Story number 2 for 5 Apr 2002

By April 5, 2002

(USA) — Meanwhile, as separation of church and state makes it difficult to proclaim Christ in schools in the United States, a ministry is doing just that. Awana Clubs International‘s Jack Egar. “Tammi Hollingshead, an Awana commander at McConnell Memorial Baptist Church in Hiawassee, Georgia, she really had a desire to get the Gospel out into her community. So, she asked if she could set up an after school Awana program at the Towns County Comprehensive school, and it was approved.” Egar wants other churches to start school programs because evangelizing kids is their passion. “To get the Gospel to these kids so that they come to saving faith in Jesus Christ and then we build bridges to moms and dads. And, when we build bridges to moms and dads all kinds of wonderful things begin to happen.”

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