Galatians 6.9 (CEB)
Let's not get tired of doing good, because in time we'll have a harvest if we don't give up.
Mission trips are special to me. At every one that I attend, I learn something more about loving God, living the gospel, and loving my neighbor. I am grateful that
Disciple Summer Mission 2016 in San Marcos, TX was no exception. Each day we ate the familiar Subway sandwiches for lunch, worked together through the heat of every day, and played together at night at local favorite haunts. I was filled to the brim with extremely satisfying work done with my hands and quiet floats on the river. I was gratified with new friendships and renewed old ones.
Mission trips remind me that together with God’s Spirit helping us, we can
accomplish so much. We can support each other through the long days, laugh at the little absurdities of life while putting all things into perspective, and make a huge
impact on people’s lives for God’s sake in a short period of time.
Sunday, you’ll get to hear more about the trip as Blake, Braeden, and I share our experiences with you.
Grace and peace,
Husband, father, minister, child of God, follower of Jesus Christ writing in the context of La Porte Community Church