KOH2RVA: Day 364

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Today is “One Sunday” at Richmond’s First Baptist Church, with a celebration of KOH2RVA in the gym at 9:30, one wonderful worship service in the sanctuary at 11:00, and dinner on the grounds afterward. But it also marks the end of our year-long, every-member mission trip, and that’s why this will be the last KOH2RVA update on this blog.

Sigh.

But that doesn’t mean KOH2RVA is over.

Beginning tomorrow morning I hope to have a fresh post on a new blog called (wait for it) “KOH2RVA,” where I will feature pictures and stories from guest bloggers whose churches, agencies, institutions, and organizations are also bringing the Kingdom of Heaven to Richmond, Virginia. If you click on this link today, you will see the following message:

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Apologies, but no results were found for the requested archive. Perhaps searching will help find a related post.

But if you click on the “Follow” button you should get an email in your inbox tomorrow telling you that fresh content has been posted on the KOH2RVA blog, and you can begin to get regular updates on how people across the city are working together to bring heaven to earth in this place where we live, this place that we love.

As for this blog, I’ll probably take a few days off and then start writing about all those things I’ve been wanting to write about when this year-long, every-member mission trip came to an end.

Thank you for following the KOH2RVA journey.

I have a feeling we’re just getting started.

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p.s. If you can’t make it to church today, you can watch the KOH2RVA celebration LIVE at 9:30 on our website (http://www.fbcrichmond.org).

3 thoughts on “KOH2RVA: Day 364

  1. I had lunch with a young lady named Edna Morgan. We found out that we are both nurses. However, I have been a nurse for 49 years, and she has me beat by quite a few more. I told her how much I had enjoyed what has come out of KOH2RVA, and she agreed. She also said how thankful she is that you came to set us alive with what God’s Kingdom could be. I had to agree with her. We are all blessed to have you here. Looking forward to the coming year.

  2. OK! KOHX2 Started today. One of the first things we did with our new 2nd graders was to discuss a mission project for them to do in April and September as well as more Hospitality opportunites. Susie and I are hoping to go back to Helena AK again. Of couse who knows what else might come up!!! The bus got a tune up, an oil change and new tires and it is time to hit the road for this comming year!!!!!!

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