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Volunteers needed for Greensboro Holiday Market

It's that time again!  We are so excited to once again have a booth at the Greensboro Holiday Market November 6 - 8.  We just learned that we have a larger, corner booth and we are going to need some help!  If you are not afraid to smile, talk to people, and share about Caroline's Promise, we would love to have you join us.  You will get your way paid into Holiday Market and we will cover your parking.  Email  or call 336-669-7340 today to reserve your volunteer spot! Holiday Market is held at the Greensboro Coliseum Friday, November 6:  6pm - 9pm Saturday, November 7:  9am - 12pm; 12pm - 4pm; 4pm - 7pm Sunday, November 8:  11am - 2pm; 2pm - 5pm

2016 Mission Trips Announced!

It's never too early to start making plans for a 2016 mission team!  We are excited to announce these trips.  Let us know if you have questions or if you would like us to help you plan a trip for your church or group. Business Training Team - led by Lisa Holbrook & Stephanie DiMora Spring 2016 date to be announced soon!  Contact us if interested We are looking for a small team of men and women who are interested in leading our  Business Training for women in Guatemala City.  Team members need to be  comfortable leading small groups of women. We will provide the curriculum. Cost:  $1000 plus airfare. Application and $100 deposit due by January 5, 2015. Family Team - led by Stephanie DiMora June 17 - 25, 2016.   This team is open to adults and their kids ages 10 and up.  Depending on the interest we  may be able to accommodate adults whose children are not traveling with them. Ministry focus:  Children's Minsitry at Casita Adonai &

Calvary Impact Girls make a difference in Guatemala

This summer a team of 25 people on our family team ministered to and loved on the 150 children of Casita Adonai in Guatemala through an art camp, which culminated with an art exhibition for the parents of the kids. Prior to the trip,  the team collected the much needed supplies and money for the undertaking of this project. An art camp for 150 kids means suitcases full of brushes, paint, glue, paper, etc.  But, as always, God had it all under control. We were so excited when Aimee Bray - Director of Impact Girls at Calvary Church in Greensboro contacted us.  A former team member had shared with her our need for art supplies for art camp. Aimee shared the need with the girls in her group and asked the girls to  bring in whatever they wanted; she suggested a one dollar donation. Not only did she encourage the girls to give, but also  told them she would match what they brought dollar for dollar. The next Wednesday these 35 young ladies brought in $95. Aimee matched