Sitting in a suite at the University of Phoenix Stadium, with the Huskies socking it to Purdue, in the presence of a smorgasbord of great food and a fridge filled with sodas, a teen commented: “This is the best day of my life!” Aim Right’s Team FUN group had the privilege of attending two NCAA…

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This is a glimpse of what a ceiling collapse looks like in the basement of a 1920’s building: The basement was not in use during the collapse; we praise God for no injuries! And–an irresponsible driver must have had Robert Frost on the brain as they took the road less traveled yesterday evening and blessed…

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Since area schools had Spring Break last week, Brittany and I planned an outing to the Superstitition Mountains with our girls’ Bible study group. We brought lunches and enjoyed a picnic. Then, we set off on a 2.4 mile loop through the desert. It was a bit warm, and 2/3 of the way down the…

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A group of us attended the Urban Youth Worker’s Institute Reload (http://uywi.org/) conference in Phoenix on Saturday. Since 2005, Aim Right has had around 20 of our volunteers or staff participate in UYWI trainings in Phoenix or Los Angeles, and they have been extremely beneficial. The keynote speaker at Saturday’s conference was Pastor Harvey Carey…

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Tonight at Kids Klub, a young boy expressed concern that God does not like him because he’s gotten hurt every day for the past three days. I tried to reassure him that God really does love him, but that God also allows people to do bad things, and those bad things often hurt us.________________ While…

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I was challenged yesterday by the thought that believers should be exposing the Gospel lovingly and naturally every day, rather than imposing it. “Be imitators of God, therefore, as dearly loved children and live a life of love, just as Christ loved us and gave Himself up for us as a fragrant offering and sacrifice…

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From time to time, I will ask some children or youth to answer a list of specific questions for me. This is how a 16-year-old young man responded to a list of questions I gave him today: Q: What do you enjoy coming to most at Aim Right and why?A: I like Out Loud because…

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As I wade through “auction aftermath,” I have noticed that bidders and supporters of Aim Right’s 14th annual benefit auction came from Iowa, British Columbia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Illinois. It was especially interesting for me to sit down at one of the lunch tables and chat with my 3rd grade teacher, visiting…

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