Fall Break Mission Trip
We are excited to launch our 1st ever Fall Break Athletic Mission Trip!
Next week, during Lipscomb University fall break, a small group of athletes from various teams will drive over to Charlotte, North Carolina where we will be serving refugee’s in the inner city. We will be partnered with Project 658. Project 658 is aimed at community transformation and sending teams to serve at international partner sites. They help build communities of hope through the teaching of Jesus Christ and practical programs designed to support communities.
The goal of Project 658 is to see hope restored.
Hope is a word that we use often. It’s a word that is best understood by those who have lost it. To lose hope is to miss out on what Christ has called you to. Project 658 believes that in Christ we all can have hope restored.
To learn more about our partnered ministry please check out their website at https://project658.com
The Lipscomb students will be led on this domestic mission trip by Chris Klotz, the Director of Spiritual Formation in Athletics. The mission team will leave Thursday afternoon on October 15th, and return to Nashville on Sunday October 17th. If you would like to look into going on the mission trip, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
All prayers lifted and covering this trip are greatly appreciated!
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