Immigrant Hope

It feels like a tremendous privilege to love these folks with the love of Christ, to get past the language and cultural barriers and see how we’re all human, searching for love, meaning,

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Spencer Bernard
God at Work

Being my 3rd year of being involved with Sonshine Kidz, I've seen the church show up. It's generally the same people, and it's awesome when God surprises you with how He's moving in people. This year, I've seen a change in Brent.

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Spencer Bernard
The Church That Left the Building

What an amazing week! I want to tell you that it was SO ENCOURAGING seeing all of you out there loving one another and loving on our neighbors! Seeing your faith expressed in love was powerful! God really came through in answering our prayers! I left Sunday night both exhausted and with my heart filled with joy and gratefulness for our church.

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Kathy GrunditzMTOC
Joseph Leaves the Building

Joseph Bergman, a 13 yr. old, soon-to-be 8th grader, planned on going to summer camp last week. Instead God activated him for Mission To Our City. Read on to learn what God did IN and THROUGH Joseph during those memorable five days.

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Kathy GrunditzMTOC
Maddie Making a Difference

At the first Sonshine Kidz event this June, Evergreener and new college graduate Maddie Ince was seen wandering around the Southgate lawn, scoping things out. Now she’s a weekly worker at the Sonshine Kidz Nail Polish & Tattoo tables and has committed to serving at Mission to Our City.

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Kathy GrunditzMTOC
Ripe for the Harvest

Evergreen’s Mission To Our City is rapidly approaching. Enjoy this interview with an outreach team who attended MTOC training, and their subsequent trip to the Farmers’ Market, to learn what God did IN and THROUGH them.

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Kathy GrunditzMTOC
Still Standing

The year I spent in Afghanistan was one of the hardest years of my life. On May 8th we had our first ambush and SGT Erick Klusacek, my battle buddy, and I supported each other’s movements. 30 days later I spoke at his funeral.

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