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These days Nashville is an “IT” city—a vibrant center for music, technology, education, dining, and health care. Plus, you’ve probably heard of that TV series. But there’s another side to Music City. Within a mile of the Tennessee Titans’ stadium are large public housing projects and as many as 4,000 homeless people.

You have the opportunity to express God’s love to those who are often overlooked or forgotten by replacing rotted porches, joining a feeding program for the poor, leading children’s activities at a community center, or building wheelchair ramps for the needy.

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November 24, 2014 - Chris Klinefelter
When the weather gets below freezing, summer can seem a long way off. But if you’re planning to volunteer abroad or at home this summer, now is the time to start planning. The planning phase is usually a time of raising funds, filling out forms, and (hopefully) prayer!
November 20, 2014 -
I thought I was safe. It was the Mission Discovery banquet last September. I had spent hours setting up the sound system, strategically placing the speakers the right distance apart and positioning the sound board in the farthest, darkest corner of the room… behind the bar. The strategy of every sound person in any event is to place as many objects between them and the stage as possible. We like to hide. It was there that the overwhelming presence of God pressed into me so violently that tears turned to rivers running down my cheeks.
November 17, 2014 - Chris Klinefelter
There are plenty of reasons to get your youth group involved in missionary work. Some are obvious: Youth mission trips give youth a chance to help people in need. They give youth a chance to see how other people live. They give youth a chance to gain perspective on their own lives. Those are often the first benefits that come to mind. But here are three not-so-obvious ways that mission work can strengthen your youth group. A Cord of Three Strands…