The call to vocational ministry draws out many emotions. As I think about my journey and call, I am reminded of the joy, fear and
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Clarkston, Georgia, has been called “the most diverse square mile in America” and “the Ellis Island of the South.” It is home to people, many of them refugees, from more than 40 countries who speak more than 60 languages. It is a unique and compelling place for ministry – that is what makes it so unique.
In Clarkston, the people are the ministry. Getting to know about them and their diverse cultures is the focus. The idea of “People over Projects” leads the work. This does not mean that projects are not important in Clarkston, they just have a different focus. Projects in Clarkston revolve around the people and getting to know them and their culture. ESL and other Reading Assistance Programs are needed and important. School Outreach / Day Camps and Assistance and Community Service and Beautification Projects are also ways that the Send Relief Ministry Center engages with the community.