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Will Cumbia, Venturer: Reflections on the BGAV Annual Meeting

A Romanian, an Austrian, a Scotswoman, and a Virginian walk into a room. No, it’s not the beginning of a joke, it was the reality of the BGAV Annual meeting a few weeks ago. I am so thankful to have been present at this year’s annual meeting helping to represent the missions development team. It was particularly special to be present there with some of our missions partners from around the world.

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Will Cumbia: Baptism

This brief swim in an Alpine lake brings with it heavy consequences. And every single person standing in that line enthusiastically proclaimed yes. For them Jesus, and this new family of God, are enough.

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Spending Summertime for Service

A number of students and young adults are spending the summertime to share Christ's love around the globe. We ask you to say a special prayer for these summer venturers. Whether they are serving internationally in Romania, Vienna, or Ghana, or stateside through Impact camps and Disaster Response locations, they need our support and encouragement from home.

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Operating Out of the Overflow

Jeremiah and Allison feel a strong sense of call to work for unity in the body of Christ between Christians the U.S. and Norway while mobilizing believers to love their neighbors worldwide. Read their latest blogpost.

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Summer Missionaries Prepare to Serve Across Virginia & World

Posted: 5/26/16 at 10:30am. Article by Linda Peay For many college students, summer time is the prime season to gain hands-on experience away from a classroom environment. Thanks to the fellowship with partners, both domestically and internationally, the BGAV is able to send out missionaries to places near and far for six to eight weeks. “We have a great group of …

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Update from Amanda Lewis in Ghana: “Peace”

From Amanda Lewis, Venturer in Ghana: "Today is a day to celebrate. We celebrate the birth of a beautiful baby girl, and even more than that we celebrate that she was born in a beautiful country that chose peace." Read her full blog post:

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