A church plant in southeastern Kentucky is making great strides to meet the housing needs of people recovering from addiction and other life struggles. Meeting those needs is giving an eastern Kentucky church opportunities to share the gospel and provide hope in what many consider to be hopeless situations.
Kentucky Mission Service Corps Missionary Nelle Thomas has been investing in the lives of children in her community since 2007 when she and a handful of volunteers directed Kid's Café, a weekly Bible study and meal for children on Wednesday evenings at their local church. As this outreach began to grow, God laid on Nelle's heart to expand the ministry, which became Mission Hope for Kids.
Clear Creek Baptist Bible College exists today because of the generous blessings provided by God. There is not a building, land, roadway or online presence associatedwith Clear Creek that has not been provided through the generosity of those who love Clear Creek and want to make an impact in kingdom work through this ministry.
When I give, I join cooperatively with others in my Baptist family to help those who are boots on the ground — proclaiming the gospel with those across my state and around the world.
Eighteen years after being featured in promotional materials for Eliza Broadus, two friends are still working for Jesus and ready to encourage others around the state to give to this important missions offering.
Madison Campbell was born a slave in 1823 in Madison County, Kentucky. Through the influence of Edmund Martin, pastor of First Baptist Church of Richmond, he came to saving faith in Christ Jesus in 1841.