Just finished sharing a Week of Prayer with the Ooltewah Adventist Kindergarten and School
October 13, 2016
BENEFITING: MORNING SONG INC
I celebrate my 61st birthday this November 13. Time has gone by so fast, but without Brother Wayne Thurber speaking on Grace at a Week of Prayer at Jefferson Academy when I was 14, I'd be somewhere totally different than where I am today. That's why I'm committed to sharing my testimony with youth two or more weeks a year. In the past the cost for the schools have limited only the largest schools and academies to have me come, but with your help I can say 'yes' to any school.
I believe in our youth and especially in the teachers who have dedicated their lives to their education. My mother, Carole Darmody, and wife Joni, have dedicated their lives to teaching and mentoring children. It's been my priviledge to share my life's testimomy at many of our schools and academies throughout my life. In fact, my son-in-law, can still remember my stories I shared at a Week of Prayer I held at his school when he was just an anonymous 4th grader.
Help me "enlarge my territory" (1 Chronicles 4:9-10) to other schools by helping fund one or more Week of Prayer at one of our Christian schools around the country. Your tax deductable gift, along with World Vision's sponsorship support, will allow me to offer a Week of Prayer series, to an elementary school or academy nearly free and in some cases, absolutely free.
Your tax deductialbe gift will free me to plan Week of Prayers for deserving schools at no or little cost to them.
These are some of the recent schools who have been helped in this fashion:
Ooltewah, TN - Sept 2016 - Ooltewah Adventist K & S
Santa Rosa, CA - Sept 2015 - Redwood Adventist Academy
Dallas, TX - April 2015 - North Dallas Adventist Academy
Plantation, FL - Jan 2015 - Sawgrass Adventist School
Fort Lauderdale, FL - Jan 2015 - Mt Olivet SDA Jr. Aca
New Port Richey, FL - Sept 2014 - New Port Richey Elem.
Chattanooga, TN - Mar 2014 - Standifer Gap SDA School
Lexington, SC - Mar 2011 - Columbia Adventist Academy
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