Hello ministry partners!  

Our students and some of our staff just got back from Washington last week for SICM (The Student Institute of Campus Ministry), a conference hosted by a ministry in Bellingham for college students to learn how to minister to their campuses. This trip was very impactful for inspiring leaders on our DFW college campuses who will go out and disciple other students next year. I’m very excited about the next generation of disciples and disciple-makers at UNT and TWU.  
This is the whole group who went to Washington.  We had students from TWU, UNT, Richland college, SMU, UTD, Collin College, UTA, and TCC.  Look what God is doing! All of these people flew to Washington just so they could be better equipped to be ministers to their campuses. God is at work!  

Me and the five girls from TWU who came :) Alyssa, Madison, Chris, Emily, and Victoria. 
Pray for them as they head in to next school year. 

Here’s some pictures of us in class.  We covered topics like Jesus and his style of ministry, asking good questions, how to host a small group, making disciples of all nations, and the reason for evangelism. 

Although we spent a lot of time in classes, we also were able to spend some time enjoying the beauty of Washington. It was so special to get to enjoy these places with our students. 

Some of my roommates were able to come too! This is Keelee and Sam :) 

One of the sweetest parts of SICM was getting to stay with our host family, Jim and Colleen.  I loved getting to chat with them over dinner and learn about their lives. They have lived a lifetime of loving Jesus and people and are even now still living out the mission of Jesus. It’s so encouraging to know we have people in another state who care about what God is doing in Dallas.  

“Jesus went through all the towns and villages, teaching in their synagogues, preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing every disease and sickness. When He saw the crowds, He was moved with compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd.

Then He said to His disciples, ‘The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into His harvest.’’’

Matthew 9:35-38

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