Los Angeles team reaches people through variety of venues

Seth Scriber provided the following update on Temple college students’ activities in Los Angeles.

LA to LA graphicI apologize for not writing an email last week, it was very busy! My sister and girlfriend came and visited me last week and it was so good to see them both! We had so much fun going around and seeing all the sites LA has to offer. Other than being a tourist for a couple days last week it has been great seeing the team find their respective “niches.”

Everyone is doing such an amazing job of meeting new people and being intentional with those relationships as they continue to get to know them. People are finding coffee shops, gyms, comic book stores, skate shops, and volunteer opportunities to be regulars at. It has been such a blessing over the past couple of weeks to see the team branch out into the community and find things they enjoy doing and others that have similar interest.

I’ve also been so impressed with how intentional everyone is being with the people they’ve just met and showing them a love like no other. Every night we have “debrief” to share stories from that day of conversations or events from that day and it has been so encouraging to hear everyone’s stories.

I want to thank everyone again for your continued prayer and support! It is still overwhelming to me the support we are receiving from back home. Please keep all of us in your prayers over the next month that we would continue to be intentional with the people God is putting in our paths and that they would come to know Him. Also be praying for the people we have met. A few of their names are: Zach, Kebron, Luna, and Jeff.

About Eddie Blick

I am a retired journalism teacher and a member of Temple Baptist Church in Ruston, La. This blog is one of several that I created as outlets for my interests.
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