Mike Warneke My name is Mike Warneke and I am the founder and Executive Director for Fields of Dreams Uganda, a non-profit organization working to provide hope to the orphaned and vulnerable children of Uganda through the vehicles of soccer and education. I have lived all over the US, but I now happily reside here in Cabool with my most gracious wife Abby, an elementary teacher, and our three goofy and wonderful boys, Gideon (11), Abel (8) and Solomon (5). During this time of transition for CSBC, I am excited to help renew vision and commitment in this great body of believers. We welcome any and all of you that may be seeking to be fully known and fully loved by God.
Director of Family Ministries I have been with CSBC for over 13 years. In that 13 years I have been blessed to work with many children through our church and daycare. I have recently entered into this position and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to minister to our families in our church, daycare, and community. We at CSBC want to share of the love of Christ by reaching out into our community and meeting the needs of our families through worship, events, and community outreach. My family, Adam, Holly, Faith, and I would welcome you to join us anytime!
Floyd Hutson Bi-Vocational Pastor I was born and raised in Wright County. I graduated from Mansfield in 1992 and immediately entered the workforce. I am currently employed full time at Emerson Climate Technologies as an Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Project Technician, I have been with Emerson since July of 2000. Next to my family I consider my workplace my greatest ministry/mission field. I have been married to my bride, Melinda, since February 15th, 2003. We have two amazing young men, Travis and Brighton. We have been a part of the CSBC family since 2007. Melinda and I were both baptized in October of 2007 and joined in commitment of membership to this body of believers. On September 3rd of 2017 I surrendered to His call into ministry after several years of running from it. My heart is to help men own their responsibility of spiritual leadership in their families, teaching/preaching of God’s Holy Word and disciple making.
2 Timothy 2:1-3 New King James Version (NKJV) You therefore, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. And the things that you have heard from me among many witnesses, commit these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also. You therefore must endure hardship as a good soldier of Jesus Christ.
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