This year we pulled off our first ever Servathon. We brought kids together to serve another organization that’s making a huge impact in the city – The Hope Center. We were able to give the inside of one of their facilities and interior face lift as well as do some cleaning in their charter school, the Hope Leadership Academy. Not only were kids there serving a great organization, but they were raising money to go to Young Life camp this summer.
The leading group in Christian Rap is known as the 116 Clique. 116 comes from Romans 1:16, “For I am not ashamed of this Good News about Christ. It is the power of God at work, saving everyone who believes—the Jew first and also the Gentile.” Two artists from the group, Trip Lee and KB, were in concert at Concord Fortress of Hope. Leonard and new leader Anthony Bradley were in line waiting for the doors to open.
The dinner is for Kansas City area students, parents and family members who are involved with Kansas City Urban Young Life. The purpose of the dinner is to celebrate another great year of Young Life in Kansas City. Come and hear about our heart for teenagers and what we’re doing to reach them. Students attending with their family are entered in a giveaway for a set of Dr. Dre Beats Headphones and a gift certificate for a family dinner.
To learn more and to register, click here.
When: Monday November 17, 2014 from 6:15 PM to 8:00 PM
Where: Colonial Presbyterian Church 9500 Wornall Rd. Kansas City, MO 64114
Contact: Leonard Davis Kansas City Urban Young Life firstname.lastname@example.org
At Club we share the basic Gospel of Jesus Christ. We dive deeper into what it means to love and follow Jesus and to love their friends for His sake at something called Campaigners. They pray for their friends and schools and strategize how to most effectively reach their peers. This year, we’re having Campaigners at Center High School before school on Thursdays. All we do is provide donuts, orange juice, and the truth of Jesus Christ and at least 20 kids show up each week. This picture can’t portray how amazing it is watching God do His thing inside of a public school building.
This year’s Thanksgiving Celebration was a huge success. There was great food, great energy from the crowd, and hearts were definitely touched. Our speaker, Carlos Walker, did a wonderful job telling his story and communicating how God’s love changed his life. It was a message full of hope that connected with everyone in the room. The winner of our raffle was Ruskin High School student Lanisha Kimbrel. She walked away with a laptop computer.