Posted by: Omar C. Garcia | June 26, 2012

Go Beyond Tanzania

The first of our summer mission teams leaves for Tanzania this Saturday. Over the next couple of weeks more than 450 Kingsland students and adults will be on mission. Our teams will serve others from Houston’s inner-city neighborhoods all the way to the African bush in southwestern Tanzania. Bill Crenshaw will once again lead our Tanzania team of adults to engage in discipleship training, evangelism, chronological Bible storying, and church planting among unreached peoples. For the past two years, Bill’s team has been able to send updates via cell phones. This year, we have created a special trip-specific blog for our Tanzania updates — Our team will forward updates and photos to me from the bush and I will post them from Kolkata (gotta love our connected world). Please take a moment to visit our new Tanzania blog. We will start posting updates by Monday of next week. And please remember to pray for each of our teams as they serve around the world.

Tanzania | Adult Team | June 30 — July 13
Kolkata, India | Grade 12 | July 2 — 13
Houston’s Third Ward | Grade 6 | July 5 — 8
Waco, Texas | Grade 8 | July 6 — 13
Kansas City, Missouri | Grade 9 | July 6 — 13
Managua, Nicaragua | Grade 11 | July 6 — 13
Helena, Montana | Grade 10 | July 7 — 13

Arlington, Texas | Grade 7 | July 8 — 13


  1. I’m praying for God to raise up our students to be voices to the nations for our amazing God. Thank you for allowing God to use you in such a mighty way in the lives of the people at Kingsland. May His name and fame be the desire of our heart.

    • Good word, Christy. It is exciting to see God use the next generation at Kingsland to reach out to the nations.

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