Over spring break, some of our middle school students chose to be a part of Project Cenla. Over several days, they served alongside multiple organizations in Cenla. Please pray for these students and leaders as they continue becoming Mission Minded Servants.

Our students served at the Food Bank of Central LA and helped package over 150 food bags, 800 weekend food bags, 1,000 bags of potatoes for families, and 600 individual heads of cabbages! Our students are communicating, team building, and serving one another in many ways. We are thankful for the Food Bank for allowing us to serve them!

We were extremely grateful for Louisiana Baptists and Louisiana Baptist Disaster Relief for allowing us to use/learn about their mission field. They are doing some incredible work not just in our state, but even across the globe.

Fostering Community is an incredibly important ministry in Cenla. They support families who provide foster care and the children who need fostering. Our middle school missionaries went shopping to gather household items and groceries for youth over 18 who are in extended foster care. It helps them as they transition to adulthood. It was also a chance for our middle schoolers to learn about both serving and household shopping. You can learn more about the many services provided by Fostering Community and how to be involved at fosteringcommunity.org.