Missions

This is the place for all the latest news from our Missions Education Team.

Mission Moment – Rainbow Acres

From Pastor Gregg A. Sneller, Partnership Advocate of Rainbow Aces At the age of 16, I first met a man by the name of Ralph Showers. He was deeply loved by the pastor of our church and came to speak about a dream of a ranch in Arizona for adults with developmental disabilities. Rainbow Acres…

Disaster Rejuvenates Hope in Kikongo

The night was dark and stormy. August is still the dry season, but a tropical electrical storm accompanied by lots of wind was bearing down on Kikongo. Glen was in Kinshasa, so Rita was by herself to close the windows and put the barrels out under the water spouts to catch the precious water after…

Mission News – Nicaragua

From Jennifer Scott, team leader For 10 years, FBC has sent a delegation about every other year to Nicaragua to visit AMOS and the communities of La Pimienta and El Calderon. The last delegation traveled in 2016, so it’s time to go again. This will be my last trip as the Nica Team Coordinator and…

AMOS Nicaragua Delegation

July 7-18, FBC Delegation Visits AMOS Health & Hope in Nicaragua Please keep the ten delegates from FBC in your prayers as they travel to be with the people of La Pimienta and El Calderon, to organize and work together to improve access to basic health care for their community members. Learn more about AMOS…

Safe Families for Children

Safe Families for Children Informational Session Sunday, June 5th 10-10:50am – Gathering Room The Safe Families for Children program coordinated through A Family Place Relief Nursery and Catholic Community Services, is a movement of compassion designed to reduce child abuse by providing a secure, temporary home for children whose parents are in crisis. The program…

FBC sponsors a Rainbow Acres Resident

INTRODUCING DONNA  Donna Hubler came to live at Rainbow Acres six years ago after her mother passed away. Her sister, Patty, helped move Donna to Rainbow Acres and Patty and her husband do the best they can to pay for Donna’s care. It is a challenge because both are in their 70’s, still working and…