October 2008 / Bott Radio Network Supports a City-Wide Outreach in Nebraska's Capitol City, October 11th & 12th
More than three-thousand volunteers from over a dozen Evangelical churches in Lincoln, Nebraska spent a day sprucing up their city. The outreach called â€śProject Serveâ€ť, was the first ever effort from Christian churches across the city of Lincoln, Nebraska. Project Serve was October 11th & 12th 2008. The effort united thousands of people from over a dozen strong evangelical churches of various denominations. Bott Radio Network in Lincoln, Nebraska partnered with Project Serve to bring a public presence to the outreach within the Christian community. www.bottradionetwork.com/stations/nebraska/lincolnomaha/?.... Through witnessing acts of love and service, organizers believe that the community has an opportunity to see the truth of the gospel in people's lives. Volunteers did everything from painting a restroom in a city park to clearing overgrown vines in a drainage waterway. Participating churches underscored their intention to encourage regular service projects by individuals and corporately. The Project Serve effort was an unprecedented collaboration of Lincoln, Nebraska churches.
Pastor Tim Johnson, Senior Pastor, New Covenant Community Church â€“ Lincoln, Nebraska was among the Lincoln Pastors participating in the â€śProject Serveâ€ť outreach. Pictured above, Dr. Tim Johnson â€śmoves the mulchâ€ť at one of the many work projects around the city of Lincoln, Nebraska October 11th & 12th 2008.
Stacy Bell from New Covenant Church (Lincoln, Nebraska) works outdoors with her team during "Project Serve."
The city-wide Project Serve effort united churches across Nebraska's capitol city and was a tangible demonstration to Lincoln, Nebraska of the love of Christ!
Stu Kerns, Senior Pastor, Zion Church â€“ Lincoln, Nebraska in the BRN-Lincoln, Nebraska studio recording a promotional announcement for the "Project Serve" city-wide outreach.
Left-right: Tom Millett - Bott Radio Network Area Manager, Pastor Brad Brestol - Lincoln Berean Church & Pastor Bill Thornton - Capitol City Christian Church, Lincoln, Nebraska . . pictured at Lincoln Berean Church, October 12, 2008.
Over three-thousand followers of Christ participated in the first ever Project Serve weekend as a practical expression of their faith to their city!
Valarie Janzen, Ann Gibbs & Karen Standley from Lincoln Berean Church are pictured at First Free Church (Lincoln, NE) for a morning assembly before going out into the community to serve, 10/11/08. Pam Bristol from New Covenant Church (Lincoln, NE) is pictured in in the background, right.
Brian Abbott, Associate Pastor of Outreach at First Free Church in Lincoln, Nebraska, was among the many Lincoln, Nebraska Pastors who participated â€śProject Serveâ€ť city outreach. Pictured above in the BRN-Lincoln, Nebraska studio, Pastor Brian records a promotional message for 'Project Serve."
Project Serve team members gather at assemblies at churches across Lincoln, Nebraska, October 11th & 12th, 2008. Pictured above, First Free Church (Lincoln, Nebraska).
Doug Kavanaugh from First Free Church (Lincoln, NE) assembles a bookshelf at Cedars Youth Services (Lincoln, Nebraska) during â€śProject Serveâ€ť Saturday, October 11th 2008.
Project Serve team members gather at assemblies at churches across Lincoln, Nebraska October 11th & 12th 2008. Above, First Free Church (Lincoln, Nebraska).
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