As the year comes to an end, we are so thankful for you all as you pray for and partner with us in doing God’s work at the University of Delaware. We are doing God’s work not just in the Northeast US, but now around the world with our students. As we all know, this year has been very trying with COVID19, social and political tension, and not knowing what tomorrow may bring. During all this though, we are seeing more and more seek and draw closer to God as we live out our calling seasoning every opportunity with salt and grace.
God’s mission and work is still moving in amazing ways. And we need your help as we continue to outreach, train, and vision forward as we plant new campus missions. Join us by donating to Reflect Campus Missions (formerly DCCMF), and the Blue Hens for Christ as we further God’s kingdom.
Conner Brown, our current campus missionary apprentice, shared his thoughts on how God was at work over Thanksgiving with a group from different religious and cultural backgrounds. “I spent most of the day cooking and getting ready and was pretty stressed for it all but it was worth it. We had dinner at about 7 and then just hung out afterwards. Everyone stayed till about 11:30 pm just talking. When everyone was there, all were comfortable with me saying a blessing for the food, open to trying new foods, and discussing life. Seeing God bring together two Saudi Arabians, one Taiwanese girl, one Chinese girl, one Delaware girl, and an Arkansas boy was amazing. Having a group like that enjoy one another’s company so much and grow closer together has to be a God thing.”