If prayer is the greater work, what a great work – a privilege even – we’ve been given. This is true in all areas of our lives, but I want to highlight that work in our role as partners to those serving Christ around the globe.
As we are beginning to come out of the COVID-19 fog, we are seeking to do more. Go more. And, in my role in student missions mobilization, I’m so excited to see 60 students take a step of faith and seek out a summer missions opportunity.
While there have been many limitations and challenges to navigate, I’m so encouraged to see these students stay the course and keep their commitment to service in locations across the globe.
This week, we are celebrating as our first team of students begin their journey and, because prayer is the greater work, we are beginning a prayer focus on our Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Follow along to see the faces of those serving. Pray for these students by name. Share and encourage others to join you on this prayer journey this summer.
What a work we have before us. What a privilege it is to do this work.
· Pray that God would bless their efforts.
· Pray that God would use their faithfulness.
· Pray that God would reveal Himself to and through these students.
Mobilizing students: Summer missions, spring break trips serve as ‘lab’ for disciple-making
Sonali Albus said that for her, planning to spend the rest of 2023 in Chile was a leap of faith. “I grew up in church and heard about missions,” she