Mission Stories

Disaster Relief at The Mill

On August 25, 2017, Hurricane Harvey made its destructive landfall in Texas as a category four hurricane. Chris Bennett, a member of The Mill, felt called to action. He travelled…

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Brandon Laney’s Story

The Mill has recently formed a new ministry within our missions efforts to address disaster relief. We have partnered with the Southern Baptist Convention Disaster Relief organization. I saw a…

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Our Week in Haiti

We had an incredible week in Haiti. When I remember all that took place that week, I am overwhelmed by the faithfulness of God. A few weeks before our trip,…

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Only the Clothes on Your Back

When I reflect on the minimal amount of material possessions the residents of South Sudan own, I remind myself to be thankful for even the little things. As I talked…

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Birthdays to Remember

There’s something special about birthday parties, whether our own or the ones we’ve planned for our children. We smile when we remember the cakes, games, balloons, friends and gifts, when…

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His name is my name, too.

From the trip journal of Jason Williamson. “So, what’s your name?” I asked him. “My name is Jason,” he said. I’ve been to this Asian country 11 different times and…

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The call to foster

In June of 2016, our family surrendered to God’s call to become foster parents. Honestly, He had been calling us to do this for about two years. But we were…

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[In]capable Hands

[In]capable Hands A message from Jason Williamson, missions pastor. “I don’t think so, Tim.” Ah, the wisdom of Al Borland, Tim Taylor’s trusted sidekick on the 90s sitcom, Home Improvement.…

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Missions Conference

I didn’t really want to go.   In 2008, my wife volunteered with the Going Global team as they put on our annual missions conference. She brought me with her…

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The Mill Travels to Prague

When Teresa Caruso’s niece, Brittany Powell, husband Tyler and son Thomas decided to move to the Czech Republic about two years ago, they had no idea how God would move…

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