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Yes, It Was Vandalism – ‘Call The Cops?’ Ministry Leader Had A Better Idea By Richard Hunt
The damage to the ‘no skateboarding’ sign and the concrete was all caught on security camera video. We could call the cops. What do you think we should do?”

After a reflective pause and maybe flashing a silent prayer, Portland YFC leader Joey replied, “Honestly, why don’t we skate with them if that’s what they want to do.” The pastor smiled big and said, “I was hoping you’d say that.” This act of unconditional love, the Jesus kind, has led to encouraging results among neighborhood kids.
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Yes, It Was Vandalism – ‘Call The Cops?’ Ministry Leader Had A Better Idea By Richard Hunt
The damage to the ‘no skateboarding’ sign and the concrete was all caught on security camera video. We could call the cops. What do you think we should do?”

After a reflective pause and maybe flashing a silent prayer, Portland YFC leader Joey replied, “Honestly, why don’t we skate with them if that’s what they want to do.” The pastor smiled big and said, “I was hoping you’d say that.” This act of unconditional love, the Jesus kind, has led to encouraging results among neighborhood kids.
Iowa Church ‘Sweet Corn Project’ Raises More Than A Quarter-Million Dollars For Missions, Projects By Richard Hunt
The sweet corn project has raised more than $227,000 since 1998, with the money going to missions and outreaches.

“A whole lot of people in our church are involved in it and put a lot of time and effort in. Picking sweet corn is a hot, dirty job on a July morning,” chuckles Dan, “And people have to stand out here and we have to bag it, sell it, clean up and it’s quite the project, but it’s all for the good.”
Air1 CLOSER LOOK: Pastor Burnout, Caring For Your Leader’s Soul Surveys in 2021 found a sharp rise in the number of church leaders who have seriously considered leaving full-time ministry, citing debilitating stress, anxiety or depression. Air1's Rafael Sierra talks with Savannah Kimberlin of Barna Group and Air1's Pastor Randy who says rest and other self-care should be a guilt-free part of your life as a spiritual leader. [Educational Media Foundation – All Rights Reserved]
Avoiding Hot Car Deaths: BE KIND FOR OLLIE Monika Kelly speaks to Jamie Dill, the co-founder of Be Kind for Ollie, a non-profit organization dedicated to remind people not to leave children or pets in the rear seat of a hot car. Unfortunately, the Dills lost their three-year-old child Ollie after his dad went on autopilot and forgot to drop him off at day care. The Dills don't want any other family to experience this devastating loss. They are advocating for rear seat alerts to become standard in new cars by 2025.
Iowa Mom Helps Kids With Special Needs Play Sports, Have Fun ‘Can Play’ gives kids with health and special needs issues a ‘chance to be a kid.’ Listen to Air1's Rafael Sierra's report.
Despite Multiple Sclerosis, She Has Climbed Every ’14er’ In Colorado, And Encourages Others By Richard Hunt
Beth Leleck is a hiker, a fighter, and an encourager. “I’ve had the opportunity over time to talk to others who have been newly diagnosed. That’s probably the most terrifying moment because there’s just so much uncertainty - you don’t really necessarily know what you’re facing.”
Lauren & Tony Dungy - Using Your Influence To Bless Others; One Example Is Foster Care, Adoption By Richard Hunt
“We have eight kids under-our-roof that are adopted – ages 21 to 6 – (she smiles), so it’s been a busy household, but we enjoy it. It’s a blessing, and we believe that we’re being obedient to God’s calling on our lives.”

Their life experiences with fostering and adoption, as well as marriage and serving God, are detailed in their new jointly-written book “Uncommon Influence: Saying Yes to a Purposeful Life.”
Bringing Vintage Cars Back To Life & Learning Life Lessons From Jesus By Richard Hunt
“Tommy’s Toolbox Ministries,” a non-profit, in Albuquerque: “We do a Bible study and we provide dinner. We go out into the shop and we have some mentors set up to teach the kids welding, pinstriping, we’ve worked on cars for car shows.”
Digital Discipleship: Church Volunteers ‘Boldly Go’ Into The Metaverse By Richard Hunt
Knowing some folks who showed interest in reaching people for Christ in the VR realm probably have little, if any, experience with this tech, an interest session was held with the light-hearted theme, “Virtual Reality Training Experience Kind of Thing,” explains Bracken. “17 different people showed up. And we had a blast!” There were some awkward moments, and that was anticipated.

“When we encounter people in VR, to remember that – there is a real person. There are real emotions. There are real spiritual and physical needs behind that avatar.”
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