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Elkhart County Youth for Christ/Lifeline


Posted on Nov. 12, 2009 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on July 5, 2012 at 4:12 p.m.

Youth for Christ/Lifeline Ministries, 174 State St., Elkhart, targets youth in the third through 12th grades from Elkhart who are struggling at home, school or in the community, providing a safe environment where they can enjoy recreational and other activities. While at club, they will receive a meal and participate in small-group interaction as it relates to a Bible lesson. Lifeline strives to share the love of God, provide a relationship with a caring role model, develop student leaders, teach basic life skills and disciple students into the local church.

The wish list includes:

• Sharpie markers

• Items for the prize room of all sizes, including games, candy, gift certificates, phone minutes and toys for both boys and girls

• Coloring books and crayons

• Heavy duty extension cords, 20 to 40 feet

• Roll of 44-cent postage stamps

• NIRV soft-cover Bible (per-book cost)

• Camp scholarship funds

• 6-foot by 8-foot folding tables and chairs

• Tickets for events, including Notre Dame, NBA or NFL

• Van maintenance and service

• Two point and shoot digital cameras with optical zoom and rechargeable batteries

• Large gas grill

• Creation Museum trip for leadership teams

• New, Windows-based laptop computer

• Portable projection screens

• Service of heating and air conditioning units

For more information, or for the cost of a specific item, call 294-7407.




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