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  Over the summer the Group Week Of Hope Missions Team has put together a mission trip for preteen kids.

  Over the summer the Group Week Of Hope Missions Team has put together a mission trip for preteen kids.

  It all took place in Loveland Colorado, and the kids stayed in a church for a week.
Churches from several places in the country attended this special event. There were churches from places from North Dakota to Utah, Oregon, and even some locations in Colorado! All of these churches each brought a certain amount of kids, which was an average of 10 kids from each church, and a certain amount of adult leaders to help watch and guide their group of kids through out the week.

Over the week all of the kids got to step forward and put others first. There were 18 groups and in each group there was about five kids, and about one leader (adult) in each group. Each group was assigned some place to serve. Some of these places consisted of the Boys and Girls Club and hanging out with the little kids for the day. Or some groups were assigned to go to a local thrift store that wasn't in the best condition, and helping organize everything so the company could get back on their feet! Some kids even got to go and get their hands dirty while doing yard work at other people's homes who couldn't do the work themselves. All of those kids made such a big difference in so many other people's lives.
Although these tasks may seem like fun and games, it took a lot of time, effort, love, and willingness to finish each and every one of these assignments. Even though the kids might have had to work out in the hot sun, it wasn't because they were being forced; all of the kids who attended the mission trip actually paid to go and serve others! The wanted to put others first, and they wanted to make a difference in not only somebody else's life, but their own. By doing all of these things, it helped the kids really realize that life wasn't all about them.

The mission trip wasn't all about work, though! The kids also had a load of fun! After visiting their work sites, the kids had a few hours of free time. The kids could go outside and play dodge ball, or tag, and after dinner at night tie when it was dark, the kids could even go outside into the big field and play flash light tag. And if the kids didn't want to be outside in the scorching sun, they could hang out inside in their rooms, or even around the church. Then, after the few hours of free time, and all of the kids had eaten a delicious meal for dinner, the kids all met together with all of the other groups to do praise, worship, devotions, games, and lessons.

In conclusion, the Group Week of Hope Mission Trip was extremely memorable and every single person who attended had an excellent time. You could certainly see the differences in the lives of others and the kids after the week was over!t took place in Loveland Colorado, and the kids stayed in a church for a week.
Churches from several places in the country attended this special event. There were churches from places from North Dakota to Utah, Oregon, and even some locations in Colorado! All of these churches each brought a certain amount of kids, which was an average of 10 kids from each church, and a certain amount of adult leaders to help watch and guide their group of kids through out the week.

Over the week all of the kids got to step forward and put others first. There were 18 groups and in each group there was about five kids, and about one leader (adult) in each group. Each group was assigned some place to serve. Some of these places consisted of the Boys and Girls Club and hanging out with the little kids for the day. Or some groups were assigned to go to a local thrift store that wasn't in the best condition, and helping organize everything so the company could get back on their feet! Some kids even got to go and get their hands dirty while doing yard work at other people's homes who couldn't do the work themselves. All of those kids made such a big difference in so many other people's lives.
Although these tasks may seem like fun and games, it took a lot of time, effort, love, and willingness to finish each and every one of these assignments. Even though the kids might have had to work out in the hot sun, it wasn't because they were being forced; all of the kids who attended the mission trip actually paid to go and serve others! The wanted to put others first, and they wanted to make a difference in not only somebody else's life, but their own. By doing all of these things, it helped the kids really realize that life wasn't all about them.

The mission trip wasn't all about work, though! The kids also had a load of fun! After visiting their work sites, the kids had a few hours of free time. The kids could go outside and play dodge ball, or tag, and after dinner at night tie when it was dark, the kids could even go outside into the big field and play flash light tag. And if the kids didn't want to be outside in the scorching sun, they could hang out inside in their rooms, or even around the church. Then, after the few hours of free time, and all of the kids had eaten a delicious meal for dinner, the kids all met together with all of the other groups to do praise, worship, devotions, games, and lessons.

In conclusion, the Group Week of Hope Mission Trip was extremely memorable and every single person who attended had an excellent time. You could certainly see the differences in the lives of others and the kids after the week was over!It took place in Loveland Colorado, and the kids stayed in a church for a week.
Churches from several places in the country attended this special event. There were churches from places from North Dakota to Utah, Oregon, and even some locations in Colorado! All of these churches each brought a certain amount of kids, which was an average of 10 kids from each church, and a certain amount of adult leaders to help watch and guide their group of kids through out the week.

Over the week all of the kids got to step forward and put others first. There were 18 groups and in each group there was about five kids, and about one leader (adult) in each group. Each group was assigned some place to serve. Some of these places consisted of the Boys and Girls Club and hanging out with the little kids for the day. Or some groups were assigned to go to a local thrift store that wasn't in the best condition, and helping organize everything so the company could get back on their feet! Some kids even got to go and get their hands dirty while doing yard work at other people's homes who couldn't do the work themselves. All of those kids made such a big difference in so many other people's lives.
Although these tasks may seem like fun and games, it took a lot of time, effort, love, and willingness to finish each and every one of these assignments. Even though the kids might have had to work out in the hot sun, it wasn't because they were being forced; all of the kids who attended the mission trip actually paid to go and serve others! The wanted to put others first, and they wanted to make a difference in not only somebody else's life, but their own. By doing all of these things, it helped the kids really realize that life wasn't all about them.

The mission trip wasn't all about work, though! The kids also had a load of fun! After visiting their work sites, the kids had a few hours of free time. The kids could go outside and play dodge ball, or tag, and after dinner at night tie when it was dark, the kids could even go outside into the big field and play flash light tag. And if the kids didn't want to be outside in the scorching sun, they could hang out inside in their rooms, or even around the church. Then, after the few hours of free time, and all of the kids had eaten a delicious meal for dinner, the kids all met together with all of the other groups to do praise, worship, devotions, games, and lessons.

In conclusion, the Group Week of Hope Mission Trip was extremely memorable and every single person who attended had an excellent time. You could certainly see the differences in the lives of others and the kids after the week was
over!