May 2011 / Bott Radio Network Hosts RBC Pastor Appreciation Breakfast in Wichita, Wednesday, May 25th
Bott Radio Network hosted the RBC Pastor Appreciation Breakfast, Wednesday, May 25th, at the Hilton Garden Inn in WIchita, Kansas. The breakfast was an outreach to pastors, to encourage them in what they do as well as an introduction to the many ways Radio Bible Class offers resources for all believers, and pastors in particular. RBC publishes the very popular publication, "Our Daily Bread" as well as many other helps for Christians. Visit www.rbc.org/index.aspx to learn more. They also host the radio program "Discover the Word" with BIble teachers Haddon Robinson, Alice Mathews and Mart De Haan across the country. For the schedule for "Discover the Word" across Bott Radio Network, visit www.bottradionetwork.com/programming/guide/ministry/195/D...
Steve South, Bott Radio Network COO, speaks to the group during the RBC Pastor Appreciation Breakfast in Wichita, Kansas.
RBC Ministries provided a wonderful breakfast to honor and uplift Wichita area pastors and their associates.
Wichita area pastors enjoy fellowship and good food at the RBC Pastor Appreciation Breakfast.
Joe Tower, RBC Director of Church Ministries, opens the meeting and welcomes the
pastors. Here he is holding up one of RBC's premier publications, "Our Daily Bread" used by millions across the country and around the world.
A stirring message is delivered by Bill Crowder, DIrector of Content Development and Associate Bible Teacher for Radio Bible Class Ministries on the missing ingredient
from believers: hope.
To the world hope is synonymous with "wishing" and "dreaming"; it is a verb.
But to the Christian, hope is a noun: confident expectation because we trust
in an Almighty God. Hope is something we have to transform our lives.
Hope is in the "but not." We say "but" however we should say: "but not."
Bill pointed out that hope is missing from our evangelism.(I Peter 3:15). We
keep loading our minds with answers about which no one is asking the
questions. We are to explain the hope that is in us.
Volunteer Linda South (wife of BRN COO Steve South) has some quality time with
Susan Scott, BRN Office Assistant in Wichita/Newton, helps a participant at the BRN resource table during the RBC Pastor Appreciation Breakfast at Wichita's HIlton Garden Inn.