When Leah Morgan Singleton of Concord, her husband Dwayne and their daughter Layne went on a mission trip overseas, they didn’t expect to return home on a medical transport plane. The three went on a family friendly mission trip with a total of 29 people from Journey Church in Griffin, to minister in churches, orphanages, a school for the deaf and a home for the handicapped. They were ministering along with pastor Michael Moody at Fairview Bible College in Hanover, Jamaica.
And here I've been complaining about my medical insurance coverage...
I have been corrected, and I thank God for what I do have.
I am going to get some supplies that I can drop off at the Singleton office.
Thanks for this story.
Jamaica and many other foreign countries are certainly blessed to have missionaries like Dwain to assist in their many needs. I applaud
Journey Church in Griffin, as well as Dwayne for their acts of kindness.
I was just reading that Mississippi is our own poorest state. It has a 20% poverty level and a 10% unemployment level. It creeps closer and close to home, folks. God Bless America.
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