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When life takes us through the mud

by Sara Ward

Sara Ward, wife to worship pastor Sam Ward, recently returned from the ECC trip to England and Scotland.  She writes a blog called Poets and Saints, sharing stories of beauty and grace through hard days. It was by accident that we found the old stone bridge arching over the…

Posted in: General, Women's Ministries

High School Mission Trip Day #5

by Mission Team Member

Good Evening families and friends, we are settling down for the night and have had a pretty busy day. Serving group 1 went to the day camp this morning and then went to Seabury in the afternoon which is an organization that specializes in doing yardwork and housework for the elderly so that they…

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High School Mission Trip Day #4

by Mission Team Member

Well families and friends, we are on our fourth day of this mission trip and it keeps getting better and better.  Serving group 1 went out this morning and led a worship and devotional time for the kids at the day camp we have been at all week. After this they went to a church in Maryland to…

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High School Mission Trip Day #3

by Mission Team Member

Good Evening families and friends, we are winding down our third day in Washington D.C. Today serving group 1 went to work at a day camp and work in the classrooms to help the teachers in the morning. In the afternoon, they went to the Capitol Food Bank to sort, package, and distribute food for…

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High School Mission Trip Day #2

by Mission Team Member

Today was our first day of work projects and going to the local organizations. We were split into two serving groups to go to the different sites. Serving Group 1 went to work at a day camp and do activities and crafts with the kids at camp during the morning and Serving Group 2 came later in the…

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High School Mission Trip Day #1

by Mission Team Member

Well it has been a long day of traveling and we arrived here in D.C. about 5:30 p.m. After we unloaded and got settled in we went out to eat at a salvadorian restaurent and then went out to do a prayer tour of the city. It was eye opening to see both the riches of D.C. as well as the poverty. We…

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Men Matter in Nicaragua

by Chris Kuntz

HOLA!!!! He cried as he ran across the dirt swept yard and jumped into my arms. It was a long awaited reunion, and one that spoke volumes to the importance of the connection I made with Jose. Over the past few years it’s been a blessing to sponsor Jose through Food for the Hungry. I was…

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“Poker Face Faith”

by Christy Cabe

Lori Clounie is our guest blogger this week.  Lori has a passion for sharing stories about Jesus.  You can join her on her journey at loriclounie.com on her "Only God" blog site.   Looking back ... There are moments in our life that define who we are, what we believe and how we…

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High School Mission Trip to Washington D.C.

by Mission Team Member

We are 6 days away from heading to Washington D.C. to serve the people in the community of Washington D.C. There are 26 of us going in all. We have 21 students and 5 adults.  During this trip we will be working with kids at a summer camp, serving food to those in need, packaging and…

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Inside and Out

by Kent Koteskey

This week has seen finishing touches both inside and outside the facility.

Posted in: General, Children's Wing Expansion