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Missionary update – June 13

June 13th, 2018|Comments Off on Missionary update – June 13

Wayne and Donna Hart – councilman and wife pastoring in West Clarksville, NY Tuesday, June 12 From Sunday morning until last evening, Donna had gone about 40 hours of breathing on her own. This was [...]

Fran Cupples – Fullerton, NE

June 7th, 2018|Comments Off on Fran Cupples – Fullerton, NE

The Many Hats of Fran Cupples - In 1994 Fran Goodspeed lived in Omaha, NE, with her youngest son. At  Whispering Cedars Baptist Camp lived director and widower Roy Cupples. During a conference Roy noticed [...]

Sheryl Ridley – Gretna, NE

May 8th, 2018|Comments Off on Sheryl Ridley – Gretna, NE

Sheryl Ridley has retired after 32 years of very active church planting ministry.  Sheryl joined BCP in 1991 with husband, Roger, after twelve years in the pastorate in Grand Island, NE. The Lord [...]

Connect Spring 2018

April 10th, 2018|Comments Off on Connect Spring 2018

In this edition: "God Supplies"; Family Camp Update; "Reaching our Neighbors Next Door - Part 2"; ChurchCare Update from Niles; "Equipping Men to Lead is a Journey"; "the New SALT Ministry"

ChurchCare Construction

ChurchCare’s Missionary Builders are ready to assist churches with their building needs. Our experienced builders are skilled in all areas of construction and project management. Our Lead Builders work closely with the church’s representative, building committee, and the Director of Construction Ministries for ChurchCare to ensure completion of the project on time and within budget. Our team will provide regular progress reports to the church and ChurchCare. The Lead Builder will coordinate and manage the volunteer labor. The Lead Builder will ensure compliance with local and national codes and standards as well as obtain required inspections. Experience has proven that construction costs can be reduced as much as 50% by using missionary builders.

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