Extreme Build XII
Jun
11
to Jun 17

Extreme Build XII

EXTREME BUILD XII

McCreary County, Kentucky

Eventbrite - Extreme Build 2017

 

 

For our twelfth year, CBF Kentucky and partners including Kentucky Highlands and McCHDO will build a home alongside a family in McCreary County, Kentucky, identified by CBF's Together for Hope initiative as one of the twenty poorest counties in America. House by house, we are building affordable, sustainable homes; family by family, we are changing lives.

This year's Extreme Build partner family is Kimberly Powell. Kimberly has had temporary custody of young Chloe for the past thirteen years due to the love in her heart for the child. She also has temporary custody of her 6-year-old grandson, Tajah. He has lived with her since he was 15 months old. For nearly seven years, Kimberly has performed any needed home repairs, excluding major repairs like water heaters and HVAC. Kimberly contacted our housing partners seeking a new home with three bedrooms instead of two due to the age difference of her children. She wishes to give the children a safe and comfortable environment in the coming years. CBF Kentucky is proud to partner alongside Kimberly, Chloe and Tajah for Extreme Build XII!

We need your help!

Through the contribution of funding and labor from CBF Kentucky churches and individuals, Extreme Build recipients carry an affordable mortgage on a solid, sustainable new house. 

We need volunteers both skilled and unskilled to make Extreme Build XII happen! If you can't go, give to support this effort. If you can't go or give, please pray for the safety of volunteers and for Kimberly and her kids during this exciting but challenging time.

Registration Due: May 26, 2017

Fees: $25 per person/per day (up to $100 total) includes donation towards house, meals, t-shirt. You are responsible for making your own hotel accommodations.

Interested in Pre-Build: Wednesday-Friday, June 7-10? Contact rhonda@cbfky.org.

Schedule:

Sunday, June 11: Registration, Dinner

Monday-Friday, June 12-16: Extreme Build Week

Saturday, June 17: House Dedication & Celebration

Daily Schedule:

6:00 am  Breakfast (FBC Whitley City)

7:00 am  Morning devotion, prayer, announcements (on site)

7:15 am  Work begins

12:00 pm Lunch (on site)

1:00 pm Work continues

5:30 pm Site work wraps up

6:15 pm Dinner* (FBC Whitley City)

*Wednesday evening dinner not provided, please visit local restaurant

Motel Information:

 

To learn more about the CBF Kentucky Extreme Build, check out the CBF highlight video below.

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Leading Women
Apr
26
to Apr 28

Leading Women

Join us at First Baptist Knoxville to celebrate the influence and voices of women from across the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship movement. This three-day gathering will include conversation, worship, leadership development and networking opportunities. All women across the fellowship are invited. Learn more here. For sponsorship opportunities, including the opportunity to honor or remember your favorite Leading Woman, see below:

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Celebrating Women of Influence - $5,000
Listed in published conference program booklet
Listed on screen at all group events
Reserved seating at banquet
Recognized at the banquet and in banquet program
Recognized at opening event
Listed on sign for banquet
Recognized in news release, email about event and conference page on the website

Empowering Women Leaders - $2,500
Listed in published conference program booklet
Listed on screen at all group events
Reserved seating at banquet
Recognized at banquet

Supporting Stargazers - $1,000
Listed in published conference program booklet
Listed on screen at all group events
Reserved seating at banquet

Remembering Trailblazers - $500
Listed in published conference program booklet with name of trailblazer honored

Sponsorship checks should be made payable to CBF and sent to: Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, Attn. Ruth Perkins Lee, 160 Clairemont Ave. Suite 500, Decatur, GA 30030. Please include: 1) Name of Leading Woman 2) Honoring or Remembering? 3) Person(s) or group sponsoring

 

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Generation Next: Meet the Future of the Fellowship
Apr
21
1:30pm 1:30pm

Generation Next: Meet the Future of the Fellowship

On April 21, 2017, eight young Baptist leaders will share their big ideas about faith and church during the Friday afternoon forum at our annual Spring Gathering entitled "Generation Next: Meet the Future of the Fellowship." Each speaker will have fifteen minutes. Featured speakers include (from left in picture below): Richard Hughes, student at Simmons College of Kentucky (St. Stephen Church, Louisville); Jessica Jasper, chaplain at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown (Living Faith Baptist Fellowship); Jessica Jenkins, student at Campbellsville University (Buechel Park Baptist, Louisville); Laura Rodgers Levens, assistant professor of Christian mission at Baptist Seminary of Kentucky; Alex Lockridge, minister of youth at First Baptist Corbin; Lauren McDuffie, associate pastor at First Baptist Morehead; Evan Rowe, associate pastor at Midway Baptist; and Micah Spicer, pastor of First Baptist Fort Thomas. The facilitator of the forum will be Devita Parnell, young Baptist ecosystem manager for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Register here to attend this exciting event featuring some amazing young Baptist leaders!

 

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2017 Spring Gathering
Apr
21
to Apr 22

2017 Spring Gathering

  • First Baptist Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

MANY TRIBES, ONE PEOPLE

Eventbrite - 2017 CBF Kentucky Spring Gathering

 

 

Spring Gathering 2017 will feature some of Kentucky’s beloved Fellowship Baptists on April 21-22 at First Baptist Church in Corbin.

Friday opens with a luncheon where we will recognize some new faces to CBF Kentucky, including some representatives of churches who joined the Fellowship since last Spring. Friday afternoon will feature some of CBF Kentucky’s brightest young stars sharing their passions and hopes for the future in an afternoon session entitled “Discovery Next: Meet the Future of the Fellowship.” Devita Parnell, young Baptist ecosystem for CBF Global, will participate in this event. Speakers include: Richard Hughes, student at Simmons College of Kentucky; Alex Lockridge, minister of youth at First Baptist Corbin; Lauren McDuffie, associate pastor at First Baptist Morehead; and Micah Spicer, pastor of First Baptist Fort Thomas.

Baptist Seminary of Kentucky will hold their annual banquet on Friday night. Click here to make your reservation. Worship that evening will feature proclaimers Kristy and Zach Bay of First Baptist Church of Middlesboro.

Saturday’s breakout sessions include panel discussions from Kentucky church leaders around the themes of “Enriching Worship,” “Becoming Neighbors,” and “Redefining Church.” The CBF Illumination Project will offer a report.

Finally, Saturday worship will feature dean of Baptist Seminary of Kentucky, Dalen Jackson, and friends leading us in the celebration of Holy Communion.

We hope you’ll join us April 21-22 in Corbin for Spring Gathering 2017!

SCHEDULE:

Friday, April 21
12:00pm Fellowship Luncheon
1:30pm Discovery Next: Meet the Future of the Fellowship
5:30pm BSK Banquet
7:00pm Business Session
7:45pm Worship
9:00pm Fellowship & Book Signing

Saturday
9:00am Refreshments
9:30am Breakout #1
10:30am Breakout #2
11:30am Worship

HOTELS: Call the following hotels and ask for the special CBF Kentucky Rate

Hampton Inn Corbin (3-star)
125 Adams Road, Corbin
606-523-5696
CBF Kentucky Rate: $89.00/night

Baymont Corbin (2-star)
174 Adams Rd, Corbin
606-523-9040
CBF Kentucky Rate: $69.95/night

 

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Youth Missions Weekend 2017
Mar
24
to Mar 26

Youth Missions Weekend 2017

Eventbrite - 2017 CBF Kentucky Youth Missions Weekend

 

 

CBF Kentucky Youth Missions Weekend is a weekend retreat for church youth groups.  Held at Georgetown College March 24-26, 2017, CBF Kentucky Youth Missions Weekend gives students opportunities for fellowship, worship, and mission work.  

What do you get with registration?

  • 4 meals
  • worship leadership and support staff
  • Bible study and mission sites supplies
  • Youth Missions Weekend t-shirt
  • Hotel lodging at Motel 6, Georgetown

Cost of registration is $50 per person, due by March 15, 2017. A reduced rate for those who don't need lodging is $25 per person. You may pay online by credit card or by check.

Activities will be scheduled Friday evening through Sunday morning. Groups will be encouraged to attend worship at a church of their choice. Contact Rhonda Blevins for more information, and view the group leader info pak below.

 

 

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Shift Learning Experience
Oct
21
to Oct 22

Shift Learning Experience

  • St. Matthews Baptist Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
Eventbrite - SHIFT Learning Experience

DEADLINE TO REGISTER: OCTOBER 13, 2016

A learning experience for lay leadership teams, clergy, and church staffs, sponsored by CBF Kentucky at St. Matthews Baptist Church, Louisville, Kentucky.

Three Big Moves for the 21st Century Church: Shift describes three major 21st Century movements in congregations, which are relevant and pertinent to the world in which we find ourselves: 1) Membership Culture to Discipleship Culture, 2) Consumer Church to Sacred Partnering, and 3) Attractional Church to Missional Church.

The shifts happening in culture, to which God's church is proactively responding, are growing clear. Now we can describe major responses - healthy, proactive, faithful, courageous responses - all of which are encouraging for God's church.

Each segment of the Shift Learning Experience includes opportunities for learning, personal reflection, and dialogue. Shift is an interactional learning experience consisting of presentation, videos, individual reflection, small group dialogue, and large group interaction.

Course Instructor
Mark Tidsworth is the founder and president of Pinnacle Leadership Associates, a growing source of high quality training experiences for clergy and church staff. Tidsworth has been actively engaged in providing training for clergy and church staff since 2001. Mark's experiences along the way include: pastor, new church developer, interim pastor, therapist (with a couple of licenses), trained leadership coach, trained congregational consultant, Certified Peoplemap Trainer, and Emotional Intelligence Trainer. Now Mark focuses on leadership coaching, training, and consulting with clergy, church staffs, and congregations. Mark is the author of Shift: Three Big Moves for the 21st Century Church and co-author of Disciple Development Coaching: Christian Formation for the 21st Century.

Schedule

Friday, October 21
5:30pm-6:45pm Registration
6:00pm-7:00pm Dinner (optional)
7:00pm-9:00pm Session I
9:00pm-? Dessert Fellowship

Saturday, October 22
8:30am-9:00am Donuts & Coffee
9:00am-11:30am Session II
11:30am-12:15pm Lunch
12:15pm-2:00pm Session III

 

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KBF/EEAM 10 Year Anniversary Trip
Sep
29
to Oct 9

KBF/EEAM 10 Year Anniversary Trip

Eventbrite - 2016 KBF/EEAM 10 Year Celebration Trip

2016 marks 10 years of partnership with EEAM churches in Morocco!

Our trip will focus on celebrating the partnership.  We will also have the opportunity to help train the teachers within the church.  Our goal is to provide learning opportunities for those in leadership within the EEAM churches.  

The total cost of the trip is $2,100.  A non-refundable deposit of $100 is due by June 15th.  Final payment may be made by check with a note in the memo of 'Morocco 2016 trip' or via paypal at http://www.kybf.org/donate

Contact Kristin for more information.

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Sep
25
4:30pm 4:30pm

Relay for Africa

Relay for Africa 2016

10 MILE RELAY RUN/WALK FOR AFRICA

(Four legs of 2.5 miles each)

Sunday, September 25, 2016, 4:30 p.m.
Millennium Park at the picnic pavilion

Danville, KY

Benefitting African Refugee Ministry in Morocco

Cookout, Kids’ Games, Awards, Walkers & Runners

Hosted by: Lexington Avenue Baptist Church and

 CBF Kentucky 

Questions?:

Contact Keith Stillwell (859-236-3565)
keith@lexingtonavenue.org

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Extreme Build XI
Jun
12
to Jun 18

Extreme Build XI

ONLINE REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED
Contact Rhonda Blevins, rhonda@kybf.org, or call 502-426-1931 if you plan to join us!

Join us for Extreme Build XI in McCreary County, Kentucky! 

EXTREME BUILD XI RECIPIENTS
Esther McCartt and Geneva Yancey are cousins who were raised like sisters. Geneva’s parents bought property in McCreary County when she was an infant. When Esther’s father passed away, she and her mother moved into the Yancey home to be closer to family. Esther and Geneva have been together ever since. Geneva worked in Somerset as an LPN for years, and eventually purchased the family homestead from her siblings in 2010. She and Esther have lived there since. On a December Wednesday in 2012, as the two were getting ready to go to church, the house caught fire and significant damage to the home was sustained. Before Extreme Build XI, the old family home will be demolished, thanks to a generous grant. Then we will come alongside Esther and Geneva to build a new house. Make plans now to participate in Extreme Build XI, June 12-18, 2016.

 

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Children's Ministry Workshop
Apr
30
9:00am 9:00am

Children's Ministry Workshop

Eventbrite - Children's Ministry Workshop

 

 

Children's workers are invited to attend an introductory session of Godly Play.  Lois Howard, accredited trainer through Godly Play Foundation will lead the training from 9:00am - 1:00pm.  Lunch (included in registration) and discussion about how to implement Godly Play will follow the training from 1:00-2:00pm.

"Children have an innate sense of the presence of God. The Godly Play approach helps them to explore their faith through story, to gain religious language and to enhance their spiritual experience though wonder and play. Based on Montessori principles and developed using a spiral curriculum, the Godly Play method serves children through early, middle and late childhood and beyond."  For more information, click here.

Contact Kristin for more information.

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KBF Spring Gathering, Campbellsville University
Apr
22
to Apr 23

KBF Spring Gathering, Campbellsville University

Eventbrite - 2016 KBF Spring Gathering

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Join friends from Kentucky Baptist Fellowship at Campbellsville University as we celebrate 25 years of being a Fellowship, April 22-23, 2016. The theme for this year’s Spring Gathering celebrates our common purpose: “Living as Covenant Community.”

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Our keynote presenter for this gathering is Rev. Karen Thomas Smith, chaplain at Al Akhawayn University in Morocco and president of the Protestant Church of Morocco (EEAM).

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

  • “Responding to the Refugee Crisis” panel discussion with Steve Clark, Annette Ellard, Alix Davidson Keller, and Karen Thomas
  • “What’s Up with CBF Global Missions?” led by Steven Porter, CBF Global Missions Coordinator
  • “EmpowerWest: What We’re Learning” with Jason Crosby, Kevin Cosby, Joe Phelps and others
  • “Fighting Predatory Lending” led by Sharon Felton, CBF Advocacy Specialist
  • “Human Trafficking: What We Need to Know” by Candace Hansford, associate professor at Campbellsville University
  • Academy of Preachers Festival
  • "But we already have women _________, what’s next? Creating a culture of support in your congregation" sponsored by Kentucky Baptist Women in Ministry, Emily Holladay and Alix Davidson Keller, co-conveners

FRIDAY SESSIONS: TWO TRACKS

  • “Reclaiming Evangelism for the 21st Century” led by Steven Porter, CBF Global Missions Coordinator, challenges church leaders and missions teams to think beyond charity to capacity-building engagement in their communities and beyond.
  • “Human Trafficking and the Christian Response” led by Candace Hansford, associate professor at Campbellsville University, offersnetworking and continuing education for chaplains and pastoral counselors. (3 CEU’s)

Friday Sessions begin with a Fellowship Luncheon at 12:00. The workshops begin at 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm. Registration and a $10 fee are required for the Friday Sessions.  

SCHEDULE

Friday, April 22

  • 12:00 - Lunch (reservation required)
  • 1:30 - Workshops (see above)
  • 5:30 - BSK Banquet (contact BSK for reservations)
  • 7:00 - Business Session
  • 7:45 - Worship
  • 9:00 - Fellowship

Saturday, April 23

  • 8:30 - Refreshments & Young Pastor's Breakfast
  • 9:30 - Breakout Session #1
  • 10:30 - Breakout Session #2
  • 11:30 - Worship

ACCOMODATIONS

For your convenience, KBF has set up room blocks in two hotels. The rooms are available by request under the name "Kentucky Baptist Fellowship" at a reduced rate. 

  • Holiday Inn Express, 270-465-2727, reserve by March 20, $109.99.
  • Best Western, 270-465-7001, reserve by April 8, $99.99.

CHILDCARE

Childcare will be available Friday, April 22, 7pm-9pm, and Saturday April 23, 8:30am-12:30pm. Reservations required. Email: rhonda@kybf.org.

 

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Youth Missions Weekend
Apr
15
to Apr 17

Youth Missions Weekend

Eventbrite - 2016 KBF Youth Missions Weekend

KBF Youth Missions Weekend is a weekend retreat for church youth groups.  Held at Broadway Baptist April 15-17, KBF Youth Missions Weekend gives students opportunities for fellowship, worship, and mission work.  

What do you get with registration?

  • 4 meals
  • KBF worship leadership and support staff
  • Bible study and mission sites supplies
  • 2015 KBF Youth Missions Weekend t-shirt & water bottle

In order to register, a $15 deposit must be received for each participant.  All deposits are refundable up to March 25, 2016.  After that date, any cancellations are forfeited and the $15 deposit is owed to KBF regardless of participation.  The entire $35 registration fee for all registered participants is due to KBF no later than April 10, 2016.  You may pay KBF online by credit card or by check.

In order to keep prices resonable, we will be sleeping at the church.  There will be scheduled events through Saturday evening.  Groups will be encouraged to attend worship at a church in Louisville. Contact Kristin for more information.

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Young Adult Retreat
Mar
18
to Mar 19

Young Adult Retreat

Eventbrite - KBF Young Baptist Retreat

Kentucky Baptist Fellowship is holding a retreat for young adults in Louisville. Led by Devita Parnell, CBF Young Baptist Ecosystem Manager, the retreat will be a time of spiritual renewal and a chance to discover who you were created to be. Post-college age through forty years old are encouraged to attend.  Retreat Cost: $15. Hotel reservations can be made at the Breckinridge Inn, (502) 456-5050, rate of $72.95 for the night.  Tell the hotel you are with the Kentucky Baptist Fellowship. Retreat Location: Broadway Baptist Church, 4000 Brownsboro Road, Louisville, KY 40207.

If you have any questions, please email Kristin.

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Feb
29
7:00pm 7:00pm

Race, Slavery, and a Way Forward

Join the EmpowerWest Coalition for a Community Dialogue on
Race, Slavery, and A Way Forward

featuring Edward Baptist,
author of The Half Has Never Been Told

Monday, February 29, 7:00 p.m.
at Highland Baptist Church

Secure reservations here

All citizens of Louisville are asked to read the book during Black History month and come join together in a public reflection. The Half Has Never Been Told is a brave exploration of America’s history of slavery—a history which continue to reverberate in our shared culture today. Slavery affected, and continues to affect, everything. Seen from the seemingly safe distance of 150 years, readers are led to the edge of honest conversation, repentance, and resolve to change structures of racism still entrenched firmly in American culture—our only hope of substantive, equitable change, which Christians call the Kingdom of God.

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Feb
10
1:30pm 1:30pm

Race, Slavery, and a Way Forward

Join the EmpowerWest Coalition for a Dialogue on Race, Slavery, and A Way Forward
featuring Edward Baptist, author of The Half Has Never Been Told

Monday, February 29, 7:00 p.m.
at Highland Baptist Church

Secure reservations here

All citizens of Louisville are asked to read the book during Black History month and come join together in a public reflection. The Half Has Never Been Told is a brave exploration of America’s history of slavery—a history which continue to reverberate in our shared culture today. Slavery affected, and continues to affect, everything. Seen from the seemingly safe distance of 150 years, readers are led to the edge of honest conversation, repentance, and resolve to change structures of racism still entrenched firmly in American culture—our only hope of substantive, equitable change, which Christians call the Kingdom of God.

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Jan
15
6:00pm 6:00pm

EmpowerWest Workshop

What's Next for EmpowerWest? Come join us at St. Stephen Church in Louisville for conversation and small group discussions for the following topics: Justice & Advocacy, Interracial Relations, Community Development, Partnership Development, Education, Events, and Business Development.

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Dec
1
12:00am12:00am

#GivingTuesday

One Day of Giving.
   One Year of Growing.
      It's that simple.

On December 1, 2015, KBF is holding it's first ever #GivingTuesday event in order to grow our ministries in 2016. Monies and pledges received that day will support four exciting new initiatives currently not included in the budget:

  • Building a Young Baptist Ecosystem, including holding a young adult retreat and launching a young adult network.
  • Resourcing Churches through holding a childrens' ministry training event and a fall seminar for clergy and church leaders.
  • Growing the Empower West Louisville initiative through engaging Student.Go interns through Simmons College and sponsoring workshops, summits, and an interracial MLK service featuring Walter Bruggemann.
  • Supporting a Church Plant in Northern Kentucky.

Here's how it works:

  1. Pray about a #GivingTuesday gift over and above your annual KBF contribution.
  2. Prompt your church leaders to consider a #GivingTuesday gift over and above regular KBF contributions.
  3. Provide your gift or pledge on #GivingTuesday through online giving, e-mail, or by calling 502-381-2229.
  4. Participate on December 1 by following our progress on Twitter and Facebook.
  5. Party with the KBF staff at 5 stops throughout the Commonwealth: breakfast in Owensboro, lunch in Elizabethtown, coffee in London, dinner in Lexington, and the after party in Louisville

Your gift of $10 or more will make a difference for KBF's future on #GivingTuesday!

50 Friends @ $10
40 Friends @ $25
30 Friends @ $50
20 Friends @ $100
10 Friends @ $200
3 Churches @ $1,000
5 Churches @ $3,000

GOAL = $25,000

One Day of Giving. 
One Year of Growing.
It's that simple.

 

 

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Sep
27
4:30pm 4:30pm

Relay for Africa

Join Lexington Avenue Baptist Church for the Relay for Africa, a 10 mile relay run/walk to benefit the ministry among African refugees in Morocco. Held in Millennium Park, the four legs of the race will be 2.5 miles each. There will be a cookout, kids' games, awards & prizes. If you have questions, contact Keith Stillwell at 859-236-3565 or keith@lexingtonavenue.org. Want to learn more? Check out their Facebook page or the Relay for Africa website

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Sep
23
7:00pm 7:00pm

Empower West: Urban/Suburban Church Leadership Summit

Dr. Kevin Cosby, president of Simmons College and pastor of St. Stephen Baptist Church in Louisville, invites you to St. Stephen on Wednesday, September 23 at 7:00 pm as he continues a discussion with other Louisville faith leaders around racial reconciliation and West End development. Among the faith leaders in attendance will be: Chris Sanders, recent KBF Interim Coordinator; Chris Caldwell, pastor of Broadway Baptist; Jason Crosby, pastor of Crescent Hill Baptist; Joe Phelps, pastor of Highland Baptist; and Rhonda Blevins, KBF Coordinator. Representatives from other churches and denominations will be present as well. Following the corporate dialogue, a marketplace will be open to shop from local vendors and meet new friends. Watch for more details in the days ahead, and plan now to be a part of this exciting dialogue!

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Jun
3
to Jun 13

Extreme Build 10th Anniversary

Extreme Build 2015 - "A Miracle of Partnerships"

Register here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/extreme-build-2015-registration-15807539777

Registration fees* for 2015:
$25 per person/per day - 4 days or more on site, registration fee is $100 per person (total)

~PRE-BUILD TEAM: $50 if working pre-build only, $100 if working pre-build and Extreme Build week

*Fee includes donation towards house, meals, t-shirt, and incidentals.  You are responsible for making your own motel accomodations in McCreary County (options are listed below). 

2014 Schedule for Extreme Build
Wednesday, June 3 - Friday, June 5, 2015:
 Pre-build (by invitation only, contact Sharon Davis at gdavis3@bellsouth.net for more information)

Saturday, June 6, 2015: McCreary County Community Build Day (members of the county are encourage to work with Extreme Build volunteers)

Sunday, June 7, 2015: Registration, Pizza Party, and Newcomers orientation (held at First Baptist Church Whitley City, 20 W Williamsburg St, Whitley City, KY 42653

Monday, June 8 - Friday, June 12, 2015: Extreme Build Week

Saturday, June 13, 2015: Dedication Day & 10 Anniversary Celebration

Daily Schedule For Extreme Build Week
(Subject To Change closer to build) 

6:00AM -  Breakfast (FBC Whitley City)
6:40AM - Shuttle service begins to Extreme Build construction site
7:00AM - Morning devotion, prayer, announcements (on site)
7:15AM - Work begins
12:00PM - Lunch served on site
1:00PM - Work Continues for afternoon
5:30PM - Site work wraps up, final shuttle leaves for church
6:15PM - Dinner* (FBC Whitley City)
6:45PM - Evening Awards & Fun (FBC Whitley City) 
*Wednesday Evening Dinner is not provided, please visit local restaurants 

McCreary County Lodging Information Listed Below: (inquire about a low-cost lodging spot at FBC Whitley City's Mission House by emailing laura@kybf.org)

Parkland Motel
1950 US 27
Stearns, KY 42647
606-376-5046

Big South Fork Motor Lodge
136 Bruce Street
Stearns, KY 42647
606-376-8012

Executive Southfork Inn
1116 N. Hwy 27
Whitley City, KY 42653
606-376-3780 

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Apr
24
to Apr 25

2015 KBF Spring Gathering

Join us for our annual Spring Gathering, April 24-25, 2015, at Lexington Avenue Baptist Church in Danville, KY!

When: April 24-25, 2015
Where: Lexington Avenue Baptist, Danville
Speaker: Steven Porter, CBF Global Missions Coordinator
Hotel: Hampton Inn, Danville. Click here to make online reservations for a discounted KBF rate! 

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2015-kbf-spring-gathering-registration-15202832080

See the 2015 Spring Gathering Program Book here: 

WHY SHOULD I COME?

  • Network with friends and colleagues
  • Baptist Seminary of Kentucky Annual Banquet 
  • Worship on Friday and Saturday
  • Breakouts for pastors, associates, and laity on Saturday
  • REGISTRATION IS FREE!

Breakout Sessions: 

*CBF New Church Start Initiative - Andy Hale, CBF

*Connect*Serve*Transform* - Scarlette Jasper, CBF Field Personnel

*Empowering Your Congregation to Put Love into Action - Rick Underwood, Oates Institute

*Payday Lending is Predatory Lending - Chris Sanders, KBF Interim Coordinator

*The Future of CBF Global Missions - Steven Porter, CBF Global Missions Coordinator

*Academy of Preachers - Young Ministers from around the State!

*Growing Stronger Together, KBF & CBF - Bob Fox, KBF Moderator & Pastor, Faith Baptist

*When You Gather Together: Talking Worship with Children, Youth, and Adults (Introducing KBF Worship Curriculum!) - John Inscore Essick, Baptist Seminary of Kentucky

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Apr
17
to Apr 18

KBF Youth Missions Weekend 2015

KBF Youth Missions Weekend is a weekend retreat for church youth groups.  Held at Georgetown Baptist April 17-18, KBF Youth Missions Weekend gives students opportunities for fellowship, worship, and mission work.  Contact Andrew Noe for more information at andrewnoe@rosemontbc.net.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2015-kbf-youth-missions-weekend-registration-15807322126

What do you get with registration?

  • 1 nights at a Georgetown hotel
  • food 
  • KBF worship leadership and support staff
  • supplies for Bible study and mission sites
  • 2015 KBF Youth Missions Weekend t-shirt

  

LEADERSHIP

Organizer - Andrew Noe, Rosemont Baptist, Lexington

Proclaimer - Laura Edgar, Preaching Intern, Central Baptist, Lexington and Baptist Seminary of Kentucky Student

In order to register, a $30 deposit must be received for each participant.  All deposits are refundable up to March 25, 2015.  After that date, any cancellations are forfeited and the $30 deposit is owed to KBF regardless of participation.  The entire $60 registration fee for all registered participants is due to KBF no later than April 1, 2015.  You may pay KBF online by credit card (note that the processing fee is passed along to you) or by check.

 

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