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Stories from the mission field of hope, love, and the life-changing impact of cross-cultural relationships rooted in Christ.

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10 Best High School Mission Trips

During this time of life, mission trips can be an incredibly impactful way to challenge students and help them engage deeply with service at a local and global level and thats worth pursuing.

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Mending Brokenness

The power of serving others is two-fold: transformation takes place in the life of the receiver and the heart of the giver. We often gain, when we allow ourselves to truly serve.

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He Equips the Called

This is a growing experience for many, as they learn how to step outside of their comfort zone and remember how Jesus went to be with those who were outcasts.

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Inspiration in Atlanta

From the time we crossed the threshold into the Kroc Center of Atlanta, an overwhelming sense of love and Christian fellowship has enveloped us into a hug so warm it can only stem from the Georgia heat.

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We Just Have To Be Willing

It was then that it hit me—all the lost hours of sleep, all the drops of sweat, and all the craziness that comes with ministry is all worth it because The Spirit is moving.

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Hard Work and New Friends

This summer I continue to learn how important people are. Through these people and our amazing teams we have learned how to love people well.

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More of Jesus. More of love.

No matter where we went this week we all met people who are desperate for Jesus, desperate for love. And isn't that how we all are?

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Fried Chicken and Jesus

Atlanta's got fried chicken like God's got grace. It is literally everywhere.

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Never Finished

This week is over and this mission trip is completed, but our mission as Christians is so much greater than just taking a few days every year to go and serve. Rather, it is to serve every single day.

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Working the Corner

We had no air conditioning, it was in the 90’s, and we were constantly on the go—but it was worth it.

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