Hull Baptist Church
Wednesday, August 04, 2021
All for HIM...Just for YOU!
Max Nash
Max is a recent graduate of Truett-McConnell University.  He is embarking on a missionary journey to hike the entire Appalachian Trail seeking God's direction for his life and aspiring to touch and reach the lives of others while he makes this long hike up the eastern mountain range of the United States of America.  Max is the son of Mark and Cindy Nash.  This is not his first missionary endeavor, but it will be his longest.  He will be with his dog, Apollo, and another friend, Jesse Chitwood, throughout the hike.  Max departs from the southern most end of the trail on March 11, 2017 and hopes to complete the trail in less than 4 months time.  Please continue to pray for them as they make this journey seeking God's will. 
You can click on the links below to follow Max's and Jesse's blog posts about their journey.
Timothy Brown
Timothy is the son of Celia Brown, and the late Tim Brown.  Timothy has had the missionary calling on his life for several years and has served independently as a pilot and mechanic on the west coast and in Alaska over the last few years.  He recently served with NAMB (North American Mission Board) Disaster Relief teams and as a missions pastor in Canada. He is currently traveling the long road across Canada's Rocky Mountain region to serve as a NAMB missionary in Alaska. Please keep him in your prayers as he makes this journey and after he arrives and serves in the mission field there.
You can follow Tim by clicking on the link below to see what is happening on his Facebook page.
Daniel Townsend
Daniel left on a short term voluntary mission to Honduras on Saturday, March 11, 2017.  He is an active member of the military serving in the Air Force.  He is using his own leave to take the quick trip to the mission field.  Daniel is the son of Michael and Dawne Townsend.  Please be in prayer for him while he is away.
Mariah Cloud
Mariah left on a one month mission trip to Brazil on June 17th, 2017.  While she has been on many trips with her family, this is her first time venturing out on her own.  Please continue to lift her up in prayer.  She raised all the money for her to go on her own. 
These missionaries have family connections to the HBC church family.  While HBC supports other missionaries by way of NAMB and IMB, these missionaries hold a special place in our hearts, because they were trained for the mission field right here at HBC.  May God bless them and all who seek to serve the Lord through sharing Jesus Christ on the mission field.