Nepal Relief - Offer to match $50,000
Kshitiz and Sahaj Ghimire graduated from BBC this month. They are both from Nepal and are the sons of a national pastor. Their father was brought to Christ through a BBFI missionary David Freeman. They have a church in the capital and also care for 12 children in their orphanage. Since the devastating earthquake they have been working to meet the needs of people around them in the name of Jesus. Still ahead of them is the difficult process of recovery and rebuilding.
Kshitiz recently recounted his story of growing up and accepting Christ in a country that knows so little about Jesus. In a country deep in Hinduism, only 1% of the Nepal people are Christians. Their hope is that help given will open the hearts of these people to hear the story of Jesus. What they need most is this gospel and we can make a difference as a Fellowship. Recently a donor approached us promising to match every dollar raised up to $50,000 by July 1. Please consider what your church can do to help during this crisis. Please send your contributions to "Nepal Relief" to BBFI Mission Office, PO Box 191, Springfield, MO, 65803 or you can give online by clicking the link below.
May Fellowship Meeting
Messages from this week
Read Pastor Greg Burdine's take on Wednesday's evening messages
Ed Trinkle has been the pastor of Canyon Creek Baptist Church in Richardson, Texas since April 2015. He is a graduate of Baptist Bible College and continued his education to receive a Master’s Degree in Counseling. He has a passion to lead churches through transition and church transplanting.
Mark Milioni has been the president of Baptist Bible College since May, 2012, an alumnus since 1988. He has served as senior pastor in Michigan and Ohio. He has two earned doctorate degrees in communication and leadership. Mark is a good friend of mine. Many have mixed up his former Michigan church in Albion and my church in Adrian.
Read Pastor Greg Burdine's take on Tuesday's evening messages
Read Pastor Greg Burdine's take on Tuesday's morning messages
Ben Feldott founded Cape Cod Church with his wife, Tammy, less than a year after getting married in 1991. He graduated from Boston Baptist College. He recently led the church to build an $8 million, 40,000 sq. ft. facility. They had over 3,000 Easter 2015.
Eddie Lyons and his wife, Cindy, both grew up in the Philippines as children of missionaries. Eddie is currently the pastor of High Street Baptist Church (Springfield, MO) and President of Baptist Bible Fellowship International.
Read Pastor Greg Burdine's take on Jerry Thorpe's message about
"The Elephant in the Room: Church Attendance"