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2007 Mission Trip to the DRHave you taken a mission trip recently? Share your experience! Where did you go? What was the experience like?

Short term mission projects can make such an impact on your life and the lives of people you are serving. If you are looking for a mission opportunity we have created a short resource list: Dream Ministries, Short Term Missions, Youth Group Mission Camps, YWAM.

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December 11, 2007 - Posted by | Mission Trips | ,

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  1. Hey Andy! I want to tell you a good Memory Cross story! We have friends who are missionaries in Ecuador. They’ve been in the U.S. since early December on R&R & seeing all those who support their ministry in Quito. Well… part of the work they do is with one of the churches in the area they live in. They have lead a drive to build a school there along with the work they do for Sunday School. I found out that I could get your Memory Cross Easter cards in Espanol so I ordered them 100 to take back to use with the children. They will be returning to Quito this Wed. the 20th along with their Ecudorian adopted precious son Steven who is 6. Thought you’d like to know that your work is traveling to South America & ask you to pray for the Brinkleys as they travel back to the mission field! Looking forward to seeing you @ Center UMC in Welcome, NC in October @ the youth rally!

    Blessings, Kathy E

    Comment by Kathy E | February 18, 2008 | Reply

  2. Sandy,
    We received our memory cross shipment on Tuesday. They are fabulous !!! I can’t wait to use them when we go to Mexico on our missions trip next month!
    Thanks for your product!
    Sincerely,
    Karen-Sunset Bible Church Missions Team-Port Orchard, WA

    Comment by Karen S | June 27, 2008 | Reply

  3. Over the weekend I popped some pictures in the mail and sent them to Memory Cross. Just wanted to let you know that the kids LOVED their coloring cards that were in Spanish. These were the ones that tell the story of Jesus being born in Bethlehem. I left the plain coloring cards which they will use at a later date.

    So, our oldest group of VBS students had a great time coloring, although as they start to get older, a lot of them don’t like to admit how much they STILL love coloring. You could just tell how much they were enjoying it though.

    Thanks again for this blessing. Don’t know if you have a bulletin board or company newsletter (or online?) where you would want to use the pictures. Feel free to do so.

    Nancy B. Schaumberg, IL

    Comment by Nancy B | December 1, 2008 | Reply


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