One Mission Students commissions more than 150 young adults to serve this summer

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More than 150 Alabama students were commissioned April 23 to serve across the globe this summer through One Mission Students.

This year’s REACH commissioning weekend, held April 22–23 at Shocco Springs Baptist Conference Center in Talladega, marked the 75th anniversary of student summer missions for the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions, said Chris Mills, SBOM student missions strategist.

“Thousands of students have served throughout the years, and many people across the globe have heard the name of Jesus and turned to Him for salvation as a result of these Alabama student missionaries taking a step of obedience and giving a summer to serve,” Mills said.

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This article was originally published at TheAlabamaBaptist.org.

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