1.  Read here about a young man’s experience in Kenya, sharing the love of Christ with at-risk youth through baseball.  (P.S.  The article mentions Zach and Allyah Miller, who plan to join the work in Kenya soon.  Allyah served as an intern at Aim Right several years ago.) 2.  I want to read this book, but…

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 “Alone we can do so little.  Together we can do so much.”  – Helen Keller “Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.”  – Ecclesiastes 4:12 Plugging the holes….Objective — use your team to cover enough holes so that the tube will be filled with…

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I have to confess that it seemed quite strange to be organizing a Back-2-School event in July!  Nevertheless, with local elementary schools starting on July 31 this year, that was when it needed to be. We set the date for Saturday, July 20 and began asking for volunteers and donations.  As the 20th approached, we…

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How do you keep the fire burning? How do you keep your passion for Christ alive and not let your love grow cold?   Over the next few weeks, that is what youth will be learning as they meet on Monday evenings. Please keep this group in prayer!

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This comes from Elisabeth Elliot’s Keep a Quiet Heart.  It’s quite convicting. 1.  Count your troubles, name them one by one — at the breakfast table, if anybody will listen, or as soon as possible thereafter. 2.  Worry every day about something.  Don’t let yourself get out of practice.  It won’t add a cubit to…

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Until I collect images from the various cameras that were in use at camp, here are few shots from the week.  We drove to beautiful Telluride one day, had a picnic, played some kick ball and mush ball, and rode the unique (and free) Telluride/Mountain Village gondola.  Worship during chapel was a highlight for many campers. Twin…

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It seemed that the bridge was chosen for the camp group picture because we knew the camera being used could capture the entire bridge in one frame.  Perhaps, though, it is symbolic of the bridge that many campers personally experienced last week.  They met Jesus, forgiver of their sins and the One who gave…

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Yesterday we were blessed with another visit from a youth group in town for the Mennonite convention.  Marietta Community Chapel (Marietta, PA) youth led an afternoon of water games, snacks, and crafts for around 30 children.  One member of the group expressed that she thought it was a “God thing” that they were assigned to…

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You know it’s hot when… -your pastor refers to the “cool front” that is coming soon.  It’s going to only be 107 degrees.-your water bottle contains warm water, but you gladly down it anyway.  It sure beats no water. This is the season of hot, hot, and hotter here; one has to remember that “this too shall…

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