GoNow Missions, a ministry of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, sends teams of college students to minister around the world. There are seven teams being sent over Christmas break. You can download the flyer here, but to make things easier, I've pasted the info below. Pray for all of them today, or just choose one group to focus on. Also, it would be great to "adopt" one group. Post a reminder of their names, dates, and project where you'll see it. Then pray for them every day of their trip!
Moldova: Winter Boot Mission - Carlee, Aubri, Elisa, Cole, Mindy, Julie, Brittany Ri, Brittany Ru, Bailey, Katie - December 10, 2010 through December 19, 2010 - They will be giving new boots and sharing love with orphans.
New York City: Sharing the GIFT at Christmas - Hector B, Hugo, Regina, Azri, Amanda, Molly, John - December 17, 2010 through December 22, 2010 - They will be bridging the gospel to immigrants by engaging them in conversation & building relationships.
East Asia: Harvest is Ripe! - Kelly, Hilliary, Monique, Marcus, Taylor J, Jordan, Ashley, Clayton - December 17, 2010 through January 3, 2011 - They will reach out to university students through sharing American culture & revealing the truth of Christ.
East Asia: City of Lights - Allison, Chris, Gabriel, Stephanie, George, Marcus, Dashia, Amy, Lexie, Buddy - December 18, 2010 through January 3, 2011 - They will engage college students, host English corners, and lead Christmas parties.
Haiti: Relief & Recovery - Sarah B, Hector C, Jonathan, Alyssa, Diana, Ali, Whitney, Ryan, Chelsea, Sarah S, Clay, Stephen - December 27, 2010 through January 3, 2011 - They will help rebuild a village and bring hope back to Haiti.
South Asia: Culture Exchange - Jessica, Ben, Gary, Jen - December 31, 2010 through January 14, 2011 - They will share the gospel with college students and encourage local believers.
Jamaica: Won by One - Katie, Melissa, Dani, Ciera, Blair, Cory, Krista, Taylor V - January 2, 2011 through January 9, 2011 - They will help build a house for a Jamaican family & deliver hope to the people of the Harmons.