And Jesus said to him,’You go, and do likewise.’

By Shelly Mayer ForColumbia 2019 Coordinator ForColumbia 2019 is now nearly three weeks in the rearview mirror and, as we wrap up all of the post-event activities, I can’t help but return to this year’s recap video over and over. Being “the hands and feet of Jesus” is a phrase that threatens to sound over-used, … Continued

How Important is Prayer to ForColumbia?

By Brooke Bassett Prayer is an integral – and growing – part of our efforts to love and serve the members of our community. As Christians, we believe that the Lord is always listening when we call out to Him (1 John 5:14) and that He loves hearing from his sons and daughters. We believe … Continued

FAQ for Volunteering with #ForColumbia2019

Hi, everyone! As we begin recruiting volunteers for the work we’ve lined up to accomplish this year on Saturday, April 27, we wanted to provide easy answers to some of the most-frequently-asked questions we’ve gotten in the past. Individual/Family Registration Now Open: SIGN UP NOW How can I make sure I am assigned to serve … Continued

The Ongoing Impact of ‘One Day of Service’

The basketball court looked as though it had been abandoned for decades. The chain link fence that surrounded it on two sides was completely overgrown with weeds and brush, leaning in places as scrub trees wove themselves into the fence. The asphalt was in particularly rough shape, cracked in multiple places where weeds thrived in … Continued

New for 2018: ‘Tiny Green Thumbs’

Family-Friendly Serving Project Keeps Kids Safe and Builds Relationships For 2018, ForColumbia’s Executive Team has been working to implement a widening range of serving opportunities to fit literally anyone who wants to volunteer. One opportunity we’d like to highlight this year is a family service project we’re calling “Tiny Green Thumbs.” When He gave His … Continued