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Summer Mission Blog

TJ19 Recap

Posted by Josh Berg on

The week that the High School youth and adult leaders spent in Tijuana seemed to go by really fast, but the work they did and the growth in friendships and faith will last a lifetime. This year the team of 132 people from SPC built ten homes for families in Tijuana. This video is a great recap...

TJ19 Day 05

Posted by Josh Berg on

Tuesday Evening, July 2: Ten homes being slept in tonight by grateful Tijuana families. 132 SPC strong! Thank you for your prayers and love felt here each and every moment this past week. The wonderful people of Tijuana send their love! ❤️ Look for the culmination video later...

TJ19 Day 04

Posted by Josh Berg on

What a wonderful last couple of days it has been here in Tijuana, Mexico. Last night we changed up our program evening and had a Worship & Prayer night. In-between songs the group shared where they saw God at work that day. Some of their responses were, simple gifts of generosity from their...

SPC Team Eswatini Day 6

Posted by Madeline Wall on

Today was our last day in Eswatini. It was a chance to slow down and to reflect on the past week. We also took time out to support the local economy. In other words, we went shopping. We visited  local craft markets, including glass blowing, candle making, batik, and other shops. We then...

SPC Team Eswatini Day 5

Posted by Lynn Ross on

Sawubona (sow-boh-nah) – “Hello” SPC Family Our first visitation today was to the Tentele Make Savings group. We were greeted with the traditional opening of prayer and joyful praise singing. There are 17 women who raise poultry for sale commercially. This group was formed as a...

TJ19_Day 01

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Very early this morning, our High School mission team and their adult leaders traveled to Tijuana, Mexico. They will spend the next six days building houses for families living in the Tijuana area. You can follow their journey here or on the SPC High School Facebook page. Below are some photos...