The Kentucky Baptist Convention is presenting an additional, a possibly the last, Operation Inasmuch training for 2017.
In September, churches across the state will engage in organized acts of service in an effort to meet the physical and spiritual needs of local communities.
On June 24, Operation Inasmuch coordinators have one more opportunity to receive assistance with how to assemble a crew of helpers, recruit volunteers and come up with ministry projects with maximum impact.
“It’s an opportunity to not only help people in need,” said Kentucky Baptist Convention Missions Mobilization Leader Eric Allen, “but mobilize the body of Christ to share the gospel with others, strengthen church fellowship and allow individuals to use personal gifts for the glory of God.”
Allen said it’s not uncommon for churches to see 75 percent of their average Sunday attendance participate in the one-day missions effort.
“It’s also a great first step for those who’ve never been on a mission trip,” Allen said.
The Kentucky Baptist Convention has already offered four regional training opportunities in Ashland, Berea, Bowling Green and Paducah.
Register now for the June 24 Operation Inasmuch training being held at Northern Kentucky Baptist Association in Erlanger.