Chandler wants to be an engineer who builds roads and bridges. Spiritually, he already has the experience – the helping hand he offered on Sunday packaging rice and beans and assembling flood buckets, surely will bridge the gap for someone in need. Zachary hopes to work in construction some day, and thought it was “funny how God worked,” since his work project was light construction on a home in need of repairs.
But, practical experience was just the beginning of what 430 United Methodist youth took away from the 2nd annual COLLIDE event. The 21 community service projects – ranged from ministry with the homeless to cleaning Houston area parks – served as a fitting prelude to the gathering of the Annual Conference.
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