Work in Moore Has Begun


BOUNCERS were out and about at the crack of dawn to kick off their week with GO TIME! Go Time is a time where all BOUNCERS meet together in the morning, pray and are sent off the begin work. A total of fifteen ministry teams and over 150 students and leaders were sent out into the Oklahoma City and Moore area to spread the love of Jesus to the community.

Topanga Fagan, a 15 year-old from FBC Cisco, says she wants to be a missionary when she grows up. This week, she hopes to hear from God and that she can narrow her choices as far as what, exactly, God will call her to do.

BOUNCERS made it through the hottest day of the year so far here in Moore. Despite the heat, BOUNCERS worked incredibly hard and accomplished a lot at their worksites. Students roofed, painted, built fences and cleared brush. Lunch was provided by volunteers from Emmaus Baptist Church. Each day, lunch is accompanied by a student-led devotional.

The day wrapped up with a great night of worship. Worship speaker David Scott talked about who Jesus truly was. Students were encouraged to reflect on who Jesus was to them. Whether it be for salvation, comfort, peace or whatever it was, David encouraged students to really think about their answer to the question "Who is Jesus?"

BOUNCERS are looking forward to a restful night, but are excited for tomorrow so they can continue witnessing to the residents of Moore!

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