Merry Christmas from NBISC! Here's a look back at our ministry highlights from 2021

It seems like yesterday that we were so eager to say goodbye to 2020 and to usher in 2021 with hope for an end to the Covid-19 pandemic. Well, Covid is still affecting the world and changing the way we work, live and conduct business. But some things don't change, praise God! and Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever! (Hebrews 13:8) And it is in His name and power that No Boundaries International South Carolina has persevered and ministered to our communities. As such, We are a 100% volunteer-run, 501 c3 organization. We hope you'll enjoy this look back at 2021 and all the Lord has provided for us and those we serve, including the launch of our Food Truck ministry which served over 1,600 meals in the first 8 months of its use. Thank you and Christmas Blessings to you and yours! -- Acton

Our Women's Deep Water Bible studies met weekly throughout the year at The Abbey. Our studies included Matthew, 1 Peter, the book The Cure, and the Journey to Restoration. Our next study begins on Monday, January 10th at The Abbey, 5pm-6:30. We'll be doing a Red Letter study of the Gospel of Mark. Contact Acton at to register. Bring a friend!

This summer, eighteen women participated in No Boundaries International's discipleship course, A Journey to Restoration.

It is a healing/ restorative/ discipling e-course written by NBI founder Dr. Lori Bassey that can be done by yourself or in a group. We'll be offering the course again in 2022. Email if you're interested in taking it.

For Valentine's Day 2021, NBISC baked cookies and prepared 120 gift bags for staff at Project Lighthouse, Sea Haven, Friendship Place and New Horizons Homeless shelters. The purpose: to encourage our fellow workers in bringing healing and the love of Jesus into the lives of others in the midst of a pandemic.

At our plant sale fundraiser in May we rolled out our new Food Truck which literally gives us NO Boundaries to reach those in need of Spiritual or Physical Food. We have served over 1,600 meals in Pawleys Island, Georgetown and Myrtle Beach since then. You can find us 2 Wednesdays a month at the Baskervill Food Pantry serving up lunch, and beginning in January we'll begin regularly scheduled lunch visits to Project Lighthouse in MB. We also cooked and served food at several church and community events for both Pawleys Island Community Church and Pawleys Island Presbyterian Church. You may have seen us at Trunk or Treat or Shine Bright at PIPC. If you'd like the NBISC Food Truck to serve at a community event for your church, drop us an email. Building community among the body of Christ is another goal of our food ministry.