Students on Mission: Impact across generations

  |  Source: Go Now Missions

Aly Finner, a student at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, is serving with Go Now Misiosns on a creative outreach and discipleship team this summer in Beaverton, Ore.

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When my mother was 15 years old, she came from South Mexico to Texas to get a better education. Over the summers, she would stay at a camp in the Rio Grande Valley.

One summer, Go Now missionaries worked there and changed her life. They taught her English when she knew none and helped her grow spiritually. This ignited her passion for missions and inspired me, as well, when she had me.

Now I—her daughter—am pursuing missions with Go Now. This is an amazing testament of how God works in our lives and in the generations that come behind us.



I want people to hear about how saying “yes” to the call of missions impacts not only us, but the generations that follow us.

Aly Finner, a student at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, is serving with Go Now Misiosns on a creative outreach and discipleship team this summer in Beaverton, Ore.

 




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