New Birth Fellowship and Cornestone Fellowship both in Kilgore, Tx, come together for community service and worship. Photo courtesy Longview News Journal/Justin Baker.
A massive part of what it is to be Christian involves two things: outreach – showing Christ’s love through service, and collaboration – working together with other congregations to see God’s Kingdom realized here on earth. When those two aspects meet, beautiful things happen.
Carl Mohn knows about this first-hand.
ETBU Alum and pastor of Cornerstone Fellowship in Kilgore, Carl (01) recently teamed his congregation with New Birth Fellowship in Kilgore to serve residents throughout the community through service and worship.
After doing a variety of tasks from yard work for the elderly and disabled, to visiting nursing homes, the two congregations met in Pentecost Park for lunch, music, and worship.
Carl is the son of ETBU Alum and former Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing, David Mohn (71). David is retired and resides in Mt. Pleasant.
We are very proud of Carl and the two congregation’s work in Kilgore. Way to Go! GO BLUE!
Read the full story here from the Longview News-Journal.
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