Aim Right currently has 3 small groups that meet weekly. These groups are focused on mentoring and discipling teens. One of the resources that is being used is UYWI’s Discipleship Toolkit. It is free for anyone who will commit to meeting regularly with a young person or small group for one year.
One aspect of discipling urban teens in highly transitional communities is that the relationship and the process may be shorter than you would like it to be. Some teens move away. Some teens run to the darkness rather than the light. That is tough for an urban youth worker; we want “our” kids to do well, to have a network of Christian influences around them.
Check out the video!
UYWI Discipleship Toolkit Promotional from UYWI on Vimeo.
Aim Right’s annual Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser for Teen Camp will be held at Sunnyslope Mennonite Church
on Saturday, May 7th. The meal will be served from 5:00-6:30 PM. Cost is a donation. Come enjoy great food for a great cause.
Menu: Baked Spaghetti, Spaghetti with Alfredo Sauce, Garlic Bread, Salad, Drink, and Dessert.
We are grateful for the hard-working kiddos at Light in the Valley Chapel
in Sugarcreek, Ohio. They had a Verse-a-Thon and raised over $2,000 for Aim Right, designating the funds for children’s programs and Vacation Bible School.
Finally, please pray for protection over our campuses. Twice this spring, our downtown location has been vandalized. Our shed was broken into, with lawn equipment stolen. Recently, a woman was thwarted in her attempt to break into the house on the property; she already had a criminal record and was taken away by law enforcement.
We want the excitement to center around discipleship and prefer boring when it comes to property issues!