Missions Matters

Royal Lane has a long history of answering God’s call to love through service. “Missions Matters” will appear in the Mosaic on a regular basis. It will highlight our continuing commitment to missions and other matters where we reach out to the community. This will be a place where we will tell our stories and perhaps help you find what “matters” most to you.

The Mosaic, January 10, 2018

Mission Trip 2016 – Slideshow

Posted: August 14th, 2016, 4:45 pm

Video Update from Mission Trip 2016 – Perry County, Alabama

Posted: July 21st, 2016, 6:09 am

Mission Trip 2016 Survey

Posted: March 11th, 2016, 9:22 am


For those who’ve not heard, mission trip 2016 will be to Perry County, Alabama! The trip will be from July 16 through July 23. We will be partnering with the Alabama CBF-affiliated organization, Sowing Seeds of Hope, which is a part of CBF’s Rural Poverty Initiative.

Please follow the link below to fill-out a brief survey indicating your level of interest. The survey is essential to planning transportation, meals, lodging, etc.

Mission Trip Survey

More details to follow as planning progresses.

Wednesday Evening Service – July 22

Posted: July 20th, 2015, 8:54 am
(Updated location for Wednesday evening service, July 22 – “C” on map.)
Community House, 1825 South Blvd, Dallas, TX 75215
If you are able, please join the missioners at Community House on Wednesday evening July 22 for Wednesday evening services. The service at Community House is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.
No activities will be held on the Royal Lane campus on Wednesday, July 22.
Church Conference will be held on Wednesday, July 29

Mission Trip 2014: Wrap-Up

Posted: August 12th, 2014, 11:41 am

Do Justice. Love Mercy. Walk Humbly.

Last fall, Blake Miller suggested that we consider partnering with Church for the Highlands in Shreveport for our 2014 mission trip. After only one conversation with the pastor, John Henson, and youth minister, Kyle Kelley, it was clear that this would be a meaningful partnership. Like Royal Lane, Church for the Highlands is deeply concerned with issues of poverty and social justice. Indeed, their entire ministry is a missional outreach in one of Shreveport’s poorest communities.

John and Kyle described for us the work that they and other CBF churches in Louisiana had been doing for several years in the community of Lake Providence, Louisiana. As we learned in a recent CNN video, Lake Providence is home to the greatest income gap in the country. We felt the call, so we went.


Jenny Hodge is the in-residence Together for Hope Louisiana missionary in Lake Providence.

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