Whirlwind Missions

Monday, January 28, 2008

Tim A. Cummins @ 10:46 am  

I had a great albeit super busy weekend.

I actually had two mission conference the same weekend.  On Saturday I represented Whirlwind Missions at Roswell United Methodist Church–one of my favorites.  They were super organized and had a lot of ministries represented.  I was in a room with three of my best partners:  Adam and Mary Hoyt, friends of mine working in Clarkston, Joshua Siewiecke from World Relief and Cindy Hunnicut with Square Peg ministries working at our mission in Roswell. Fun to be with friends!

I also had a conference at Peachtree Corners Baptist Church.  This church was hugely instrumental in our work getting started here in Atlanta twelve years ago.  I owe them a great debt of gratitude.  Ashley and I along with my partners Matt Johns and Bennett Eckandem were there sharing our vision of reaching Atlanta.

Saturday evening I went back to Roswell to share with the New Dimensions Sunday School Class at one of them member’s homes.  We had a great time explaining what we do and the class committed to helping us with three events this year.  Terrific.

Sunday I preached at the 65 and older SS class at PCBC.  I really like working with Seniors.  They are real prayer warriors. They also committed to working with us several times this year.  Excellent!

Last night we had the mission fair and a spaghetti  supper.  I always enjoy talking with new friends and folks I’ve seen over the last decade.

I also had a meeting with Rebecca Hampton, another of the Mission Service Corps missionaries from NAMB that I supervise.  We went through some initial documents that NAMB likes us to fill out just to make sure that the new missionary on the field is going in the right direction.

It’s Monday morning now.  I didn’t get home to nearly 11pm last night.  Just finished going through my email.

I need to make copies for the newsletter and then I have a meeting for lunch with my partners from Sweetwater BC.  They’ve moved their congregation to the Lawrenceville area.  I’m looking forward to showing them the mission opportunities we have going in that area.

I’ll try and get all those 220+ letters in the mail today.

Full speed ahead, baby!