Poland Mission Trip Preparations

By Ryan Neises, Coordinator of Academic Services and Sports Ministry Cześć from Nashville!  That means hello in Polish, but don’t ask me how to pronounce it just yet.  Preparations are coming along for our upcoming mission trip to Poland! Myself, along with 11 Belmont student-athletes, will be traveling to Eastern Europe to work alongside Proem…

Dominican Republic Reflections – Part 4

Our courageous ladies and staff have returned from their life changing mission trip to Juan Dolio, Dominican Republic. This is our final set of reflections from those who made the journey so that you may hear more about how impactful the week was.   Senior Baylee Cook: WOW!! I think that sums up the whole week.…

Dominican Republic Reflections – Part 3

Our courageous ladies and staff have returned from their life changing mission trip to Juan Dolio, Dominican Republic. We will be sharing reflections from everyone who made the journey so that you may hear more about how impactful the week was.   Sophomore Georgia McKee: You’ve heard from me all week, but again, I am…

Dominican Republic Reflections – Part 2

Our courageous ladies and staff have returned from their life changing mission trip to Juan Dolio, Dominican Republic. We will be sharing reflections from everyone who made the journey so that you may hear more about how impactful the week was.   Junior Bailey Sims: Throughout this trip, I have been amazed at the Lord’s…

Dominican Republic Reflections – Part 1

Our courageous ladies and staff have returned from their life changing mission trip to Juan Dolio, Dominican Republic. We will be sharing reflections from everyone who made the journey so that you may hear more about how impactful the week was.   Assistant Coach Ashley Thomas: This opportunity has caused an overwhelming sense of gratefulness.…

Day 7: Dominican Republic

As I lay in bed in disbelief that our time in the DR is over, I can’t help but sit in awe of what the Lord has done. This morning we left for the beach at 6:30 to witness the most beautiful sunrise we’d ever seen. On top of that, we got to witness Brooklin…

Day 5: San Diego

Day 5 started super duper early. For some of us, it started the day before since they pulled an all nighter. The crew got up at 2:30AM and were ready by 3. The all nighter crew so generously brought us coffee from a 24 hour coffee shop down the street (thanks for providing that, God).…

Day 7: San Diego

Monday! Our last full day here!! So, so sad. This day was packed full of activities and it went by so fast. When we woke up, we went down to chapel to have our last devotion with Mike. Again, we talked about the story of the Good Samaritan. This time, we talked about excuses. Excuses…

Day 6: Dominican Republic

Once again, we woke up with the crows of the roosters. The first thing we did on today’s schedule was drive 45 minutes to Santo Domingo. Personally, I love the drives and think that many people agree. It’s not everyday that you get to drive along the coast and look at the ocean in a…

Day 5: Dominican Republic

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOLLY!! This morning we walked to a church down the street and attended service. While most of us couldn’t understand what the pastor was saying, the presence of the Holy Spirit was felt throughout the worship and message. Some of us even recognized the worship songs and were able to sing along in…