News from CAK
“What good is it that you have faith but don’t show it with your actions?” - James 2:14
For the third year in a row, CAK students, parents, and staff traveled to Montreal, Canada to work the Renaissance Church. The group of 34 spent time in service around the community including working in a kitchen at a shelter, helping pastors run the Jean Baptist festival, sorting clothes at a local ministry store, handing out coffee to bring a smile to travelers, and more.
"A highlight of the day was observing the differences in church services: French vs English - observing God work in different venues and cultures and languages, but they all clearly loved Jesus." - Jonah
"I went to the shelter today and made 236 beds then fixed dinner for 200 people. When we finished preparing the food, we went out and saw a long line of men waiting to be served. I realized they are here because they need help and we contributed to offering them help." - Brooke
"1 Corinthians 13:1 reminds me if I could speak all the languages of the earth and of angels but don’t love others, I am only a resounding gong or clanging symbol. The emphasis isn't on whether we can speak French or English but it's about our love. I hear God speaking to my heart to remember that love is patient and kind, it does not envy, it does not demand its own way." - Tracie
This is a high school trip lead by Gloria Murff, Christa Bennett, Lindsay Oaks, and Charli Thomas. John Stauffer, Micheal Ayres, and Tracie Woidtke served as chaperones. These students and graduates did an amazing job of serving all week!
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