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Forty-four youth and twelve chaperones from Corinth Baptist Church in Simpson County are on the road to Arlington, Texas to work with Mission Arlington!
The youth will be leading Vacation Bible School in the area at different apartment complexes.
Jason Westmorland serves as the Youth Minister.
Mission Arlington is in their 33rd year of service to the community.
The Spirit of Mission Arlington®
Mission Arlington® is more a movement than a strategy, more a spirit than a structure, more like a family than an organization. It’s not about religion, and it is as much about God as it is about people.
For these reasons, and so many more, Mission Arlington® doesn’t fit into the customary language of church, nor does it fit into the typical category of social work. God has done something amazing here, and He has done it in His own time and in His own way.
Mission Arlington® belongs to God. This isn’t our story, but His. He had plans in place for this Ministry and for all who work here long before it happened. He started this mission, sustains us moment by moment, and He holds our future in His hands.
As we talk about who we are it is with sincere humility, a sense of dependency and a commitment to the leadership of His Spirit within us.
We are grateful to each and every one who has walked this journey with us. Together we will serve Him into the future one day at a time.
Keep this group in your prayers!