Young people and discipleship is the focus of Kids Hope USA, an outreach of International Aid. Constant training is part of what keeps the vision alive. Kids Hope’s Virgil Gulker says this past weekend’s training session was a crucial part of the anticipated future. “We were at Cornerstone University training 267 new Kids Hope USA mentors. The huge number of men and teenagers that were there suggests now that we are going to be able to really address the fatherless need of children as well.” Gulker explains how they work. “One of the privileges that we have is to be able to teach churches to be able to engage one to one mentors and prayer partners with at-risk public elementary school children.” The next training session for Kids Hope is slated for October 21rst in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Story number 3 for 21 Sep 2000
By davidvranishSeptember 21, 2000
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