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In late February, a men’s team from County Line left for Village of Hope Guatemala. Most of us didn’t know each other, but within a weeks time we would know each other well and have helped a ministry through construction projects. The first night we got there we went through a sort of orientation where…

(This is the second post in a two part series about Safe Families for Children. We highlighted this ministry in our services two weeks ago. Perhaps you missed the service, or would like more information, and would like to read the short interview with County Liner, Jennifer Bergdall, who volunteers for this ministry.) I’ve heard…

(This is the first post in a two part series about Safe Families for Children. We highlighted this ministry in our services two weeks ago. Perhaps you missed the service, or would like more information, and would like to read the short interview with County Liner, Jennifer Bergdall, who volunteers for this ministry.) I’ve heard…

(Kayla Tatman is a Senior at Lakewood Park Christian School. Kayla served as an intern at Village of Hope in the summer of 2016. Kayla wrote a short summary about her time at VOH and her take aways on her time spent there.) The Village of Hope-Guatemala is a not for profit organization that provides…

(November 13th is “Orphan Sunday.” During the entire month of November County Line will highlight their Orphan Care ministry partners and best practices on the Mission Advancement blog and worship services.) 153 million… that’s a large number. The longer you stare at it, the more daunting it becomes, especially when it represents children. 153 million……

My wife and I went to an adoption conference a few weeks ago as I wanted to investigate what an Orphan Care Ministry could look like at County Line. The conference as the first of its kind for me, so I didn’t know what to expect. However, I came away with some information and ideas…