March 23, 2023 Newsletter

Beginning this Sunday, March 26, we will begin a 3 week Easter series called Ransom: Who Will Pay the Price? 
Monday – March 27th
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
SpaLon @ 204 N. Kansas Ave.

Finding True Beauty from within and
taking care of our skin too!

Ladies, come join us as we learn skincare and beauty
tips from the ladies of SpaLon.
And of course fellowship, fun and food/snacks
and maybe a prize or two!
Thursday, March 23rd is the last day to sign up for this event!! 
Please click below to sign up.
Please Click Here to Sign Up for the True Beauty Event
    Wednesday Night Dinner
                   March 29, 2023
                   5:15 – 6:00 PM

Garlic Bread
Click Here to Sign Up for Wednesday Supper
“United: Called To Be One” Is this year’s theme for our Annie Armstrong Offering.
Reaching people for Christ in North America through the North American Mission Board (NAMB).

With this year’s goal of $2,000 we can read stories of how NAMB is using funds to reach places where people need to hear the words of Christ and given them the opportunity to respond, with “Yes Lord, here am I”.
          Sam & Joanna Choi: For All People             
                                         Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Twin Cities area has the largest Somali population outside of Somalia. It is home to the largest Hmong population in the United States, and the Hispanic population has grown by 38% in a decade.
“Although you have different ethnicities and backgrounds in our city, they’re all pocketed and avoid each other,” says church planting missionary Sam Choi of All Peoples Church. But All Peoples Church sets a different example—unity from diversity.
The ministry focus is on the unchurched. It takes patience to disciple new believers whose new faith means major life change. Outreach strategies have included engaging visitors at the Mall of America and regular meals at the park to build relationships. 
Sam says the goal is not to get people to the church for a pastor to share the gospel but for the church members to go out and look for intentional encounters. 
“We’re only blocks from George Floyd Square where he tragically died. Having a truly multi-ethnic church here will be challenging but a powerful witness,” says Sam.

Prayer Requests
  • Growth in numbers to be matched with spiritual maturity.
  • Faithfulness to the mission to reach the nations in Minneapolis.
  • Church to be an everyday experience that doesn’t begin and end in a building.
Click Here to See a Video About the Choi’s in Minnesota
This June one of our graduates, Javon Allen, is going on a 6 week Mission Trip to Istanbul Turkey. Please consider supporting Javon’s trip through prayer, encouragement, or a donation to help offest the cost of the trip. If you are able, you can donate through the link below.
Click Here to Make a Donation Towards Javon’s Mission Trip
Hey Church!!

In case you haven’t heard yet, we’re putting on an egg hunt for our community with 20,000 eggs!!! We’re calling it 20K Egg Day! Why? Because we want to serve our community and invite as many people to church on Easter Sunday as possible! 

On Saturday, April 8th at 1pm at LHS’s practice football field we will scatter 20K eggs and have egg hunts for the following age groups: 0-3 years old, 4-7 years old, and 8-11 years old. We’ll have bounce houses for kids to play on as well. We’re praying that God will send hundreds and hundreds of families to participate in the egg hunt so we can personally invite them to worship with us on Easter Sunday during one of our two worship services – 9:30 or 11am. 

If you have any questions about this event or would like to volunteer to serve, let us know! Please email Pastor Mark (
pastor@fsbcliberal) with your questions or to let us know where you want to serve. Here are the serving opportunities:
  • Registration (x3) – help guests register for the event on the day of, or answer general questions
  • Greeters (x5) – greet guests as they arrive. Smile and wave big! Be prepared to answer general questions
  • Field Generals (x12) – spread eggs across our three age ranges, man the ropes around each field to keep kiddos from jumping the gun, and be available to answer general questions
  • Bounce House attendants (x8-10) – Supervise bounce houses to ensure kid safety
  • General Inviters (as many as possible!) Talk to and personally invite as many people as possible to Easter Sunday at FSBC
If you haven’t done so yet, download the Church Center App today! With this app you can: 
1. View our Sermon Archives
2. Connect with FSBC and ask for Prayer
3. Give Securely Online
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5. Keep Connected with the Groups you’re a part of.

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You now have many safe and secure options for your giving towards FSBC, you may:

1. Drop off contributions on Sunday or church during office hours.
2. Mail contributions to –
    First Southern Baptist Church
    621 N Western
    Liberal, Kansas  67901

3. Use our NEW Online giving! You can do so from desktop or mobile devices here:, or you can download our new Church Center App. 
Click Here to View Our Weekly Prayer List
Offering required weekly for 2023 – $10,415.13

Offering received for Sunday, March 19, 2023 – $6,428.15

Year to date budgeted $124,981.56    Year to date received $107,134.97

Annie Armstrong Offering – $104.00
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