Troy Student Ministers to Assisted Living Residents in Phoenix

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This summer when Holly Walker went to do summer missions in Phoenix, she got a bonus — a chance to meet a great uncle that she had never met and a chance to share the gospel with 30 of his friends. “When I got to his assisted-living facility, I thought I was just going to get to sit down and talk with him, but he took me to a conference room where about 30 people were waiting,” said Walker, a student at Troy University. “They asked me to tell my story, and that led to gospel conversations that lasted about a half hour. It was amazing how God worked that out.”

From The Alabama Baptist Newspaper.

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