Save the Date: Wednesday, October 19th
Save the Date
Young Life Banquet
Wednesday, October 19th
On October 19th, Young Life will be hosting their annual Banquet Dinner. The dinner is FREE and is for adults only. It's a fundraiser and a friend-raiser. It'll be an awesome night filled with county fair games, delicious food, and a glimpse of Young Life and the impact that YL is having on our community. A formal invitation will follow.
What is Young Life?
A fundamental need of young people is for a stable, supportive bond with a caring adult. For seven decades, Young Life has been providing strong, positive influences in the lives of young people. Young Life is Christian adults who build relationships with teenagers. You will find Young Life leaders in the stands of football games, band practices, and taking kids to the mall. Young Life leaders model trust, respect and responsibility to their young friends, and they do it within a meaningful context, with the context of a teenager’s world. Young Life’s purpose is to show adolescents Jesus Christ and His relevance to their life.
“Pat and I hold a deep respect for the ministry of Young Life because it appeals to kids right where they are, and in an attractive way exposes them to Godly principles for living. It drew our two sons into a closer relationship with the Lord, and provided them with many deep friendships that will last a lifetime. It is also a way for many of us that are caught up in the pressures of the world to influence our kids positively through our financial support.” - Joe Gibbs, former NFL football coach and Nascar Racing owner
You can find Young Life in every state of the US as well as over 70 countries. Locally it's active at Atlee High School, Lee Davis High School, Hanover High School, (working on getting YL started at Patrick Henry High School) Chickahominy Middle School, VCU and meets once a week in kids’ homes. Young Life provides a Bible study for growth called campaigners that meets weekly as well. We also have a ministry that serves students with disabilities called Capernaum. Hanover County Young Life is directed by two full-time staff and over 25 volunteer leaders.
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Hanover Young Life is operated and funded by the local community. Check out this video to find out more about the ways that Young Life is making a difference and how you can be a part of change.