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In Honored Company

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In Honored Company

    We at Sunday to Sunday cannot begin to express how honored we are to be an official 2013 Epoch Award Nominee. We have joined an elite group of foundation shakers—those who see their world and think, “I can change it”. They are the reason we continue believing that today is better than yesterday, and tomorrow holds more than we can imagine. The Epoch legacy is one of loving the way Jesus loves by healing the hurting, rebuilding broken hearts, and demanding the freedom of those who cannot free themselves.   As an...

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2013 Summer Dates

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2013 Summer Dates

Have you been waiting to make a difference? Have you been waiting to impact your community? Your moment has arrived. Sunday to Sunday is headed out into the community and we want you to come with us. Over the course of seven evenings, you will be immersed in your Sunday to Sunday in-town mission’s experience. In less than a week you will experience the love of God in ways you never thought possible. Come and be transformed.   We have two dates for your choosing: Dates:     June 2nd – 9th & June 23rd – 30th Cost:    ...

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Start With Love (…and a Giant Dalmatian)

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Start With Love (…and a Giant Dalmatian)

A crowd of young adults gathered together on a Saturday morning to assemble face painting stations,  inflate a Dalmatian bouncy house, fill bags with groceries, and hide candy filled plastic Easter eggs. Little bunnies made out of paper plates and colorful buckets filled with water would soon be the source of endless smiles and giggles. Before the festivities began, we gathered together to worship in song and prayer with one mission: Shower This Community With Love. Small teams went door to door giving out bags of groceries to families,...

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I Can Do Something

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I Can Do Something

As someone from a still developing country, I never thought that there were homeless people in the United States.  I used to think that Americans were always living the American Dream.  When I moved to Georgia, my parents bought a house in the suburbs.  I heard stories that there are homeless people, but never really accepted it since I had never seen them.  Maybe I had seen them, but never really seen them.  My Sunday 2 Sunday metro Atlanta tour was the true eye opener for me. My first night with the team, we couldn’t really walk...

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Valentines Day for 3

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Valentines Day for 3

In this part of the world we are coming down from the high known as Valentines Day. Some say it’s a day of consumerist excess forced down our throats by corporate big shots. Still there are others who get all too caught up in the festivities of the oversized teddy bears, chocolate roses, and sentimental singing pop-up cards. Still, there are those in the middle of the road. We’re pleased to be able to enjoy the free heart shaped doughnut and coffee from the office break room. Valentines day is a day for sharing your heart a little more...

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Opened Eyes

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Opened Eyes

I have been on S2S more than once, but the experiences were completely different. After the first time I went, I had such a righteous anger about the poverty and people who had lost hope. It drove me to want to continue to do the tour so I could share the love of God with them. As I walked through what I thought was a familiar place, I began to see my city’s true colors. Those colors not being the glamorous city many people believe to be true. They were the colors of hurt, hopelessness, and tragedy. When I saw the look of defeat on the...

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Homeless People Are People Too

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Homeless People Are People Too

I was hesitant to write this because I never want to be one who brags over the fact that they did something that God is proud of. So instead of bragging about what I did this week, I’ll talk about what God showed me. This week I did an in-town missions trip with a Sunday to Sunday Tour. Each night a group of people and myself got together and did something to show the love and truth of God in the metro-Atlanta area. It’s common for churches to travel across borders and do this, but quite uncommon for them to do this in their own back yard....

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Its Time

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Its Time

It’s Time to Bring Awareness And Keep Our Children Safe Child sex trafficking in your own backyard?!?! That can’t be true! Or can it?   Did you know… Atlanta is rated the top US city for singles to live? Has the world’s largest aquarium? Has the largest fast food restaurant? Has the world’s busiest airport? AND did you know Atlanta ranks as one of the HIGHEST US cities for CHILD SEX TRAFFICKING? _________________________________________________   Take your watch and set the alarm to go off in two minutes. When this happens...

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A Day in the Life of an Atlanta Pimp

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A Day in the Life of an Atlanta Pimp

I’ve witnessed a lot over the last couple of months and it has caused a stirring in my heart. God has completely broken my heart for victims of the sex trafficking industry. I had always felt like God was leading me down a path that involved working with women, but I believe He has clarified His purpose when I encountered Princess. For those not familiar with Princess’s story, she is a 19 year sex trafficking victim who was rescued from a life of sex slavery after 3 years. Her rescue team: a few team members from Sunday to Sunday, Inc;...

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The First 24 Hours with Princess

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The First 24 Hours with Princess

A few weeks ago, a Facebook post changed my life. My workday was nearly over and a friend of mine put on her status that she had gotten a call from Fulton Industrial Blvd. My heart stopped. FIB is famous for one thing and one thing only: sex. Any way you want it; any time you want it, with a Big Mac on the side. We spend time there each summer talking to the women who are forced to work the boulevard. A few nights ago, a team down on FIB met a girl we’ll call Princess. She was 19 and had been working since she was 16; nearly 4 yrs of being...

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