Our Students Choose to Emulate Their Families by Engaging in Acts of Service

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We appreciate it when our students choose to emulate their families by engaging in acts of service. One of our dedicated parent volunteers, Alaina, along with her husband Matthew, served diligently with their youth group during their high school years in the NYC area (as shown in the attached old picture) back in 2001, just a month before the tragic events of 9/11. We are filled with joy to see that their children, Johnny, Alyssa, and Michelle, have now accompanied us on multiple mission trips to New Orleans, New York-Brooklyn, and San Francisco over the past five years. It warms our hearts to know that, because of their parents' selfless commitment during their own youth, Alaina and Matthew now desire for their children to experience the same meaningful, relational, and missional journeys as they once did.

We hold missions in high regard, firmly believing that discipleship encompasses both teaching and practical application. We wish to inspire all our students to regularly participate in our mission trips, allowing them to manifest their faith in action, much like the Bradshaw family. In the Bible, James reminds us that "faith without works is dead," emphasizing the importance of putting one's faith into action. We pray that future generations will be inspired to follow in this family's footsteps and continue this exemplary legacy.

The Walk Youth Group

Building 229


Thomas County area ministry

This is what we believe to be truth:

•We have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.

•For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.

•All who call upon the name of the Lord will be saved.

•If you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. - book of Romans


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