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Belarus 2014: Nastiya meets the ocean

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Today, Nastiya saw the ocean for the first time. It was beautiful. Nastiya is the 7-year-old girl from Belarus who is staying with us for the summer.  She and 23 other children qualify to come to America because they live in an area affected by radiation from a nuclear disaster. ...

Kenya - April 2014

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A one-hour flight to Atlanta, a nine-hour flight to Amsterdam, a nine-hour flight to Nairobi, and a four-hour drive to Nakuru.  That is how long it took to get to the place that would change my life. This being my first foreign mission trip, I really had no idea what to expect.  The ...

Treasure Island Performs Rachel Freeman Assembly

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The cheers could certainly be heard down the halls of Rachel Freeman Elementary School last week, as our elementary-age ministry, Treasure Island, entered the premises and performed an assembly on PERSEVERANCE. It was a timely performance for the students and staff alike as End of Grade ...

Responding to Typhoon Haiyan

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Posted by Christie Coley on

   Immediately following the super typhoon Haiyan that hit central Philippines in early November, Port City was - once again - positioned to respond.  This was only possible due to your ongoing generosity and stewardship.  From your tithes and offerings, we were able to ...

Guatemala - October 2013

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It is hard to believe it’s been four weeks since we returned home.  Time often feels like it’s moving so quickly.  We only spent seven days serving in Guatemala, but the value and treasure of those days and the change that they made in my heart continue to ripple through ...

Celebrate!! (Guinea update)

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John Piper famously said: "Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church.  Worship is.  Missions exists because worship doesn't." Because worship didn't exist in a small village in Guinea, West Africa, PC3 has been partnering with a group of missionaries to plant a church there.  ...

Asia - August 2013

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I set out across the globe to teach this past summer, and what I found instead is how much God was able to teach me. I had the privilege of traveling to Asia for two and a half weeks in August to be part of a team that served alongside a summer English camp.  I was blown away by the ...

Making A Difference

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Posted by Emily Glenham on

One of the local missions opportunities we suggest here at PC3 is visiting residents at local nursing homes.  Theirs is an often forgotten and overlooked population — but one that craves and was created for community just like the rest of us.  Residents are thrilled to receive ...

Congo - January 2011

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In January 2011, Rachael Parker and Jessica Mills departed from their team after a short-term mission to Kenya in December and traveled west to the Democratic Republic of Congo.  There, the two began a new mission, picking back up on a work that began with a PC3 team in May 2010, in which ...

Congo - March 2009

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A team of four from PC3 traveled to Congo in March 2009.  Their mission was, in part, to wrap up the filming of CongoCast.  In addition, they were there to assess the progress of the women's shelter, the women's vocational projects, and the feeding center PC3 supports.  We were ...

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