August 6th, 2013 at 8:00 am
Buckner Project Go! volunteers travel all over the world and dedicate one or two months of their summer to minister to orphan children, caregivers, in-country staff, and short-term mission trip groups.
A team of five students through Project Go! served the month of June in Mission, TX through VBS and warehouse work at a Buckner Community Transformation Center, laying a foundation and beginning on the base for the floor of a home for a family in the community.
Are you looking for a place to serve? You can find mission opportunities like the ones available through Project Go! on Be On Mission. You may also toggle between Open, Ongoing and Completed projects on the map by using the color pins above the search tool.
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JUAREZ, Mexico – In 2013, Phil Miller, director of Bible Study/Discipleship, and Daniel Rangel, director of River Ministry and Mexico Missions, traveled to Juarez, Mexico, to bring attention to the growing need in the churches to receive training on teaching and sharing the gospel with others. The main focus of the training was how to have an evangelistic Sunday School. Full Story »
As I prepare for each lesson daily, I pray that God speaks through me and says to each child what he or she needs to hear. Each day that passes, I get closer to leaving. This makes me work harder because I want to make the most of my experience. Full Story »
This past Sunday, after church, the pastor brought a small grill he wanted to use. He had never grilled in his life, and I had never started a fire in my life. This was a new experience for all of us. Full Story »