Performer, worship leader joins Hope for the World

Published: Thursday, April 11, 2013 at 10:14 AM.

"Though Hope for the World is in many countries, the country that my parents have worked with is Albania," Mullins said. "They began with just one orphanage and now, 20 years later, there are eight orphanages, a senior adult ministry, a handicapped orphanage, and a Hope Center for teens after they have grown too old to be in the orphan homes." 

Mullins and his wife, Kerri, have felt led to become involved not only in Albania, but with the entire work of Hope for the World.

"God has been dealing with our hearts about this for some time," he said. "Part of what we will be doing is helping to raise awareness about the many mission works being carried out in these countries, as well as making trips to these places."

But how do you combine a love for music and a calling to mission work?

"We all know that music is universal and it transcends language barriers so I know that God will continue to use this area of my life," Mullins said. "Exactly how, we will have to wait and see, but I have a desire for His voice to be heard and however He chooses to do that is fine with me." 

The congregation at The Chapel at Crosspoint is supportive of the Mullins' love for mission work and also their work at the church.

"Never in our lives have we experienced God move and confirm our decision more directly. We love the people of the Chapel, are blessed that they love us, and we look forward to many years of fruitful service together. We are so glad to be a part of our community here uplifting Christ in relationship which is true worship."                                     

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