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Words of Hope

Out From the Trash Pile

Summer Mission Trips, Trash Piles, and Hope

Adapted from a sermon at First United Methodist Church of Orlando.

I spent last week with our 7th & 8th grade mission team in North Carolina. We were assigned to a trailer home on the Black Mountain, near Asheville. The house sat on a hill, overlooking the mountains. It was…

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I help writers and nonprofits grow. Editor of The Writing Cooperative. Contact at JustinCox.com

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I help writers and nonprofits grow. Editor of The Writing Cooperative. Contact at JustinCox.com

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