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1 Vision Tour 2010 A Heart for the Cities of the Heart of Kansas Southern Baptist Association A Heart for the Cities of the Heart of Kansas Southern Baptist Association Mark Jackson 3474 S. Meridian Wichita, Kansas Cell Work Heart of Kansas Southern Baptist Association Catch the Vision Join the Mission An opportunity to use your Passion for Kingdom Work April 26, PM April 27, all day Church planting and other Mission Opportunities

2 Heart of Kansas Vision Tour 2010 A t the Heart of Kansas Southern Baptist Association, our members are seeking to make disciples by helping each other to increase in health and by starting new, vibrant churches which are equipped to reach people groups and population segments with a high percentage of lostness. The key to both healthy existing churches and new vibrant churches can be found in the growing and recruiting of strong leaders and in cooperatively gathering resources to engage in healthy, reproductive ministry. W e are asking you, our sister churches, to enter this process with us. Together we can be more effective in the mentoring and training of effective leaders, resourcing healthy ministries and in starting vibrant churches. Perhaps you could be a mentor to a leader or may know someone that God could use to start a new church. Your church may be able to provide resources that will enable us to reach our community. W e only ask, as we enter this process, that you seek to discover what God is calling you to do in our area. Thank you for your interest and time! Our letter to you, A man of Macedonia was standing and appealing to him (Paul), and saying, Come over to Macedonia and help us. Acts 16:9

3 Why You Should Partner Abraham (by faith) looked for a city, Heb 11:10 Jesus sent his disciples to the cities, Luke 10:1 Paul had a vision for a city (Macedonia), Acts 16:9 Low density of Southern Baptist Churches in our area Heart of Kansas 1:10,000 Texas 1: 3,022 Oklahoma 1: 2,055 Arkansas 1: 1,924 Alabama1: 1,450 Mississippi1: 1,376 Please consider this your Macedonian invitation

4 Prayer Warriors One thousand team leaders who will recruit team members and/or distribute prayer requests to their home church each week Twenty thousand team members to pray thirty minutes a week Twenty prayer walk teams to come to the Heart of Kansas What the church needs today is not more machinery or better, not new organizations or more novel methods, but men whom the Holy Ghost can use--men of prayer, men mighty in prayer. E. M. Bounds It is important that we speak to men about God: but is vastly more important that we speak to God about men. C. I. Schofield If sinners be dammed, at least let them leap to Hell over our bodies. If they will perish, let them perish with our arms about their knees. Let no one go there unwarned and unprayed for. - C. H. Spurgeon That saint who advances on his knees never retreats. - Jim Elliot For more information contact Mark Jackson

5 River Festival Outreach Event May 13-15, 2010 Every year thousands of people come to downtown Wichita for the annual River Festival and we work the streets sharing the Gospel, hosting a block party, and feat evangelism. Each year we see many decisions for Christ. 1.Prayer walk teams prior to the even 2.Local churches to encourage families to participate in witnessing and with the block party 3.Evangelism Mission Teams during the event 4.Funding for outreach and evangelism field trainers Ministry Needs For more information contact Loren Phippen

6 Summer Missionaries Needed College students, High School seniors-to-be and recent H/S graduates Apply at Send your name to to get placed Stipend of $750, travel, meals, and transportation if NAMB approved VBS, construction, church planting, and evangelism Contact Brad Simmons for more info

7 Block Party Trailer To support our mission teams and churches as they reach out to their target area we need to supply a block party trailer. Would you consider donating used equipment or purchasing new items for this project? Sno Cone Machine: $ 695 Popcorn Machine: $ 721 Cotton Candy Machine: $ 715 Trailer, tandem axle, ramp door, 7 X 14, and misc equip.: $ 2,800 Large Inflatable and equipment: $ 11,270 Generator, popup tent, tables, shelves, storage, extension cords: $ 1,600 New or Used Equipment For more information contact Brad Simmons

8 Victory Baptist Community of Faith Victory Baptist is a church partner with Heart of Kansas ministering to families in a predominantly African American, lower income area with daily exposure to drug dealers and gangs. Victory presents Jesus to these families. 1.Church sign replacement 2.Door to door canvassing 3.Block Parties and VBS 4.Prayer Walk Teams 5.Salary support to allow Jermaine to work more in the church 6.Summer Missionaries 7.Minor construction in neighborhood For more information contact Reverend Jermaine Pennington or Mark Jackson Ministry Needs

9 Crossroad Community Church Dan Byrnes has begun a new church plant in the Cottage Grove Community Center in southeast Wichita. Young adults in the Oaklawn area have few positive influences in their lives. Many individuals are led to drugs, gangs and crime in this highly diverse area where 12.6% live below the poverty level. Prayer walks, door to door evangelism and block parties have been successful in this area. Dan and his core group started services in January Ministry Needs 1.Partnering Churches 2.Bibles, tracts, and Bible studies 3.Mission teams for prayer walks, VBS, and events 4.Operating Funds (rent, materials, events, etc.) For more information contact Mark Jackson or Dan Byrnes

10 Prairie Trail Cowboy Church Ministry Needs 1. Outdoor Arena Funding Construction Teams 2. Cowboy Camp Outreach VBS, Riding School, Concerts Camp Dinner, Mechanical Bull Riding 3. Cowboy Bibles 4. Volunteers to operate Chuck Wagon The vision of PTCC is to present Jesus Christ within the context of western culture: in the arena, on horseback, singing country/western music, or enjoying fellowship around the chuck wagon. For more information contact Wayne Trimmell or Mark Jackson Pastor Wayne Trimmell

11 Ministry Needs Chad and Shaina Pearce have been led by God to plant a church in the downtown area of Wichita where over 100,000 people live with 15% of them between the ages of 25 and 34. Their hope is to share the love of Christ with this urban dwelling young population. Journey The Way Young Professional Adults Downtown Wichita, Kansas 1.Projector and sound equipment 2.Core team members 3.Partnering churches: prayer, finances, mentoring 4.Mission teams to lead outreach events, evangelize, and canvass neighborhoods 5.Prayer Walk Teams For more information contact Mark Jackson Or Chad Pearce

12 Ministry Needs Young Professionals Northwest Wichita, Kansas 1.A projector and sound equipment 2.Church plant pastor and core team members 3.Partnering churches: prayer, finances, mentoring 4.Mission teams to lead outreach events, evangelize, and canvass neighborhoods For more information contact Mark Jackson Plans are being made for a church that will target young professionals in this area. We are presently recruiting a church plant pastor and doing preliminary work.

13 True Life Church Northeast Wichita, Kansas Ministry Needs 1.One hundred prayer partner churches 2.A projector and sound equipment 3.Partnering churches: 100 churches for prayer, finances, mentoring 4.Ten Mission teams to lead outreach events, evangelize, and canvass neighborhoods for 2010 and Inflatable Bounce House for Outreach Events 6.Fifty Core Group members For more information contact Mark Jackson Or Norm Duncan Norm and Kim are focused on starting a church in Northwest Wichita where there are only two Southern Baptist churches for nearly 200,000 people. The median household income in this area is $100,000 and most have college and post graduate degrees. Receptivity to the gospel is low but the need demands we have a successful plant in this area.

14 Remodeling is underway on the Set Free house at 617/619 N. Topeka, Wichita, Kansas. Upon completion, missionaries from the Set Free Church in Yucaipa, California will move in and begin the process of reaching homeless drug addicts with the gospel and starting a church. A discipleship ranch for men and one for women and children will soon follow. Set Free is an indigenous church planting movement founded by Southern Baptist Pastor Willie Dalgity in To Addicts, Prostitutes and the Homeless 1.Volunteers to finish the interior 2.Several sponsoring churches 3.$2,000-3,000 per month for operations (utilities, pastors salary, programming) 4.Help with block parties 5.A discipleship ranch Set Free Ministries : Ministry Needs Set Free Inner City Church Plant For more information contact Mark Jackson or Loren Phippen

15 Association Master Plan for Hispanic Work Build a pool of Hispanic Planters/Ministers through our Church Planter Training Center and recruitment Strategically locate ministries and outreach Music Training Teach ESL Hunger/Clothing Ministry Connect children with schools Community Celebrations AWANAS Start new churches locally and regionally as leadership is developed Strengthen existing Hispanic churches For more information contact Abraham Arevalo

16 Hispanic Christian Festival 2010 In 2008, of the eight hundred who attended the Hispanic Christian Festival, nine adults and thirty five children made salvation decisions. More than eight Southern Baptist churches participated together. With your help we can continue to expand this outreach event. Ministry Needs 1.75 Volunteers to do support work 2.$3,000 for costs 3.A good used car to give away For more information contact Abraham Arevalo

17 Hispanic Church Start in Hutchinson Sponsored by First Southern Baptist Church Pastor Carlo Guarneri, an experienced Southern Baptist Pastor, has been recruited to start a Hispanic church. First Southern Baptist Church of Hutchinson is providing classroom space for this work which started on Resurrection Sunday, For more information contact Abraham Arevalo or Ray Kempel Door to door canvassing 2.VBS 3.Block Parties 4.Prayer Walking Mission Teams 1.Outreach events 2.Car expenses 3.Bibles 4.Bible study materials Ministry Needs Funding

18 Iglesia Bautista Getsemani Getsemani is our most established Hispanic church. They are somewhat unusual in that they have members from multiple nations. We are partnering with Getsemani so they may reach many more Hispanics and start other churches. Mission Teams for: 1.VBS teams 2.Canvassing of Neighborhoods 3.Ministry Projects 4.Help in starting AWANAS 5.Establish food/clothing closet 6.ESL volunteers Ministry Needs For more information contact Don Chance or Mark Jackson

19 Woodland Baptist Church, an Anglo congregation, is sharing its building with Nueva Vida, a recently constituted Hispanic church. The neighborhood has a heavy concentration of Hispanics. Abraham Arevalo is currently the pastor. Ministry Needs Nueva Vida – Northwest Wichita Woodland Baptist Church Building For more information contact Abraham Arevalo Sponsoring churches for building a new facility 2.Mission building teams for Mission teams for VBS, surveys, evangelism, etc. 4.Prayer walks 5.Financial support for the first AWANA club in Spanish in Kansas 6.College student summer missionaries

20 This new Hispanic work has started in the Planeview area. This is an inner city area with about 80% of the population Hispanic. This duplex was remodeled into an Hispanic Community Center. ESL classes and Bible studies are under way. Ministry Needs Iglesia Bautista Buenas Nuevas 1.School supplies 2.ESL classes 3.VBS, last year we had 90 in attendance and 15 decisions for Jesus in two sessions 4.Prayer walks 5.Soccer Camps 6.Evangelism 7.Daytime workers 8.Help with utilities 9.AWANAS For more information contact Abraham Arevalo Pastor Daniel Diaz with a donated car

21 Ministry Needs Immanuel Hispanic Church For more information contact Abraham Arevalo Financial Support for the de la Cruz Family 2.School supplies 3.ESL classes 4.Prayer walks 5.Soccer Camps 6.Evangelism 7.Daytime workers Another new Hispanic work has started in the Immanuel Baptist Church. This church has welcomed Jeronimo and Alba de la Cruz as Hispanic Church Planters in south central Wichita. Last April they had their first four baptisms.

22 GODdards Place A new ministry to youth has begun in Goddard, Ks It is designed to bring the gospel to the youth in a new way. GODdards Place is located in an unused HOK church building located within walking distance of Goddard High School. John Stockstill, a teacher at GHS, uses his youth and worship experience to direct this ministry. John has developed a burden for the youth who are hanging out after school. Ministry Needs 1.Remodeling teams 2.Funding for building and ministry costs 3.Teams for youth activity supervision 4.Volunteers for youth activities 5.Prayer partners For more information contact Loren Phippen or John Stockstill

23 Good Neighbor Centers Good Neighbor Centers are used to share the gospel through community outreach such as food pantry, clothing, Bible Studies and meeting other needs. Cottage Grove West Side Victory Baptist Old Time Gospel Midtown

24 Partnering Churches Volunteer workers Operating funds Food and clothing Collect 2010 cans of food Have a coat drive Give up your shoes ies Bibles, tracts, and Bible studies Varied Work Projects School Supplies Cottage Grove Good Neighbor Center This is a lower income area in south Wichita and is sponsored by Midway Baptist Church. This building currently hosts the thriving Southern Baptist church, Redencion. They have held Bible studies for years and have space for an additional church. Cottage Grove For more information contact Loren Phippen or Ernie Hough Ernie Hough Ministry Needs

25 West Side Good Neighbor Center The West Side Good Neighbor Center has been actively involved in food and clothing. It has a large, city wide clientele that utilizes the center. Each individual hears the gospel and works one on one with a care leader. For more information contact Loren Phippen Partnering Churches 2.Volunteer workers 3.Operating funds 4.Food and clothing 5.Bibles, tracts, bible studies 6.Varied Work Projects 7.Mission Teams Ministry Needs

26 Victory Baptist Good Neighbor Center Victory Baptist church has begun a Good Neighbor Center ministry to aid the low income families in the neighborhood. The new ministry has had several opportunities to share the gospel while tending to peoples needs in this high crime area. 1.Prayer partners 2.Clothing 3.Food 4.Funding For more information contact Reverend Jermaine Pennington Rhonda Porter or Loren Phippen Rhonda Porter Ministry Needs

27 Old Time Gospel Good Neighbor Center Old Time Gospel Good Neighbor Center is a ministry serving the needs of a poor, predominantly Hispanic area in north central Wichita. Food and clothing are distributed along with the gospel through their ministry. This group of twenty provide food &/or clothing to over 400 families a month. Recently they have partnered with one of our Hispanic churches to minister spiritually to these people. Ministry Needs 1.Prayer partners 2.Food and clothing 3.Sponsoring churches 4.Bibles and tracts 5.Teams for building repairs 5.Funds to operate ministry For more information contact Anne Graham or Loren Phippen

28 Midtown Good Neighbor Center Ministry Needs 1.Prayer partners 2.Food and clothing 3.Sponsoring churches 4.Bibles and tracts 5.Teams for building repairs 5.Funds to operate the building The Midtown Good Neighbor Center is operating a food and clothing ministry, Bible studies, and a worship service. We see the potential for multiple churches (Set Free, Hispanic, African American) to meet in this building. Pray for us as we seek Gods direction in the establishment of ministries in this building. For more information contact Richard Simmons or Loren Phippen

29 Juvenile Detention Ministries Loren Phippen has a burden for youth who are in the detention system in the Wichita metropolitan area and actively works to help them through counseling, recreational activities and, for those he disciples, short fishing trips. The cost of these activities is around $100 a week. He has been blessed to see how God can change these lives to live wholly for Christ. 1.Local youth pastors and leaders to mentor youth and lead recreation 2.Churches to help youth to re-enter society 3.Money for bibles, snacks, and recreation 4.Prayer Partners For more information contact Loren Phippen Ministry Needs

30 Strengthening Existing Churches Many of our existing churches are in need of a hand-up. By your church coming along side of them to perform effective ministry, these churches can begin to grow and dream again of reaching their neighborhood for Christ. Host a VBS Put on a sports/cheer leading camp Do one or several block parties Survey the neighborhood Pass out fliers Prayer walk the area Do follow up on VBS visitors Light construction Host a revival Hold a cookout for men Put on a sports banquet Have a youth rally Sponsor AWANA For more information contact Mark Jackson

31 How you can help Pray Plan an annual mission trip or trips Host special events Become a church planter or core team member Raise Funds for needed resources VBS offering Host a food drive to collect 2010 cans of food Place us in your budget Take a special offering on the fifth Sunday of the month Recruit ten people to give $5 / week for one year Donate used equipment Fill a one gallon jar with coins Take a love offering Take a missions offering in Sunday school For more information contact Mark Jackson


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