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Missions Pastor Tom Hayes believes that a sign of a healthy church is one that looks outside of its own walls. “It’s important for a church to see what God is doing internationally,” Hayes said. Enter Nurture, a program designed for both those interested in serving in long-term missions and people eager to become involved in missions at home.
Nurture, a new yearlong program available this spring, aims to walk with an individual as he or she develops an understanding of whether he or she has been called to serve in long-term missions. Coaches, people who have been involved in the mission field, will help manage Nurture, guiding the participants on their journey. There will be three large group sessions throughout the year, and a coach will meet with each individual an additional two to four times a year.
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