Christmas in Medellín

The 4 stages of life.

1. You believe in Santa Claus.

2. You don’t believe in Santa Claus.

3. You dress up as Santa Claus.

4. You look like Santa Clause.

I’m arriving at stage four, but the good news is that Mr. Clause is not what it’s about—Comunidad and New Hearts teamed up this Christmas to celebrate Jesus. Thank you to all the staff, volunteers, and givers that made this possible! Over 2,000 lunches handed out.

 

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OUR STORY:

Carta-tiro copy.jpgIn 1994, the McMillan family traveled to the kidnapping, murder, and drug capital of the western hemisphere to plant a church and a foundation. God thought Medellin, Colombia a good place to raise a family. And turns out He was right (as He usually is). It became a very large family: The church, Comunidad (Community), is now the largest church in Medellin with over 8,000 members, the Foundation, Viento Fresco, cares for over 150 high-risk children, and a non-profit coffee shop, New Hearts Cafe, serves cups of caffeine and the love of Jesus to thousands of college students.

God is doing so much in Medellin, and we write about here on the Teammcmillan.org blog!

THERE ARE FIVE WAYS TO BE PART OF THE STORY.

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