A few weeks ago, Randel Everett went to First Baptist Church in Richardson, where he was to preach the early Sunday service. One of the things he was going to mention was Texas Hope 2010. When he walked in the door, the church showed him how they were involved in the initiative.
That weekend the church held a Disciple Now, part of which was devoted to caring about people around them. The younger students went door-to-door collecting items that Buckner could distribute. They collected 1,000 pounds of food, 100 bags of clothes, 20 blankets, a teddy bear and a coffee maker. The older students spent part of the day with Cornerstone Baptist Church in Dallas feeding and visiting homeless people.
What a great way to care about others. This seems like a great thing other youth groups could do as well. What are other ways youth groups can participate in Texas Hope 2010?