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We have a unique and powerful spoken word video premiering this weekend at all three campuses. Here's a sneak peek of the piece featuring #MHCollege A&T student @neekyjayy. Join us tomorrow! mercyhillgso.com/locations

Good morning, Mercy Hill! Our volunteers are excited to serve you tomorrow as we continue our #MHMessenger series. One of our volunteers is #MHCollege student Lori Pegram. Lori serves on our First Impressions Seating Team. Here is her story: “When I was in high school, Pastor Andrew was a camp pastor for me one year at summer camp, and he made a powerful impact on me. At the beginning of the week, he dropped a vase off the end of the stage to make a metaphor about how we are broken, earthly vessels. At the end of the week, he revealed that he had someone take those pieces and collage them into a work of art. He then likened this to how Christ takes our broken pieces and makes us into something whole and beautiful. Pastor Andrew also told us about how he planting a church in Greensboro. I found out that Mercy Hill was 45 minutes away from my house, so I never went because it was so far. However, when I made the decision to attend UNCG, I learned that the Clifton Road Campus was going to launch right near the school. I attended the first Sunday at the Clifton Road Campus, where I fell in love and never looked back. After that, I attended the #MHWeekender with no plan of where I would like to serve. I only knew that God was calling me to serve. When the time to decide came, I was told that the seating team really needed people. I figured it would be a good fit because I am relatively shy, and I noticed there wasn't too much talking involved in taking people to their seats. It ended up being a great fit! I am now an apprentice on the seating team, and I love serving every single week. I never thought that I could find such a perfect place to use my skills, but God knew exactly what I needed and where to place me to serve!” #MHVolunteers

Today we are shaking off the winter blues by hosting Beach the Blues from 11 am to 1 pm in The Den by Crave. Come and take part in games, grab a mocktail and win some prizes. #mhcollege #beachtheblues #campuslife #dreamingofwarmerdays

#MHCollege students: Did you know that #MHGrouplink is for you? These two ladies are launching two of the new college groups, and there are plenty of other group options that you can check out at mercyhillgso.com/grouplink. If you're not yet plugged into life-giving community at Mercy Hill, join us tomorrow night!

It's Thursday, and we're back with our final "Through the Years" feature for #MHCollege's Sent Initiative. Today we're featuring Olamide Olawuni, who participated in City Project in 2017. Here is his story: "During City Project, God really did a work on my heart. Through the love of my host family, the encouragement of my fellow project participants, and the Mercy Hill staff, God revealed the gospel to me, and I learned how to respond to his unmerited grace. An everyday realization of the beauty of the cross wrecked me and inspired me to be his ambassador on my campus, in classes, and at work. City Project encouraged me to live life largely and strategically for his glory." -Olamide Olawuni | For more information or to sign up for City Project, visit mercyhillgso.com/cityproject. #MHCityProject #Sent #TBT

Today's the day! Hundreds of students + six campuses + four times a year + one name = UNITED. It’s the best math you'll ever have to do. Plus, we're bringing back Aggie poet, Neeko Williams, to celebrate one name, Jesus. We dance for him, we sing for him, and we give testimony to what he has done. #MHCollege students: Join us tonight at Clifton Road at 8 PM! Your Friday night just got a lot better. #MHUnited

It's Thursday, so it's time for our "Through the Years" feature for #MHCollege's Sent Initiative. Today we're featuring Claire Swanson, who participated in City Life in 2017. Here is her story: "City Life helped me realize that I could glorify God even in something as simple as a summer internship — something that I knew before but I had not fully internalized. Sometimes living an “adventurous” life is equated with following Jesus. City Life showed me that whether I am filing files or jetting across the globe, I can do it for the glory of God." -Claire Swanson | For more information or to sign up for City Life, visit mercyhillgso.com/citylife. #MHCityLife #Sent #TBT

Hundreds of students + six campuses…#MHUnited. #MHCollege students: Have you been missing your Clifton Road and Regional friends? Well, this Friday we're having a family reunion with college students from SIX different campuses! Black Mirror and New Girl can wait; you have real live people to dance and celebrate with!

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#MHCollege #MHUnited Hundreds of students + six campuses + four times a year + one name = UNITED. Just bring yourself, your student I.D., and everyone you know! Doors open up at 7:45pm!

#MHCollege students: We know you're wishing you had passed out of math, but #MHUnited math is simple. Hundreds of students + six campuses + four times a year + one name = UNITED. You won't even need a calculator. Just bring yourself, your student I.D., and everyone you know! Check back for the next three days to see each part of the equation.

Uniting all college students, across the Triad, around one name, Jesus. We dance for him, we sing for him, and we give testimony to what he has done. Around Jesus, we are United. It's a new year, so we're going to celebrate it with a party of our own. Join us this Friday night (01/26) at our Clifton Road Campus from 8-9:30 PM...Your Friday night just got a lot better. #MHCollege #MHUnited

#whyididcp Seeing God move all around the world was life changing. The time in NY, GSO, and Montreal showed me how Big God really is and amazed me that I was in relationship with him. My closest and truest friendships were formed that summer, as Jesus made himself known to us and through us by sharing the Gospel. I truly believe that if I had not done CP I would not be a resident today. This work is an extension of what he taught be back then; that he really is good and worthy of praise #mhcollege

It's Thursday, so it's time for our "Through the Years" feature for #MHCollege's Sent Initiative. Today we're featuring Ashton Forrest, who participated in City Life in 2016. Here is her story: "I did City Life two years ago, and it was honestly the perfect opportunity for me as I was transitioning from a college student to a working adult. Because of City Life and Mercy Hill, I found a new appreciation for the calling I feel the Lord has placed on my life. I now recognize that even though I work within the public school system, ultimately I work for the glory of God, and for His glory alone." -Ashton Forrest | For more information or to sign up for City Life, visit mercyhillgso.com/citylife. #MHCityLife #Sent #TBT

It's Thursday, which means it's time for our "Through the Years" feature for #MHCollege's Sent Initiative. Today we're featuring Morgan Long, who participated in City Project in 2016. Here is her story: "City Project taught me that a life lived for God is the best possible life and always an adventure. Understanding the lostness of the people in Orlando combined with the practical skills I learned in City Project made moving with Grace Alive not only a great option but an exciting adventure to live out the Great Commission in a city God loves. There is no greater satisfaction than living your life where God has called you to make disciples." -Morgan Long | For more information or to sign up for City Project, visit mercyhillgso.com/cityproject. #MHCityProject #Sent #TBT @gracealiveorl

"New Year, New Me" was the slogan plastered all over social media leading up to 2018. The slogan may sound great, but what if it's actually a new year and the same you? Visit mercyhillgso.com/blog to read more by #MHCollege staff member @amyoverton.

We took a short break for the holidays, but we're back today with our "Through the Years" feature for #MHCollege's Sent Initiative. Today we're featuring Patrick Anderson, who participated in City Life in 2016. Here is his story: "Before City Life, I had a very narrow view of work. I viewed it as something I had to do to pay bills. During City Life, all of my false assumptions about work were torn down. During that summer, I learned that as Christians we are called to glorify God through our work. City Life helped to change the way I work." -Patrick Anderson | For more information or to sign up for City Life, visit mercyhillgso.com/citylife. #MHCityLife #Sent #TBT

We're back today with our "Through the Years" feature for #MHCollege's Sent Initiative. Today we're featuring Vania Claiborne, who participated in City Project in 2015. Here is her story: "Seeing God move in what seemed half way around the world was life changing. It showed me how big God really was and amazed me that I was in relationship with Him. My closest and truest friendships were formed that summer, as Jesus made himself known to us and through us by sharing the gospel. I truly believe that if I had not done CP, I would not be a resident today. This work is an extension of what He taught me back then; that He really is good and worthy of praise." -Vania Claiborne | For more information or to sign up for City Project, visit
mercyhillgso.com/cityproject . #MHCityProject #Sent #TBT

We're back today with our "Through the Years" feature for #MHCollege's Sent Initiative. Today we're featuring Caleb Barker, who participated in City Life in 2015. Here is his story: "As I was getting close to graduation, I felt like my options in life were either to grow closer to God or pursue a successful career. Through City Life, I was able to meet people who spoke about and exemplified that it's possible to do both. God taught me that spreading the gospel is not just for people "in ministry," and that one way I could truly glorify Him is by engaging the darkness of a normal workplace for the sake of seeing the gospel spread." -Caleb Barker | For more information or to sign up for City Life, visit mercyhillgso.com/citylife. #MHCityLife #Sent #TBT

The SENT Initiative is a movement of college students leveraging their lives for the mission of God in cities across the world. This initiative offers multiple opportunities for our #MHCollege students in the summer, so today we're beginning a "Through the Years" campaign that will showcase past MH Sent Initiative students. First up is Chelsea Blandford, who participated in City Project in 2014. Here is her story: "City Project was the summer that set the trajectory of my Christian life. The training and equipping I received through CP gave me a foundation on which to spring into the mission field. I caught a vision for the nations, and specifically the most unreached people group in N. America, the Québecqois. Through CP, God called me to my current mission field in Québec, Canada, and he is issuing this calling for His glory." -Chelsea | For more information or to sign up for City Project, visit mercyhillgso.com/cityproject. #MHCityProject #SENT #TBT

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