VBM Update From the Homebase – Week 7

VBM Update From the Homebase – Week 7

Newest VBM Missionary Family!!

We are thrilled to welcome our newest missionary family, the Johnsons! Tim, Jessica, Levi, Britton & Theo Johnson are missionaries to South Africa. We are truly privileged to have them as a part of the team!! To learn more about their ministry, click here.

Ladies Conference THIS Saturday!

Please be in prayer for this wonderful ladies conference that will be held Saturday on the VBM campus. There are over 130 registered!!! Pray God blesses the teaching, fellowship, and gives a great spirit.

This conference will take place at 10:00 am and end at 3:00pm on Feb 17! If you haven’t registered as of yet, you can do so HERE

How VBM Joyfully Serves Our Missionary Team

As missionaries serve the Lord on the front lines, we serve to encourage and help them do the work God has called them to do. Give me just a moment of your time to the VBM Office team serves our missionaries:

  1. Ongoing Training – The in-person Friday missions class is designed to help with continued training, and for those overseas, we send out the notes and audio. We hold a yearly, week-long orientation filled with practical and helpful courses. We also provide missionaries with a weekly podcast, book recommendations, and, every two years, a regional conference in your area of the world.
  2. Marriage – We schedule a yearly marriage retreat, regional conferences, and guest speakers that speak to this important subject (sending notes out for those not present).
  3. Advice – Whether someone to pray with, ministry consultation, paperwork, or just a friendly ear, our missionaries have godly field directors, assistant field directors, General Director, a president, and fifteen pastors on the Pastoral Advisory Committee who are here for our missionaries.
  4. Raising Funds – Our Deputation Director (Ty Pepperdine), furlough missionaries, and staff provide assistance as missionaries raise funds to get to the field or return to raise more on furlough.
  5. Daily Finances – Depositing missionaries’ support, helping with budgets, communicating with missionary donors, and getting help from outside financial accountability and the Board of Directors who provide accountability, wisdom, and counsel.
  6. Pre-field Training – the OGTC (whether the students are overseas or stateside) has the purpose of training future missionaries. We have worked diligently and sought advice to make this the most efficient and effective preparation for serving on the mission field.
  7. Keeping all Informed – we strive to keep missionaries updated through emails, social media platforms, and through missionary field directors.

Our goal is not to maintain but rather to push forward by recruiting, preparing, and sending future laborers to assist missionaries as well as pioneer new countries. We are praying for our missionaries, the work they are doing, and the future laborers God will send our/their way. It is a joy to serve our missionary team!

Attend a Youth for the Gospel

If you are near any of our Youth For the Gospel events, we’d love to have you join us for one of these events. Dr. Jim Roberts has worked hard to fill our calendar with opportunities to meet and challenge young people. Would you pray about going one of these in this calendar year? Here are the upcoming dates below: 

  1. March 9 — Six Mile, SC — Rock Baptist Church
  2. April 6 —Fairfield, OH — Hope Baptist Church
  3. May 25 —Eaton, OH — First Baptist Church
  4. July 27 — Greensboro, NC — Philadelphia Baptist Church
  5. August 17 — Central, SC — Camp Creek Baptist Church
  6. September 14 — Calhoun, GA — Philadelphia Baptist Church
  7. September 28 — Bronx (NY City), NY — Living Hope Baptist Church
  8. October 12 — St. Cloud, FL — Eastern Avenue Baptist Church
  9. October 26 — Dalton, GA — Whitfield Baptist Church

Annual Golf Tournament

On April 30th, we’ll hold the 3rd Annual Golf Tournament. Last year was a success, bringing many golfers together, hosting them on campus for a meal afterward, and raising funds for campus improvements. The information is online, and you can see more HERE.  We would love to have you and your team join us for this great event!

Going Where God Wants You To Go

Now when they had gone… and were forbidden of the Holy Ghost to preach the word in Asia, After they were come… but the Spirit suffered them not… And a vision appeared to Paul in the night; There stood a man of Macedonia, and prayed him, saying, Come over into Macedonia, and help us. And after he had seen the vision, … assuredly gathering that the Lord had called us for to preach the gospel unto them. — Acts 16:6-10

Paul and Timothy began their journeys with anticipation and open doors, serving God and seeing much fruit. As they continued on, they desired to go but “the Spirit suffered them not” (vs. 6). They tried to go again, but again they were “forbidden” (vs. 7). God does not see fit to tell us whether the closed doors were because of money, lack of peace within themselves, being refused by authority, or something else. We do not know how they were hindered from entering, we just know the Spirit didn’t allow them to go. Finally, they had a vision and a man “prayed him,” saying come over and help us (vs. 9). But I want to draw your attention where God’s Word says they “assuredly gathering that the Lord had called us” to go preach there (vs. 10). It’s as if they were prohibited twice to enter and then very clearly told to go, and at that time they understood this must be where God was calling them. This is contrary to what most Christians believe, or at least practice. We want to have full confirmation and then move, but it appears Paul just moved forward serving God wherever he went, leaving the geographical stopping point up to God. Paul didn’t care where he would serve, he just knew he was going to serve the Lord… and God would take care of the “where.”

May we have the same attitude as Paul of not worrying about “where,” just serving God faithfully and letting Him take care of the geography. If He closes a door, accept that from Him and continue forward. We are called to a Person, not to a place!

Treasures In the Dark

Treasures In the Dark

by Jeffrey Bush from They Turned the World Upside Down

And I will give thee the treasures of darkness, and hidden riches of secret places, that thou mayest know that I, the Lord, which call thee by thy name, am the God of Israel.

Isaiah 45:3

A faithful man shall abound with blessings: but he that maketh haste to be rich shall not be innocent.

Prov. 28:20

Adoniram had no reason to worry about Ann. The Lord was watching over her. Ann was safe, having been placed under 24-hour military guard. Somehow she was able to hide the  Burmese Bible that Adoniram had recently finished after ten long years of translation.

One day, Ann was allowed the privilege to visit her dear husband. She brought him a gift as she came – a lumpy pillow. Adoniram smiled at her, as he took the ill-shaped pillow, “Ann, dear, couldn’t you have found a softer……?”  Ann smiled mischievously, and Adoniram knew his wife was up to something. She motioned for him to keep silent and they began talking about other things. When Adoniram later inspected the pillow, he found, of all things, his precious Burmese Bible meticulously sown up inside – treasure in the darkness. The precious Bible that he had worked so hard on was finally in his hands again. He could almost feel the Lord saying to him, “That thou mayest know that I, the Lord, which call thee by thy name, am the God of Israel.”

Challenge: Proverbs 28:20 tells us that when we are faithful to God, He will give us His blessings. When we chase after the pleasure of this world and ignore God, He will not hear us and will not bless us. Are you staying faithful to God or chasing after your own desires? He wants to bless you, but you must be faithful to Him.

For more devotionals from They Turned the World Upside Down, click here.

VBM Update From the Homebase – Week 7

VBM Update From the Homebase – Week 6

Faith + Works

At Vision Baptist Missions and the Our Generation Training Center this year, we are praying for God’s blessing in a few key areas. We pray God will send more students, new missionaries, new support, and more partnerships with churches and pastors. Since faith without works is dead, we are placing “feet” to our prayers. The following are a few “feet” you can pray with us about and help in as the Lord leads.

Our Faith (prayers) is more laborers.

Our Works (feet to our prayers) are:

  • Open House is coming up on April 3-5 (a fall one will take place Nov).
  • Youth for the Gospel Events (9 are already scheduled).
  • More opportunities to share about the OGTC in churches.
  • World’s Cheapest Missions Trips Events.
  • Opportunities to speak to young people in school chapels and colleges.
  • Build more with our social media campaigns and new videos geared towards young people.

Another Youth for the Gospel Event

We now have 9 of the 12 Youth for the Gospel events scheduled!! Dr. Jim & Sandy Roberts have worked hard to schedule and organize these. Number 7 is special because it’s with some awesome missionaries in NY City! Here’s the updated list below: 

  • March 9 — Six Mile, SC — Rock Baptist Church
  • April 6 —Fairfield, OH — Hope Baptist Church
  • May 25 —Eaton, OH — First Baptist Church
  • July 27 — Greensboro, NC — Philadelphia Baptist Church
  • August 17 — Central, SC — Camp Creek Baptist Church
  • September 14 — Calhoun, GA — Philadelphia Baptist Church
  • September 28 — Bronx (NY City), NY — Living Hope Baptist Church
  • October 12 — St. Cloud, FL — Eastern Avenue Baptist Church
  • October 26 — Dalton, GA — Whitfield Baptist Church

Click here to find out more information.

Abide Ladies Conference

We have over 100 registered so far!!! We believe other churches and ladies will be joining and are excited about it! Please help us pray and promote this event.

This conference will take place at 10:00 am and end at 3:00 pm on Feb 17!

If you would like to join us, click here for more information.

3rd Annual VBM Golf Tournament

The 3rd Annual VBM Golf Tournament is an opportunity to make a difference, promote your organization, and enjoy the great game of golf.

The benefit golf tournament will raise money to expand the impact and the facilities of Vision Baptist Missions, Inc., a nonprofit that trains and sends missionaries worldwide.

We hope that many individuals, churches, and businesses will help us make an even greater global impact this year!

Get involved now by registering to golf or sponsoring. Your participation will help further the cause of world missions.

Click here for more information, to register, or to become a sponsor.

Live in Good Conscience

(another lesson from a recent class on Acts in OGTC)

“And Paul, earnestly beholding the council, said, Men and brethren, I have lived in all good conscience before God until this day.” — Acts 23:1

Paul’s testimony was that he “lived in all good conscience before God until this day.” To Timothy, he says he lived with a “pure conscience” (2 Timothy 1:3). And in Acts 24:16, he says he had a conscience “void of offence toward God, and toward men.”

A conscience is what will force a person to live miserably or happy. A guilty conscience will force someone to confess his crime to the police. A guilty conscience drives some to the point of committing suicide. A good conscience, on the other hand, will make a person content, satisfied, and live joyfully. A good conscience, or pure conscience, or conscience void of offense, is important for any individual, but it’s essential for a Christian. Having a good conscience will be a great benefit to your ministry, to your family, and to your own heart. 

The way to have a good conscience is to keep short accounts with the Lord and with others. Whenever there’s an offense against the Lord or against others, it  is very important to seek forgiveness and get things right. Live “Having a good conscience; that, whereas they speak evil of you, as of evildoers, they may be ashamed that falsely accuse your good conversation in Christ” (1 Peter 3:16). It should be a prayer and desire of every one of God’s children to work at gaining and maintaining a good conscience.

Jon and Amber Canavan, Church Planters in New York

Jon’s Story

I am the youngest of 10 children and I was raised in a Christian home. I went to church every week from the time I was 3 years old. When I was 7 years old, I accepted Jesus as my Savior. I knew that I had sinned against a perfect and Holy God and that my sin separated me from God. I placed my faith and trust that Jesus came to earth, lived a perfect and sinless life and died on the cross for my sins, and ascended to heaven 3 days later. I continued to go to church and I grew in my walk with the Lord. As a teenager, I began to drift away from the things of God. After high school I spent a year at a Christian College and it was while I was there I started to backslide and fall away from God. The next 4 years I lived my life as a prodigal. On New Year’s Day 2009 I surrendered my life, my vices and my all to God. That night I surrendered my life to live for God in all that I would do. A few months after, I felt God was calling me into the ministry to preach His Word. I attended 2 different Bible Colleges and graduated from West Coast Baptist College in May of 2014. While in college, I had the privilege to do ministry in NYC for 3 summers. It was while I was there that God started to burden my heart for the people of NYC. I began praying and asking God to send people to plant churches there. In my junior year of college, during a church planting conference, God called me and I surrendered my life to church planting in NYC. After graduation, I worked at West Coast Baptist College in the transportation department, while waiting for Amber to finish her degree. In the summer of 2015, we were married and began serving together at my home church in Georgia. We have had the privilege to work in many different areas of ministry, including bus ministry and youth ministry. It is our desire to see churches planted throughout New York City. Our vision is to evangelize, disciple, plant churches and train people for the ministry. We hope to be able to send missionaries from NYC all around the world.

Amber’s Story

I grew up in a godly Christian home in Oklahoma. I made a profession of faith at a very young age. When I was ten years old, during junior church, I heard several different kids give part of their salvation testimony and I realized I didn’t know anything about mine. After a few weeks of this, I realized I was basing my salvation off of what other people said and had not repented of my sins. After church on Nov 11, 2001, I talked with my dad who took me through the Romans road and I placed my faith and trust in Jesus. I surrendered to be a missionary at the next missions conference at our church. Throughout my childhood, I read many of my dad’s missionary books and knew I wanted to spend my life doing God’s work.

Build On the Right Promise

Build On the Right Promise

By Jason Rishel, Missionary to Burkina Faso

Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering, for He is faithful that promised. Hebrews 10:23

In Burkina Faso, one of the most common building materials is mud. Just mix dirt and water, form mud bricks, bake them out in the sun, put them together with some binding, and you have a place to live.

The mud huts work great for the majority of the year. They are cheap, hold out the heat, and are convenient. But then comes the rainy season. Heavy rains pour down nearly every day. And those mud huts, which a day earlier stood so strong, are soon melted back into mud and lying broken on the ground.

In our lives, we face the choice of what promises on which we will build our lives. Sadly, many choose promises like the mud hut—promises built around money, religion, or people. They pour all their time, effort, and resources into this promise. And for a while, life is great, and everything is going well. But then, the “rain” in life, the dark and difficult times, begins to fall, and the promise they so firmly held to, the god they clung to, the life they wanted comes crashing down all around them. They need that promise the most at that very moment, but it fails them.

The above verse from Hebrews is a powerful reminder that we serve a God in Heaven who is faithful. When we build our lives on Him and the promises found in His Word, we can rest easy in the truth that no matter what we face in life, our God is faithful and will not fail us. No matter how great the problem, how deep the pain, or how dark the circumstances, our God is greater and He is on our side.

Why Train Spiritual Leaders?

Why Train Spiritual Leaders?

And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.

2 Timothy 2:2

Training Leaders was Jesus’ ministry model.

And he ordained twelve, that they should be with him, and that he might send them forth to preach,

Matthew 3:13

In His earthly ministry, that is, the three years that He spent doing His public ministry, Jesus had a great many disciples or followers. At one time, He preached to more than 5,000. Another time, He sent out 70 to preach about the Kingdom of God. And in the end, 120 followers met in the upper room before Pentecost. However, there was only a group of twelve that spent all of their time with Jesus. It was these twelve men, the disciples, that Jesus spent His time investing in. Jesus was never about the big numbers. He trained a few leaders that He would go on to use to change the World.

Technology, travel, and communication have improved over the years, but the method Jesus used to train men for ministry cannot be improved upon.

The Apostle Paul trained leaders in the early church.

Hold fast the form of sound words, which thou hast heard of me, in faith and love which is in Christ Jesus. That good thing which was committed unto thee keep by the Holy Ghost which dwelleth in us.

2 Timothy 1:13-14

The Apostle Paul is known to us today because the Lord used him to pen much of the New Testament and to start a great church-planting movement in the first century. What we don’t often consider is that two of the books of the New Testament that he wrote under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit were written to two spiritual leaders, Timothy and Titus. Paul called these men his sons in the ministry.

Of course, these are the most famous of his spiritual sons, but others are also mentioned, such as Tychicus, Epaphroditus, Clement, Aristarchus, Philemon, and many more.

Clearly, Paul knew the great value of training spiritual leaders and, as Jesus did, invested much of his time in them.

The Bible directly teaches it.

…but whosoever shall do and teach them [the commandments], the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven.

Matthew 5:19b

The Bible gives us much on the topic of teaching and training others for the work of the ministry. It is even a part of the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20).

In the Old Testament, several great men of God sought to train godly men to lead in their place. Moses trained Joshua. Elijah trained Elisha. David trained his son, Solomon. And the list grows longer the more you dig into the Word.

In the New Testament, outside of Jesus and Paul, the concept of training leaders was done by many. The Apostles trained the first deacons (Philip and Stephen, etc). Peter reluctantly trained Cornelius. Aquila and Pricila trained Apollos, at least to a certain degree. Barnabas trained Paul, and so on.

Church-Planting Movements are fueled by leader training.

Here at Vision Baptist Missions, our vision statement says, “…every person has heard the gospel, every community has an indigenous Baptist church, and every church has trained national leadership.” We truly believe that if we are going to get the gospel around the world, we will need to have churches with leaders. It is hard to understate the importance of training spiritual leaders. We will never be able to go to the next community, town, or village if trained spiritual leaders are not sent.

Every missionary will one day leave the mission field. It might be because of age, sickness, God directing elsewhere, paperwork, government blocking entry or death. The question is not if but when. Only God can bless and sustain, but by training future leaders, the missionary can best prepare for the time of his absence. The future of the ministry, its impact, and its geographical multiplication are strongly determined by the philosophy of training men. As Robert Coleman said in his book The Master Plan of World Evangelism, “One must decide where he wants his ministry to count—in the momentary applause of popular recognition or the reproduction of his life in a few chosen men who will carry on his work after he has gone.”

If you would like to hear more about leader training, click here to hear Jason Holt and Jeff Bush talk about this topic: https://youtu.be/wgtgSED13h0

VBM Update From the Homebase – Week 5

VBM Update From the Homebase – Week 5

Updates From Interns

We are excited that the Lord is sending out young people from the Our Generation Training Center to internships around the country and the world. Please pray for them as the Lord uses them during their internships, but also pray as they make many decisions about the future of service to the Lord on the mission field.

If you are interested in getting training to be a missionary or just want to know more about the OGTC, click here: https://visionmissions.org/ogtc/

Latest Blessings

Our faithful God has been blessing a lot lately. We have a great staff, open doors, good news from multiple fields, prospective missionaries, and so much more. Allow me to share some of the latest blessings within the last few weeks:

  1. Giving towards missions is up from last year.
  2. There are several families interested in becoming missionaries, as well as, much interest by young people for the fall semester of the OGTC.
  3. The Lord is already bringing a lot of interest to upcoming events for this year.

Praise the Lord for a great start to the year!

New OGTC Video!

We are excited about the release of a new video about the Our Generation Training Center. Check it out and pray that the Lord will use this to send more missionaries in to His harvest.

Doing Right though Hard Times

(another lesson from my recent class on Acts in OGTC)

Acts 16:19-40

Paul and Silas were proclaiming the Gospel and seeing people saved, and their efforts made evil men very upset. They were beat and thrown in prison, not for any wrongdoing, but because they were serving the Lord. This throws quite the wrench into the “prosperity gospel” philosophy, but it is a clear fact that it will not always be easy serving the Lord. My attention is drawn to the fact that they do not become mad or bitter at God for their mistreatment, in fact, they still do right even in the hard times. Here are a few principles from this passage:

  1. Will Not Always Be Easy. 

Christ told His disciples that “In the world ye shall have tribulation” (John 16:33), and Paul told Timothy that “all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution” (2 Timothy 3:12). Doing right is not the easiest way, but it’s always the best way. What is easy is not always right, and what is right is not always easy.

  1. Stay Encouraged.

Though they were beaten and now locked up in prison, they still “sang praises unto God” (vs. 25). If your eyes are on God and not your problems, you will always have a reason to sing. Times might be tough, but the command remains to “Rejoice in the Lord alway: and again I say, Rejoice.” (Philippians 4:4). No matter the trials you find yourself in, you can “count it all joy” (James 1:2). Keep your eyes on the Savior and not on your circumstances!

  1. The Reward Comes Later.

It’s wonderful seeing fruit (people saved, Christians growing, lives improving, property purchased, new ministry starting, etc.), but fruit isn’t always visible on our timetable. Sometimes God allows His servants to see fruit, but sometimes it’s under the surface. This is not easy, and many times we wrongly identify ourselves with the fruit. The fruit is to belong to God, for His glory, not ours. This is one of the greatest temptations, in my opinion, for God’s servants.

Whether the fruit is visible or not, or immediate or not, fruit always comes after the work. The plant doesn’t grow before the seed is planted. The reward will come after. This tells us that firstly, God is in charge of the increase, and secondly, we must plant and water if we expect the reward. If we give up before time, we may never see the fruit/reward (Galatians 6:9).

Paul and Silas initially did right, and then maintained the right attitude when going through this difficult time. Because they continued doing right, “the prisoners heard them” (vs. 25). There’s always others watching your life, especially when you’re going through hard times (it’s the test to see if you will live what you preach). And now, because of their example, they were able to see the jailer and his family saved. If they would’ve gotten mad, quit preaching, denied when caught, or kept silent, they would’ve not seen the reward. Continue on, dear servants, for the reward always comes after the labor, and in the time the Lord deems right.

Stephen and Leslie Carrier - Chile

One of the greatest blessings God gave me was the privilege of growing up in a Christian home where I was taught the truths of His Word from an early age. When I was six, I accepted Christ as my Savior after family devotions one night. I realized that I had sinned against God and needed His forgiveness, and that only Jesus Christ could save me from my sin. I was soon baptized by immersion at my home church, Buffalo Ridge Baptist Church.

Upon graduating high school, I entered the university seeking a secular degree, but God began to work on my heart about knowing Him more and living a Christian life that would not be wasted. I began to read my Bible more and pray. As I was reading Shadow of the Almighty, a book about missionary martyr Jim Elliot, along with my Bible, I knew God was calling me to missions. I knew He was telling me to do something with my life that would have an eternal impact. I had wanted to be President of the United States, but He worked in my life so heavily I couldn’t help but surrender to Him. I left the university and proceeded to study at Crown College in Powell, Tennessee, before graduating with a degree in Missions in 2016.

After graduation, I came back to my home church and helped start a Spanish ministry there until August of 2017, when God opened the door for me to go to Santiago, Chile, for six months on a missionary internship. I got to visit other countries as well, but it was while in Chile that I knew God wanted me to return to this country with the gospel. He knit my heart with the hearts of the Chileans in such a way that I cannot describe.

When I returned to America, I went to Georgia to join myself with Vision Baptist Missions and met my wife, Leslie. She had grown up in a Christian home, was saved as an eight-year-old girl, and was studying at the Our Generation Training Center to be a missionary. She had wanted to be a missionary ever since she was thirteen. As we were getting to know one another, she said, “I’ll go anywhere my husband goes, but if I could choose, I would go to a Spanish-speaking country because I love the culture in those countries.” It turns out I had the perfect country for her! We united in marriage in January of 2019 and have loved serving the Lord together on the mission field of Chile. 

God has given us a great burden and love for Chile that we cannot explain. We are so excited to plant churches and train other men and women to fulfill the Great Commission as well.

Leslie

I’m Leslie Carrier. I was raised in a Christian home and I was saved as a young girl. I realized that I needed a Savior and I put my faith and trust in Jesus to be my Savior. I was baptized by immersion by my daddy shortly after that. I’ve been at the same church all my life, and growing up, I always heard about and saw missions. When I was thirteen, I surrendered my life to be a missionary because one night a missionary came to our church and showed a slide show with faces all over it. And he asked a question to the people, “These people will die and go to hell if they don’t hear the gospel. So what are you going to do about it?” I felt the Lord speaking to me, and I said, “Jesus, I’ll go.”

Growing up, I saw my daddy taking missions trips all over the world, and I always wanted to go but never could until I was seventeen. My first mission trip I was able to take was with him, and we went to Costa Rica and did a Vacation Bible School.

I always knew I wanted to be a missionary, but getting to see those people and the need there broke my heart and re-affirmed that I was meant to go to the mission field.

I graduated high school and was originally going to be a nurse to help in medical missions, but I realized how long nursing school would take, so I decided to pursue the missions side of things before nursing in order to get training. I ended up going to Hot Springs, Arkansas, to go to Champion Christian College for missions. I was there a year, but then God led me back to Georgia, which is where I heard about the Our Generation Training Center. I went to an event they had after Christmas every year called the Summit. It was there that God opened my eyes that this is where I needed to be, because I saw people who loved the Lord and wanted to see our world turned upside down for the gospel in our generation. They had a plan to do it. I saw their love for people, their heart for the world, and the genuineness of their love for Christ. I saw their dedication to going. I saw that they were walking the walk, not just talking the talk. They were actually doing something. I got to hear from missionaries and their wives and was influenced by their stories, and I said, “I want to be one of these ladies. I want to do my part in world evangelism.” I knew that if I went to the OGTC, I could learn how.

I went in April of 2017 and met my husband Stephen a year later during my training there. We were married nine months later and have loved serving the Lord on the mission field.

Upcoming Events

Prayerfully consider joining us for one of the upcoming events this year. Whether a mission trip to a foreign country or the World’s Cheapest Mission Trip right here in the Atlanta area, there is something for you that will bless you and change your life. Click here for more information: https://visionmissions.org/events/