Apr 13, 2010

Splatter for Cyprus

by Kelsey Huff

Student missionaries are at it again. A group of Liberty students with a heart for reaching the lost are going to Cyprus in association with Grace Church and held a creative fundraiser — a miniature food fight outside the Reber Thomas dining hall Friday.

The food fight ended with ketchup and mustard covering the potential short term missionaries. The trip to Cyprus is set for the first week in July and will involve prayer walking and relationship building.

“It’s a really big prayer mission,” participant Emily Hoosier said.

Other students planning to go on the trip include Rachel Mason, Natalie Karpenko, Molly Morgan, Stephanie Chan and Josh Gardner. The group is still accepting donations. To help, see the Splatter for Cyprus Facebook page.

Contact Kelsey Huff at
kehuff@liberty.edu.


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