Warren in the World 2017 Summer Recap

Did you know that this summer Warren Baptist Church went on 4 different mission trips, traveling the world from Swaziland to Ecuador to Boston and to Conyers! A grand total of 11,935 miles!
Here’s a quick overview of our teams’ missions experiences:
In June, Amy Woody led a team of 22 people to Swaziland, Africa, to work with Warren’s two sponsored care points. While there they invested in the lives of over 400 children and orphans by playing games, reading, and singing songs. Additionally, they travelled to the region of Nsoko, Swazi to minister to and encourage our missionary family, The Spraggs.
In July, Jason Baareman led a team of 15 members in partnership with Global Medical Outreach to the region around Quito, Ecuador. This was Warren’s first medical mission team back to Ecuador in nearly five years! Our team was able to hold multiple health clinics throughout the week to help heal bodies and reach people who were far from God.
In July, Andrew Skelton led a team of 15 college students and young professionals to partner with Encounter Church in Boston, Massachusetts. This trip is an ongoing partnership with Encounter that we have shared for the last three years. Our team was able to serve the church and her leadership as they show Christ’s love to people in their community.
In July, Sherwood Everette led a team of 32 people to the Lakeview Hispanic Community in Conyers, Georgia. The Conyers trip has always been a great opportunity for families to go on mission together. Each year, our team hosts a vacation bible school program, and this year they were able to serve over 100 children.
To read more about the trips and to see upcoming mission trip opportunities visit: www.warrenintheworld.com
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