KY Baptists needed to help bring ‘Hope for the Mountains’

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I wanted to personally let you know about an amazing opportunity to impact the Appalachian region for Christ through what we’re calling the Hope for the Mountains crusade, which we’ve scheduled in conjunction with the KBC annual meeting in November.

Hope for the Mountains is set for Nov. 11 at the Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center in Pikeville. For it to be a success, we need your help. First, we need you to pray, asking God’s blessing on this initiative. Second, we need you and your church to get involved as counselors, ushers, and greeters for the service.

Evangelist Jon Reed from Dacula, Georgia, will be preach that evening. And the Jason Lovins Band will provide the music.

Jon Reed will be in the state in May to provide training for volunteers. I encourage you to RSVP for the training at www.kybaptist.org/hope.

Dates and locations for are:

MAY 14 1:00-2:30 pm Local Time
Texas Roadhouse (meeting room)
501 Winchester Ave in Ashland

MAY 14 6:00-7:30 pm Local Time
Peking Chinese Restaurant (meeting room)
Glyn view Plaza, Glynview Plaza in Prestonsburg

MAY 15 8:00-9:30 am Local Time
Airport Gardens Baptist Church
32 Sumac Avenue in Hazard

MAY 15 11:00-12:30 pm Local Time
Peking Chinese Restaurant (meeting room)
Coal Run Village, 4533 N Mayo Trail in Pikeville

KBC will provide free meals for those who attend one of these meetings.

If you don’t live in the region, you can still volunteer to serve in a host of ways during the crusade. Please reach out to Todd Gray ([email protected]) or Andy McDonald ([email protected]) to learn about ways you and/or your church can support this effort. Hope for the Mountains is a tremendous opportunity for Kentucky Baptists to come alongside our sister churches in the mountains to encourage and bless them in their work.

We hope to see you there!

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