I love Center for Champions because it’s simply about building relationships and living life alongside a child who might otherwise feel alone.
We took 52 students and 14 leaders on this retreat, and it was amazing.
We will be working our way through the Gospel of Mark from January through Easter. As we go along, additional resources will be available on hfcinfo.com.
One recently awarded LIFT grant was requested by Janet Mills for Lebanon County Christian Ministries, where Janet has been volunteering for about 20 years. LCCM is planning to use the grant to help with their new homeless shelter.
Family devotions do not need to be every day, they don’t have to be boring or childish, and they certainly do not need to be hours long. But they should allow for thoughtful conversation, opportunities for everyone to share and lead, and time of just being loved and supported by those closest to you.
Do you ever feel stuck inside your circumstances, where there’s no easy way out? When this happens, we often find ourselves asking tough questions: Where is God in this? Why is he not answering my prayers? Does he really care? Habakkuk was someone who asked these hard questions. His is a story of someone learning to hope, when hope seems hard. Get ready for this...
Our partnership with Downey is one that started with a project during last year's Church: Beyond the Walls, and we have continued interacting with the staff and students over the past year. As we are seeking to be involved regionally as a church, Harrisburg is one place we can make a difference.
People were told and shown that they matter. They matter to God, and they matter to us. As one participant pointed out, "This is church. This is the gospel."