Getting serious about missions

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A friend and co-worker of mine, Rex Campbell, likes to say, “I don’t believe you can be serious about being on mission unless you have a current passport.”

Carrying that spirit to a practical conclusion, the BGCT is going to help messengers to the Annual Meeting in Amarillo get their passports. Applications will be available, and we will be making passport photos at no cost. We are planning to make several hundred photos, but there will be a limit. So it’s first come, first served.

The passport services will be in the exhibit hall as part of Celebrate Missions activity wall.

In that same area, people will be able to put their hand print on a special wall and write briefly how their hands have been involved in missions. We will fill that wall. (Gloves will be available.)

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