BCF News 2020


The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) in Graceville, Fla., not only appreciates but depends on the mission volunteers that come to the campus and faithfully serve. The volunteers this year came from states both near and far with the latest ones representing Georgia, Missouri, Tennessee, and Florida.

While at the Graceville campus, the men have installed new bathrooms, constructed room partitions in the Administration Building and converted several married student housing units into lodging for camp attendees. Another gentleman, from Missouri, worked night and day to build new shelves in the Archive Building to house books from the hurricane damaged library. To date he has built a total of 31 units consisting of 258 shelves.

Several of the ladies have worked alongside office employees helping where needed, providing a sweet spirit of encouragement, and tremendous helping hand. Other ladies have been busy sewing in the log cabin located in Heritage Village, making items for pregnancy centers, nursing homes, and for the children's homes.

Campers have stated that although they come to help the college, they are the ones truly blessed by being able to serve on a campus such as BCF. The faculty and staff have been amazed and eternally grateful for the mission volunteers that give of their time, talent, and resources to make a difference on the campus! Special projects and much needed assistance is their forte and everyone on the campus benefits from their expertise and experience.

For more information on mission projects at The Baptist College of Florida, please call 800.328.2660 or visit the website at www.baptistcollege.edu.

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