When I was a girl, we lived across the street from the First Baptist Church. Like any good Southern Baptist family, we attended church every time the door was open. I participated in Girl’s Auxiliary where we did local mission projects, gathered supplies for missionaries, memorized verses, and completed “steps.” We reveled in stories of the missionaries around the world and prayed for them by name every week. I couldn’t imagine a more exotic and adventuresome life than that of a foreign missionary…
I’m writing as a guest blogger on Global Outreach’s website today! You can read the rest of the article by clicking on the link here:
Don’t Let Age Limit Your Life on Mission
I hope you’ll stop back after you’ve read the guest blog post and enjoy a few more articles:
Is It Possible to Walk the Blameless Path?
Memorizing Scripture, Barbed Wire, Persecution, and Jesus
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I’m a newbie and am enjoying your postings. I have a medical background as well – EMT for a dozen years.
Thank you. ????