Co-laborers

evangelistswhAs busy as our team is, we seldom have the opportunity to meet with others outside the church we are currently serving. However, this week in Flint, MI, we had a rare happenstance! On Saturday we drove into Flint, where we stopped by Faith Baptist Church in Davison, MI to meet up for lunch with the Bowens, the Herbsters, and the DeGardes! We had a great time of fellowship and even played some volleyball and soccer. Then Tuesday of this week at Maranatha Baptist we had a visit from Paul Whitt, Rob Fipps, Kevin Moses, and Aaron Boyce, some of our dear Northland Camp friends. After the service, we all joined up to fellowship and eat late night appetizers. And to top it all off, we will be joining the Pettit team for our annual Harvest party on Thursday! This Harvest party is a moment in history and the competition for the best costume is on the rise. There is definitely more to come on this event.

Not only did we get to see friends, but also meet those who are co-laborers in the gospel. Normally, the different evangelistic teams are in different regions of the country for an entire semester. This time, God allowed us to meet with many friends. Much encouragement is needed for this kind of ministry and being able to pray for one another and fellowship with one another is like a balm to our hearts. It is such a blessing to know that the blessings and trials on the road are shared with others. What a kind God to allow these types of meetings. One day, we will have the joy of eternally fellowshipping with each other as co-laborers in the gospel, praising God for all He has done!

-Sarah Roe


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