For decades, folks from around UPC have embraced internationals and demonstrated Christ’s love for them in tangible ways.
Janie Stuart interviews a university student to get a window into the “young minds” of today.
“I never had a negative reaction from telling someone that I would pray for them. In fact, the only reactions I ever got were ones of graciousness and thanks.”
This year, we’re following the story of a Ballard-based small group. Click here to see what this group is up to!
Meet some of the folks involved at UPC–staff, volunteers, and other leaders–in their own words.
UPC has a long history of partnering with a variety of nonprofit organizations that meet people where they are and lend a hand where needed. Here’s a snapshot of just three such organizations.
In November, the 10am Kindergartners responded to the call to embrace UW by making 100 cards and gift bags for students going into finals.
“[Mr.] Bhang is the [kind of] teacher that when I’m having a bad day I can get advice and talk to him. I can trust him with that,” Andre said.
I believe God uses seemingly disparate experiences to thread and thrum our life with meaning, and Ramy’s story is further evidence of his hand.