April 3, 2018
Keeble and King fought “for different things in different ages.”
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Nationally, Lads to Leaders/Leaderettes and Leadership Training for Christ events draw more than 40,000 to 17 sites in 13 states.
Oklahoma walkout prompts youth group to make sure students who can’t go to school get lunch.
Atlanta-area church presents a vivid ‘Jesus Journey’ to community
Kentucky church plans mission trip to do recovery work after Hurricane Maria and promotes it with viral video.
“When I was 13, my English teacher asked us to write out a list of goals for our lives. I don’t remember most of my list, but, since that day, I’ve had my sights set on visiting Antarctica.”
Many Christians feel like they have to have some big conversion story to reach out to others, but Broekhuis reminds us that, through the power of Christ and what he has done for us, we all have the ability to reach out to others.
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Check out this week’s Voices only — a young man singing multiple parts of a favorite hymn.
And don’t forget to watch last week’s feature, Voices only: Danny Boy.
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