Articles from July 2018

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Finding healing in the Middle East

by Guest Author on July 18, 2018 in Great Commission

In having to dig up repressed emotions and scabbed wounds, Father has shown me it’s best to not leave them that way. He’s had to take me on a journey in order to bring those emotions to surface and teach me to fully trust, to live fully redeemed and complete in Him.

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Bouncers Help Rebuild the Rockport Community

by Cherish Mason on July 17, 2018 in BOUNCE

Bouncers were sent out to their work sites in Rockport, TX this morning! Aaron Austin, one of the Mission Coordinators, led the students in a commissioning prayer before the students began their first day of work.

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Bouncers Bring Relief to Rockport, TX

by Cherish Mason on July 17, 2018 in BOUNCE

The eye of Hurricane Harvey passed over Rockport, TX in August 2017 leaving behind a trail of destruction. The Lord is faithful to gather these students and volunteers through Bounce to be his hands and feet, to help rebuild the Rockport community. While the students will be offering the Rockport community relief by rebuilding homes, students will also be going to their work sites with the word, that is the hope of salvation through Christ.

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Hunger Offering cultivates crops, community, church in Democratic Republic of the Congo

by Guest Author on July 17, 2018 in Hunger Offering

By Jaclyn R. Bonner

In a country where severe food insecurity increased by 30 percent last year, affecting 7.7 million people, imagine reducing chronic malnutrition among the most vulnerable -- pregnant women, children under 5 years old, and the elderly -- and creating food security for rural communities in one of the world’s least developed countries.*

These solutions do not come easily. Problems are complex in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). It is the second largest country in Africa and ranked seventh on the 2017 Fragile States Index.* Despite the nation’s instability and broken structures, the local church and leaders in the region have a vision for their people.

Deep in the heart of fertile Eastern DRC, 430 churches from three provinces are coming together to bolster a sustainable farming endeavor -- permaculture. Permaculture is an agricultural practice designed to break the cycle of poverty by diversifying crops, increasing control over production, and generating more income.

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Eastern European classes teach more than English

by Guest Author on July 16, 2018 in Great Commission

Once I realized God was doing this on purpose, I tried to discern the best course of action to continue sharing with Ned effectively.

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Homeowners Accept Christ in Victoria, TX

by Cherish Mason on July 13, 2018 in BOUNCE

Homeowner Lee Garcia accepted Christ on Tuesday morning after hearing the gospel from one of the students who was repairing his roof. He said that he experienced the love of Christ through the students who were working on his home. Lee explained that he wanted to know more about living by faith so that he could teach his family the same.

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Finding La Mano de Dios in Soccer

by Analiz G Schremmer on July 13, 2018 in Great Commandment

La Mano de Dios, a group of soccer tournaments across Texas, introduces the Gospel to soccer players and their families.

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10 reasons for a will

by Bill Arnold on July 13, 2018 in Culture

Bill Arnold, president of the Texas Baptist Missions Foundation, presents 10 important reasons for creating a will.

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So all may hear along the Amazon

by Kalie Lowrie on July 13, 2018 in Great Commission

Twenty-eight Texans partnered with MAP missionaries along the Amazon River to share the Gospel and strengthen the ongoing work in Brazil.

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BOUNCE students bring hope to Houston after Harvey

by Kirsten McKimmey on July 13, 2018 in Great Commandment

After months of hopelessness following the destruction of Hurricane Harvey, Houston homeowner Gaye Stephens was shown compassion and joy for the first time through middle and high school students.

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