WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN THE SMOKE FADES? When you have problems, what do you turn to?  Smoking, drinking, zoning out to music, working, reading, playing sports? Caleb shared with teens about this topic on Friday evening.  Part 2 comes this Friday, with a special guest speaker (an Aim Right alumnus!). Several teens had fun…

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Another hoppin’ Mobile Pantry morning has passed!  Since the “shoppers” are encouraged to bring their own boxes and containers, you’ll notice quite a variety of carrying devices below, from cardboard boxes, to trusty laundry baskets, to shopping carts (I’ll let you decide the ethics of that particular choice!), to small rolling carts.  January’s Mobile Pantry served 170 families, with…

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The flyer for Kids Klub this week included the question below.  It was meant to be rhetorical and get the kids’ attention, but one girl announced that her mom told her to write the answer on the back of the flyer and bring it to Kids Klub.´╗┐  This is what she had written: You could…

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How can you make a difference in a big world with big needs when everything you have to offer seems, by comparison, small and inadequate?  Click on the image below to view a powerful message by Pastor Andy Stanley and be challenged to find that one ministry, that one person, that one cause you will…

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The last few weeks, Aim Right’s programs have been on “Christmas break” so staff can enjoy time with family.  During this winter siesta, I read this new release from the local library and would recommend it: It’s called Undaunted:  The Early Life of Josh McDowell´╗┐, and it’s written by Cristobal Krusen and McDowell himself.  You might…

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