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Category Archives: Mission
People often wonder why we don’t experience miracles like in the days of Jesus. Yet, it occurs to me that miracles happen through you and I. When we make room in our hearts for the baby boy who would be … Continue reading
The Rev. Nancy Robinson is an ordained deacon in the Virginia Conference and, along with her husband Kip, missionaries to Sierra Leone. She reflects on the reality of Ebola in our lives as God’s people in the world. Kip and … Continue reading
Bishop John Yambasu of Sierra Leone shares about the Ebola crisis in the video from the Minnesota Conference of the United Methodist Church.
Each month we gather the third through fifth graders for Mission Kids. It is a time for them to be engaged in a service project together.
Last week was Vacation Bible School at Peakland United Methodist. It was my second VBS at Peakland, probably my 34th since birth – maybe 35th because I wouldn’t be surprised if I was at a VBS while in the womb. … Continue reading
On Thursday, the mission team worked with Hands Up Ministries in Richmond. I found out about Hands Up from my friend Debbie Ireland, who is a board member. Hands Up Ministries was founded by Cassie Matthews and her husband JT. I … Continue reading
Our middle of the week morning project was at United Methodist Family Services (UMFS) on Broad Street. In 1900, Virginia Methodists started an orphanage. The once farm land has now turned into a huge campus of facilities for counseling, a … Continue reading
Our motto for the week is becoming: “Every day is an adventure.” After dropping off the team at Good Shepherd United Methodist in Glen Allen, I took the rental van to the shop the rental company uses to have one … Continue reading
The group shook, rattled, and bumped in the 15-passenger rental van to Richmond today. The team is staying at Trinity United Methodist Church. We arrived to bountiful lunch provided by one of the United Methodist Women circles in the church. … Continue reading