FILTER BY:
Showing items filed under “On Mission”

Cottonwood Creek On Mission: Baltimore, Maryland

main image

When you think of a mission trip, you think often think of ministering to those in a third-world country. You think of reaching out to the poor and less fortunate and introducing them to Christ. However, in some places in the United States, you get that same third-world country experience without having to travel overseas. One of those places is Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore has been known as the most violent city in America for years. The crime rate is extremely high, as well as the...

Continue reading…

Posted by Cottonwood Creek with

Chiapas, Mexico Mission Trip Recap  

  This summer, Cottonwood Creek teamed up with Mexico Ministries to assist with construction of a church in Chiapas, Mexico. Cottonwood Creek's team of 14 men had the incredible chance to minister through others through not only helping build the church, but also by interacting with the Mexican people.   Originally, the team expected easy travel until a storm came through and shut down the entire airport. "As frustrating as it was for us, God used it to bring our group...

Continue reading…

Spiritual Hunger

Kelly Kitch's Story of Seeing Lives Change Through Children's Hunger Fund in the Rio Grande Valley  It is always inspiring and exciting to see who and what God will use to bring people over to Him. This May, Cottonwood Creek's Mission of the Month was to pack Food Paks for Children's Hunger Fund to deliver and distribute to families in the Rio Grande Valley. A month later, 28 people from Cottonwood Creek ventured to...

Continue reading…

Kenya's Grateful Hearts

Patti Locklear's Story of Meeting the Grateful Hearts of Kenya    It's never too late to go on a mission trip. For Patti Locklear, this year's 2017 summer mission trip to Kenya was her very first mission trip. "I have always had a special place in my heart for kids," Patti said. "Every time I saw the Kenya trip, it tugged at my heart. So, my husband put down the deposit as my Christmas present!" From there, Patti's heart for children and especially the children of...

Continue reading…

Final Blog From Kenya

Dear Friends and Family,One of my favorite items to do on each trip is to Blog and share about our experiences. If you have been following us in Kenya, you might be wondering why you have not heard from me since Saturday night. Well, God threw us a curve ball and I spent 3 days in the Kijabe Hospital with one of our team members, Jeremy Callaway. He had Kidney Stones and man did he suffer. So, with no Internet from the hospital and not good way of communication, I could not write you. Jeremy...

Continue reading…

Previous123456

Cottonwood Creek Church // 1015 Sam Rayburn Tollway, Allen, TX 75013 // 972-359-7777 © 2019