Awesome!!!!! incredibly awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!1
I work at Adventures. We have adventures of all kinds on a regular basis. We take a generation that is spiritually hungry on a journey that deeply connects them to Jesus and his purpose for their lives.
We base our ministry on Jesus’ three-year journey with his disciples. We teach young people to live a community-based, missional lifestyle. Old methods of transferring faith to young people aren’t working. In contrast we have found that the World Race experience profoundly changes lives. It gives those of us who are parents hope of imparting a better future to our sons and daughters.
We believe God has asked us to scale our ministry for a movement, making World Race-type experiences a normal part of growing up for young Christ-followers.
Because we’re growing at a rapid rate, we are looking for like-minded believers to join us. We are looking for new staff, coaches, investors, and prayer partners.
A growing number of Christ-followers are experiencing the excitement of seeing the kingdom come as they participate with us. We are finding abundant life on the journey and are committed to share it with all those who join us!
Seth, great video. Excited to see the growth and changes!
This is a great message. Was just in learning with Len Sweet for a couple of days and he emphasized the importance of play and playfulness (joy and adventure) in our lives serving God. Looks like you guys have it down!
I concur wholeheartedly. Oh, how I miss you guys.
Thanks, Kathy. That “work hard/play hard” balance isn’t easy. This last week some staff wanted to punk me, but were prevented from doing so by other staff members who said, “you don’t want to start a war around here.”
we miss you, Teri!
What an amazing video – this captured the environment at Adventures perfectly!
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