Want to Know More?

Want to Know More?

This Monday, October 21 from 6:30-7:30pm at West Lynchburg Baptist Church individuals are to present great opportunities that you can get involved in.

We will be speaking about the overall organization:

-where we’ve come from

-where we are now

-and where we are going.

Individuals from trips will be speaking and you will not want to miss out on their incredible stories! Special speaker Rachel Dunn will be present sharing her incredible story as she led VBS in St. Thomas last summer.

If you will be in town this will be an informational presentation that you do not want to miss. If you feel you have been called to support the organization in any way at all, you will be able to ask the individuals first-hand and receive further steps in how to have your dream to come to life.

If you are simply busy on Monday and cannot make time to come out, be sure to email marketing@humblyiserve.org for any questions.

We look forward to this opportunity and hope for the best!


Back on U.S. Soil

The Humbly I Serve team has safely arrived back to the States. Here is a quick run down of our time spent on the mission field the past few weeks. The Humbly I Serve team first traveled to Tuna Puna, Trinidad where we teamed up with several missionaries to run a week long childrens program at Amazing Grace Baptist Church. Through visitation and word of mouth the amount of children attending nearly doubled. The children and teens that attended were excited to play games, sing, and learn more about God. We were thrilled to have such a large crowd show up and to have so many youth and parents volunteer their time. The final night was salvation night, and the craft was salvation bracelets. Over 80 children participated that night, and 12 children dedicated their lives to Christ. All of the coin offering collected went to help local missionaries.

Once we reached St. Thomas, the team was able to spend the first day at Botany Bay with the youth group from Grace Baptist Church. The youth played a crucial part in the week long ministry program. Several youth helped by being “crew leaders” and running registration. We had a successful week of introducing new songs, games, and Bible stories to the children. Over 70 children attended by the last night, and we were excited to give an iPod filled with christian songs to the child who brought the most visitors. 2 children were saved, and about half of the children that attended the program came to Sunday school the following week. We were also able to supply Grace with resources for more crafts, games and decorations to use in the future. All of the coin collection (over $400) from the week was able to help a local orphanage.