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    I feel the purpose of the Young Life ministry is to show students the power of God and teach them how to start or continue on in their faith journey all while having fun and being in a safe environment. Young Life shows that learning about God doesn’t only have to be a serious but can also be fun and with friends. Some fun ways include going to club and paying games then listening to a leader speak or going camp and listening to talks by the guest speaker. At both of these you are able to have fun and be serious while trying to expand you faith. Another purpose of Young Life is to show that you have people that want to support you and show you that you aren’t alone in your journey. They want to show you how to get through the hard times in life and that God has a plan no matter what even if it is not what you envisioned. This is so meaningful because you are able to be in a safe and non-judgmental place where you can talk about anything on your mind. Being in middle or high school can make you feel alone even though you are never alone, there is always someone that is in a very similar position as you who can help you or guide you through. My circumstances of committing to Jesus started in 7th grade when I first when to Wyldlife. Before coming I had been going to church almost every Sunday but not caring and not believing what was said. After…

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    However, we can also be motivated by more earthly needs. We always have a choice to do the right or wrong thing, even though sometimes the difference isn’t clear. Also, sometimes what’s right for one will be wrong for another. Why was the man in the grocery store compelled to take a young girl? Was he perhaps not trying to take me? What motivated that woman to stop what was happening? And this is what I wonder the most: what was God’s reason for sending an angel to save me? The truth that I come…

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    Alee Beheshtaein M, W 3-5 11 November, 2016 Religion in life Religion has affected most of the people’s lives around the world for hundreds of thousands of years, directly or indirectly. People, who let religion into their lives, start to follow a variety of behavioral and social guidelines that the religion sets for them. People can get caught up with religion through a very deep emotional level, that their religion will control their lives. The City of Churches is about a young girl…

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    Rhetoric of Young Life Being in high school, it sometimes feels like everyone is trying to get you involved in something. Teachers, parents, and upperclassmen are always pushing you towards an extracurricular or sport. One group that is extremely adamant about getting students to join their group is Young Life. Many schools have Young Life, but for those who don’t, I will try to explain it to you. Young Life is a Christian, non-denominational group that tries to reach out to high school…

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    I have had the opportunity to serve on multiple teams and hold several leadership positions. The time I have spent in these roles and the contributions I have made to these groups have taught me many important lessons in collaborating towards a common goal, communicating effectively, and leading groups of people well. Since my freshman year of college, I have served on a team of volunteer Young Life leaders in Southwest Austin. Young Life is a ministry that reaches out to middle school and…

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    Young or Old: Improve Your Life A large majority of the population is overweight. Busy schedules and harsh lifestyles contribute to obesity. Often times it is easier to pick up food from a drive-thru than it is to prepare it in the kitchen after a long day at work. Everyone needs to understand the importance of exercise and make it part of a daily routine. Although some people assume working out is optional, a daily exercise routine is needed to boost confidence, maintain body weight, and…

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    the young adults and what they do as an everyday life instead of what they should be doing to better their lives. She doesn 't speak in a way where it would seem like she 's disowning them, she speaks in a way where she wonders why they do what they do. In the poem, there is a bunch of imagery. You can see (we) young people leaving school early or not…

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    through life categorizing those who do not meet their standards? Not one human life is experienced the same, making it inevitable for people’s interpretation of life clash with other’s. Life consists of stages of happiness, fear, or sorrow, but how people handle the uncertainty of life, reveals a lot about their character. Some are faced with a life time of sadness but see the beauty in life, while others are blessed with opportunities but are never fully happy. In “Everyday Use”, and “A Clean,…

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    Boys & Girls clubs of America Boys & Girls clubs is a club where boys and girls learn to express themselves by learning and participating in fun activities. It gives boys and girls in America a sense of belonging and identity. For those who are left at home with no supervision and they feel left out and alone, they get to feel loved and cared for when they join. Programs are organized for the young boys and girls to enhance learning self-competence and belonging. The Boys & Girls clubs of…

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    self-sufficiency. A new generation of society described in "A Nation of Wimps" can be averted by allowing children self-inflicted life experience, by suppressing the realities of competition in the workplace, and by declining the instantaneous communication between students and their parental figures.…

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