While the YMCA was founded in a prayer meeting and has had close ties to the faith community since its inception, it is not a church … nor should it be.Read More
Category: Church Partnership
The Bible makes it clear that faith and works are intimately connected in the life of a Christian. While we are to be about the business of calling people to faith, that faith is to be demonstrated in action.Read More
You are well aware of the many people in your Y family and larger community that need healing, and are facing sickness and disease. Our nation, as well, needs healing, peace, and unity—rather than social chaos and turmoil. With those thoughts in mind, Angie Prenger, the CEO of the Long Branch Area YMCA in Macon, Missouri, has called her members and staff to join together in prayer.Read More
Look at this great email we got from Kevin Vincent and the team at Cedar Creek Church, which shares facilities with the Aiken County YMCA.
“I wanted to share a win that happened today with you all and I’m glad James is on this thread. As the executive director for our branch, he helped push the bubble being completed along and got it installed.Read More
“Service before self”. That was the motto for the team that traveled from the Twin Cities area to Germany representing both The Why Churchand the Greater Twin Cities YMCA. They had the joy of living out that principle during this life-changing two week adventure!
Pastor Bjorn Dixon of The Why Church, which meets in the Elk River YMCA, planned this trip to be a combination of service, education and inspiration. Work projects were mixed with sightseeing and visiting with their partner YMCA leaders in Germany.Read More
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