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Do Something Expansion Campaign

Where Are We Now?
FCC’s campus expansion project has been estimated at a total cost of $2,000,000. We needed $250,000 to begin Phase One, which includes putting a new roof on the existing main building, and adding a porte-cochere to help our elderly, handicapped, and families with small children to load/unload from their vehicles in inclement weather. Phase One also includes adding a new office entrance for our future office space. We currently have received donations totaling $548,246.96 and are working toward beginning construction on Phase One.
Our engineers almost have the bid packages completed. Phase One will be bid in three separate bid packages – – the roof, the Porte-cochere, and the site work. The roofing material that is being proposed will be a GAF long-life, 50 year shingle. This will not only save money on the materials and labor but will allow us to keep the current gutter and facia. We have decided to scale back on the Porte-cochere and only have one lane of traffic and to use a truss system rather than the park timbers. The more conventional approach will save money. Some of the beams and post can be wrapped in cedar to maintain the desired appearance. The underside will have a T and G wooden ceiling. This should look very nice. The site work on the west end parking remodel is 95 percent complete. We are really close to finding out the price for all of Phase One. The planning sometimes takes longer than the construction but the planning is so critical to the integrity of the project!
Continue to pray for the project as it moves forward.
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Missionary Update from the Sudsberry Family

This picture is Ryan recording a video for a campaign to empower our church planting staff. You can watch the series of 3 videos HERE which highlight our growing local Dominican staff. (You can even support one!) 🙂

So many things happening in 2020

Like you we have tried to navigate all of the things happening this year. We started off with some amazing support and even kicked off the launch of a church planting building in Santiago, DR with a Gala in Louisville that went amazing.

We then had several churches join us to see what is happening with us in the DR and now around the world. We held a Global Church Planting Conference with a few hundred leaders, had an assessment for new church planters, and were very involved in starting new churches in prisons.

Then…things changed.

Here we are a few months later trying to navigate the new landscape like you in both the US as well as the world we are serving. We are hiring several new key staff members who are trying to fundraise in the middle of this, keep our family support going through you, our partners, and continue to empower and train leaders to serve and love well in their countries around the world.

As a family we continue to love and empower local leaders, as a family we are navigating college recruiting and applications for our oldest, as a family we try to make decisions that are wise and beneficial to the world around us.

During this time we have also been able to worship with our friends in Scotland, the Dominican, and the US…the online church has its benefits. 🙂

We are grateful for you and your continued support. Praying for you daily.

Ryan & Lori, Ethan, Keagan, & Callie

Or: GO Ministries
11501 Plantside Drive
Suite 14
Louisville, KY. 40299
memo: Sudsberry

Prayer Request

Allyson McKinney – Prayer for health issues

Please Pray!

Julie Hartman / Sandy Stambaugh – Please keep Julie and Sandy (Julie’s mom) in your prayers.  Tom Stambaugh (Julie’s step-father, Sandy’s husband of 30+ years) passed away suddenly Monday, June 1st, early in the morning.  


Andrea See – Baptism