meeting will be Sunday, January 29th at 5 PM in the worship center. |
Anyone can come to the business meeting, all church members are encouraged to come and help take care of the church business.
Lottie Moon Mission Offering
| On another sunny day in northern Uganda, Hector steps into the river and turns to extend his hand to Oketa Robert, a new believer. Oketa Robert walks into the water, ready to take the next step of faith and be baptized. He is one of 34 believers baptized on this day in early spring. Each new follower of Jesus is a refugee from the Rhino Camp Refugee Settlement.|
Hector Cabrera is a global missionary partner who works closely with International Mission Board teams in Uganda. He was sent by the missions agency, Cuba to the Nations. His primary work is discipleship and outreach in refugee camps filled with South Sudanese and Congolese. What he really wants to see is a healthy church planted in the camp.
Hector, IMB missionaries and national partners are intentionally discipling new believers and looking for every opportunity to build relationships. Hector’s partnership multiplies the ministry in the area.
When Hector went to build a well in another camp, he took Joshua who attends a Bible study but is hesitant about baptism. While they worked on the well, they talked. Hector is intentionally pointing him to Christ.
Each week, Hector hosts a group of 13 young men in his own home. He feeds them homemade Cuban food and shares the gospel. He’s helping another house church planted by his friend Arich, a South Sudanese believer who was discipled by IMB missionaries a few years ago. Arich wants to reach youth in her village.
Hector’s days are busy but never complete until he heads to Rhino Camp, usually with a soccer ball. He can count on being joined by a group of boys, eager to play. On a dirt field, he shares the hope of Christ with refugee kids who have seen more violence, destruction and hopelessness in their short lives than anyone should.
Soon the kids will play in a permanent sports facility, funded through the generosity of Southern Baptists. Hector is praying that outreach will grow and flourish through the new youth center.
Like these refugees, Hector is acquainted with political turmoil and unknowns at home. During a time of uncertainty in Cuba, he entrusted loved ones to the providence of God and to the care of his sending church, Montes des los Olives Baptist Church in Alamar, Cuba. They made his journey to Uganda possible.
Please join us in sacrificially giving for this offering. This will be the last week for the Lottie Moon Mission Offering.
| Wednesday Night Dinner|
February 1, 2023
5:15 – 6:00 PM
Spaghetti with Meat Sauce
All ladies come to lunch together on Friday, February 3rd at Vargas (111 W. 15th Street) from 11:45 (or when you can) – 1:00 PM.
Friday – Food – Fun – Fellowship!! Come join us!
Lunch will be on your own.
| Calling all men and sons to a men’s ministry breakfast on Saturday, February 11th at 8:00 AM. Come to at The Pancake House (640 E. Pancake Blvd.) |
Come and enjoy some fellowship and good food together!
Man Up Conference
This conference is March 3-4th in Salina at Webster Conference Center.
The sign up deadline is February 15th. If you are interested in going, please talk with Doug Werner (email@example.com) or to Jim Dodge (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get more information on this wonderful men’s conference.
January Food Cupboard Numbers
54 – Families Served 7 – New Families 161- Total People Served
Our next food cupboard will be on Saturday, February 11th.
You can donate to the Food Cupboard by marking your check/envelope or your online donation “Food Cupboard” to help buy the food that we hand out each month to our community.
| Contribution statements for 2022 have been emailed to those emails on file in Planning Center. Please make sure you download the statement soon and save it to your computer or cell phone as the link does expire on January 29! If you need a printed copy, please email Brandie at email@example.com or call the church office (620-624-0186). |
Those without an email address your statement has been mailed to you.
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Offering required weekly for 2023 – $10,415.13
Offering received for Sunday, January 22, 2023 – $11,098.70
Year to date budgeted $441,660.52 Year to date received $30,814.89
Lottie Moon Mission Offering $1,494.41