Aim Right’s 24 Hours of Prayer event begins this weekend with community worship at 6 p.m. on Sunday, followed by community prayer at 7:30 p.m.  Why pray for the youth and families of our city? 

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We were blessed with another large group at Teen Night. Kids Klub began a week ago with a kick-off rally, but yesterday was the first evening of classes.  I think the children enjoyed meeting their “new” teachers.  The lesson was about Job — a story that wasn’t familiar to most of the children, but one…

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The movie Unconditional is playing in select theaters throughout the United States, and the basic storyline is based on true events in the life of Papa Joe Bradford, who reaches out to at-risk children who live in Nashville, TN.  Visit www.unconditionalthemovie.com to find showtimes in your area or to find out how you can make a difference in…

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Become a link in the chain of reaching at-risk youth and come to Aim Right’s dinner banquet on Saturday evening, October 27th, at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort in Phoenix.  An RSVP is required, and limited seating is available.  To reserve your seat, contact Banquet Coordinator Stephanie Reed at (614) 561-7497 or e-mail [email protected] In addition…

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´╗┐After a few months’ break, Teen Night resumed Friday evening.  The basement was both warm and full, with the audience ranging from veteran Teen Night’ers to newbie 13-year-old’s and 7th graders.  Caleb shared about hardships and the life of Joseph.  He had a few hardships he presented to the trio of volunteers pictured below. Each hardship involved drinking a…

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Beginning in October, The Mobile Pantry will be on site at Aim Right the 2nd Thursday of each month.  To find out how you can be involved in this ministry to needy families, click on the image below.    “…whoever is kind to the needy honors God.”  Proverbs 14:31 

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From my office upstairs, I heard a loud thud as something hit the side of the building.  I went outside to investigate and was quickly informed by Mario* that Joseph* was responsible for the sound.  Apparently it is much more fun to throw a ball against a door than to use the spacious basketball court…

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The Arizona Republic recently featured this article highlighting Lorena (pictured above) and her Big Brothers Big Sisters mentor. Lorena has attended Aim Right programs for many years, and as the article indicates, her parents are some of the most hospitable folks you will find. (P.S.  Lorena and her mentor were also featured on a segment of 12…

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One of the benefits of having a break from programs is that there is time to assess how the previous year went and then make adjustments as needed for the following year.  This year some of those adjustments will be due to a change in volunteer structure (no interns serving at our downtown location) as well as transportation…

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