M I S S I O N S

 
Ministry Statement: Leading HHBC to proclaim the gospel in word and deed
                                                     in our community and around the world.
 
Ministry Verse: But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you;                                                   and you will be My witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea
                                         and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth. Acts 1:8 NIV
 
 

Homeless Ministry  Whatever you did for the least of these my brothers and sisters, you did for me.  Matthew 25:40

 
 
 
 

HHBC provides a weekly meal and time of fellowship for the homeless of our community

  • Sundays from 4;00 to 5;00 pm
  • Morrell Park (500 Harris Street, Henderson)
  • Come on out to help serve the meal and engage in conversation, thereby showing the love of Christ
  • Clothing Donations Accepted: (1) Gently used clothing, particularly winter wear (2) Blankets. Drop of in the bin in the back of the Worship Center.

Contact Allen Carver: 702-934-5312 for more info.

 

Good News Clubs

Good News Club is a gospel centered outreach ministry in local elementary schools. HHBC holds a Good News Club at Robert Taylor Elementary during the school year. Despite the extenuating circumstances of this past year, our club continued to meet weekly at Morrell Park (weather permitting) and otherwise at the church.

In GNC children hear Bible stories, learn verses, play games, sing songs and receive lots of love. We are excited to be involved in impacting the unchurched in our community with the gospel.
 
Planning to resume GNC September 2021.
 
Good News Clubs are a ministry of Child Evangelism Fellowship. For more information about the Good News Clubs around the country: http://www.cefonline.com/ministries/goodnewsclub/
 
 

Nursing Home Ministry

Weekly visitation at Lake Mead Health and Rehabilitation has been put on hold during COVID-19.
 
 
 

International Missions

The Foodo are our adopted people group in the Benin, West Africa. They are Muslim and highly resistant to the gospel. Since 2013 we have been praying for their salvation and sending mission teams. God is at work! Foodo are coming to Christ! (See ministry timeline below)
 
Foodo T-shirts for sale ($12). Available in Worship Center at the Foodo Table.
 

Iana was paralyzed due to a stroke. After being prayed for many times by Samuel our church planter, the Lord healed her. She became the first Foodo believer! Now she is an active part of the Ministry.

Church planter Guy is actively engaging the Foodo for Christ.

Beninese Ministry partner Marc Idjigberou

 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

FOODO Mission Timeline

  • Jan 2013 Adopted the Foodo, with the goal of reaching them for Christ. Began praying for and learning about them. We are the only church evangelizing them.
  • Feb 2014 Sent group of 6 to missions training in AZ
  • Jan 2015 Marc Idjigberou, our Beninese ministry partner came to HHBC for 1st time
  • Feb 2015 1st mission team went on a survey trip
  • Aug 2015 Delivered French Bibles (There are no Bibles in their language; they are educated in French)
  • June 2016 2nd mission team led English camp for students
  • Jan 2017 Distributed Bible stories on SD cards
  • Feb 2017 Began supporting church planter Samuel to evangelize them
  • Oct 2017 3rd mission team shared Bible stories and provided 100+ lunches for students
  • Feb 2018 Pastor John Mark went to Semere; he also led a country wide training for pastors in Benin
  • April 2019 1st Foodo convert: The Lord healed Iana of paralysis which led to her salvation!
  • July 2019 4th mission team held eye clinic and gave out Treasures (hand-held solar powered devices with Bible stories in Foodo)
  • Aug 2020 Engaged Pastor Guy to work with the Foodo; Samuel moved to another ministry assignment
  • Sept 2020 Two more salvations! A small group meets for church in Semere and three evangelistic Bible studies in outlying villages
  • Dec 2020 Pastor Guy leads 6 evangelistic Bible studies. 19 total salvations!
  • June 2021 Church building completed (See bottom photos)