2009 Church Mission Trip – Day 6

There is an interesting group of feelings you get when you approach the end of an adventure like the one we’ve had at the Hollins church. It is a group of emotions that stretches from one side of your heart to the other. You cannot help to be a little excited about returning to the... Continue Reading →

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2009 Church Mission Trip – Day 5

When an event you have dedicated so much of your time to is half way through, you begin to feel that sense of peace. The stress of making sure every detail is considered starts to fade as the sheer enjoyment of watching it happen unfolds before you. This is VBS. We have completed the second... Continue Reading →

2009 Church Mission Trip – Day 4

What a wonderful day! We began with worship; filling the Hollins Church of Christ to beyond capacity. In a congregation that usually averages 25 for Sunday morning worship, we had to bring in extra chairs to seat the 111 worshippers. It was awesome! Then, after an outstanding lunch and a short (too short but much... Continue Reading →

2009 Church Mission Trip – Day 3

Today was the final day of the door knocking portion of the University Church of Christ family mission trip. The weather was unusually cool for July in Alabama and we were very thankful. Our troop-numbers increased as our door-hanging, flyer brigade spread across the countryside to catch the last few houses that had not been... Continue Reading →

2009 Church Mission Trip – Day 2

After the end of the second day of the University Church of Christ family mission trip, I was thinking of how tired everyone (myself included) was getting. We walked up steep hills house after house inviting those who answered their door to the Gospel Meeting and VBS. I began to think how Galatians 6:9, which... Continue Reading →

2009 Church Mission Trip – Day 1

We just completed our first day with the University Church of Christ family mission trip. This is a great way to involve families that would like to do mission work, but cannot travel too far from home. Our congregation, located in Montgomery, Alabama traveled to a small town two hours north of Montgomery called Hollins,... Continue Reading →

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