Sometimes we look at problems and issues in our city and they just seem too big and too complex. How do we even start to address the issues of generational poverty and violence? How can broken families find healing? What would God have us...

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      11.17.17 | by Trey Gibson

           It was my second day working at FBNO when Pastor David walked into my office and asked if I wanted to take a drive. I agreed, and we headed to 5304 Canal Boulevard—just before the railroad tracks.

        CentriFuge 2017

        07.07.17 | by Trey Gibson

             Camp is a unique opportunity for students to remove themselves from the everyday grind and distractions of life. It is a unique, week-long, oppor-tunity in a calendar year to have an hourly pursuit of the Lord and his will literally...

          Inspired to Grow Testimony

          03.17.17 | by Trey Gibson

          When I was in 6th grade we said goodbye to a church home that met on St. Charles Avenue. We met at NOBTS for 6 months while our new home here on Canal Blvd. was completed. As a church we moved to this location with great hope and expectation...

            Youth Endymion Parking Fundraiser

            03.02.17 | by Trey Gibson

            Whether it was through taking money and greeting cars full of parading families, guiding cars into spaces, handling concessions, cleaning bathrooms, waving signs on the neutral ground, or just boosting the morale of other workers, Saturday...

              Alaska Update and Camp in the City

              07.08.16 | by Trey Gibson

              When we go on mission, we never know what part of someone's spiritual journey we meet them on. We don't always know their story, their pain, their baggage. But we do know who Jesus is, and we can always point to him, even if it is just in...


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