NAMB’s Alabama Student Team Wraps Up Summer in Phoenix

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A team of 14 Alabama college students recently returned home from a summer spent learning to live out God’s mission through everyday life.

The students — mostly strangers connected through One Mission Students — met for the first time in March but in a matter of months their lives would be interwoven after weeks serving God together in the 100-plus degree days in Phoenix.

Their opportunity came through GenSend, a product of the Cooperative Program that commissions college students to explore the world of church planting through a North American Mission Board-organized experience. The Alabama students were among nearly 200 students who served 15 cities in the U.S. (continued…)

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