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"Learning God Should Be King"

(excerpt from Jeff & Kristina's newsletter in NOV)

”Luke said: ’I mean, it seems like Israel always starts to sin whenever there is no one in charge.’ Luke’s statement was simple, almost innocuous, but it dove straight into a rich vein of theological thought…”

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"A Brave Young Lady's 3-Story Club Talk"

(excerpt from Annalise's newsletter in NOV)

“… She is not afraid to ask the real and difficult questions. She is curious and wants to know why things are the way they are and if she can help fix things…” 

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"Life-Report from a former Club Kid"

(excerpt from Kevin & Casey's newsletter in NOV)

[Writes Rachel Gregory]:

“… You might think Club is a good place for teens to socialize in the middle of the week while learning Christian values, but this barely skims the surface. Club changed my life. It’s where the right message meets the right age, and for my military friends who were just arriving or about to depart, it’s where some of the best friendships of our lives were formed.”

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"Completed Mission-Stint, Going on Sabbatical!"

(excerpt from Kaylyn's pre-sabbatical newsletter)

I am so thankful to each and every one of you who supported me in giving and in prayer. I wish I could explain to you how important this ministry is to our war fighting families. I have seen so much growth in students over the past three years. I am blown away that I get to be a small piece of their God Story. I love the mission of bringing a whole community together in unity under Christ. Because of you, I have been able play a role in all of this. I have also been a part of a team and a family that I love to death. They have been with me through some tough stuff. Thank you so much for letting me be a part of this.

 

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