Global Youth Ministry is Reaching the World’s Youth

Right now there are more than 2.1 billion young people in the world. These young people are currently growing up in a place that is hostile to their survival. They are plagued by hunger, disease, war, corruption, drug abuse, poor mental health, and broken homes. These young people represent a future generation desperate for hope.


But, these young people are also experiencing another sort of poverty: spiritual poverty.  While meeting their physical needs is monumentally important (and many more people are needed to help with that) meeting their spiritual needs is also of tremendous importance.


In Mark 10:13-16, Jesus reminds his followers of their responsibility to children and young people, “And they were bringing children to him that he might touch them, and the disciples rebuked them. But when Jesus saw it, he was indignant and said to them, “Let the children come to me; do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God. Truly, I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child shall not enter it.” And he took them in his arms and blessed them, laying his hands on them.”


Paul reaffirms in Romans 2:11 that, “God is no respecter of persons.” Christ followers must not pick and choose who should be helped.  The Christian responsibility to the poverty stricken young people in this world transcends country borders.  In the kingdom of God, there are no nationalities, only those who are saved and those who are not yet. 


In Wales, young people have access to food, shelter and healthcare.  They are, for all intents and purposes, as well off as young people living in the USA and other developed countries.  Except that, fewer than 3% of the population know Jesus personally.  And those who do struggle to live out their faith in a secular environment that can be toxic to the Christian faith. 


So what is to be done for these young people?  Should we just assume that the tiny minority of Welsh Christian ministers and leaders are up to the task of reaching the nearly 1 million young people living in Wales?  Truly, they are willing, but this harvest is desperate for more workers. 


This is where Global Youth Ministry comes in.  For the past 10 years, Kevin and Amanda Wilhite have been living and working in Wales and assisting ministers in reaching out to local young people.  By hosting events in communities and schools, and by partnering with local churches, more than 10,000 children and young people in Wales have heard the good news of Jesus.  


More than that, Global Youth Ministry has been actively partnering with local churches to engage in discipleship and leadership development.  Their concerted efforts to promote Vacation Bible School means that hundreds of children in churches across South Wales and southern England will recieve intentional nurture and discipleship every year. 


They have also helped foster a spiritual environment which has resulted in multiple young people answering the call to ministry and receiving ministerial training.  They have demonstrated that by sharing the gospel and focusing on mentoring and discipleship, the Spirit will produce fruit, even in the harshest environment. 


The Wilhites have answered the call to “go” into the world and preach the gospel but they cannot do this alone.  Their commitment to reach young people has a cost, and is one that they depend on their brothers and sisters in Christ to help fund. 


By raising awareness of the need, and demonstrating that efforts from people like the Wilhites are necessary and effective, Global Youth Ministry wants to know if you would be willing to help?Specifically, will you help the Wilhites reach young people in Wales? They need you.The young people of Wales need you.The only question that remains unanswered is, “What is God calling YOU to do?

It’s Game On!

We’re making a BIG deal about Jesus!

*Gaining Some Perspective

Our friends over at Scripture Union have recently released some statistical findings which reveal that over 95% of children and young people in the UK are NOT involved in Sunday School.  While some churches are engaging with children and young people in other ways, the statistic is really indicative that our churches are failing to reach this young generation. 

We are proud to say that since 2010, we have been helping churches engage with this generation and are seeing some incredible results.  By using VBS (in the UK it’s called Summershine or Holiday Bible Club) as a primer, our partner churches have been able to capitalize on the momentum generated through these outreaches and have built robust child and youth focused programs.  Hundreds of children in South Wales are now benefiting from the interaction they have with older Christians and are learning about and experiencing how Jesus changes lives. 

This year, 4 locations hosted hundreds of children and volunteers sharing together the message of Christ.  But don’t just take our word for it, hear it from our Summershine organizers:

“This was the best Summershine so far for Salem - for a number of reasons. Firstly, our church community has never been so involved. We had virtually every church member, plus several non-members who were interested, involved in preparation and delivery.”
~Rev. Dr. Rosa Hunt, Salem Welsh Baptist Chapel

“SummerShine is a big event in the community, looked forward to by many families.  Parents plan their holidays round it so that their children can attend.  During past 16 years 1147 children have heard the Gospel message, for the vast majority of these families it is their only contact with Jesus.  This year again was exceptional with 77 children attending and 30 volunteers making it happen; many families attended the midweek picnic and 40 parents attended the Family Celebration at the end of the week.  Some children who attended the first SummerShine in 2003 are parents themselves and are getting their children involved."
~Territorial Envoy Pam Chick, Llantwit Fardre Salvation Army

*How You Can Help

There are two ways you can help us share the message of Christ in Wales. First, make a donation to Global Youth Ministry Wales to help keep us going.  Just click the “Donate Now” button above to make your tax deductible donation.  Second, come and join us as we to bring this message of hope to those who’ve never heard.  Simply reply to this newsletter with your intent to visit the beautiful country of Wales and share in this wonderful experience.

And of course, pray.  This goes without saying but genuine, fervent prayer from God’s people is the most effective means of building His eternal kingdom. 

*In Case You Missed The Last Newsletter...

To comply with the “UK General Data Protection Regulation,” Global Youth Ministry Wales needs your consent to send you emails about our continued work with young people in Wales. This is a very important security regulation that we must comply with but really need your help.  In order to stay in contact about all that we are doing, please visit our website and update your contact information here:

https://www.wilhite.org/contact/

Thank you very much for the opportunity to stay connected with you about this life changing work.


*Support

If you believe in the work we are doing and want to make a financial contribution you can do so by clicking the "Donate Now" button above or you can send a check:

You can make a check payable to "Global Youth Ministry" and note 04-01 on the memo line to make sure we receive 100 % of the donation. Please mail the check to Global Youth Ministry, 40 Black Hawk Trl, Chatsworth, GA 30705.  (All donations are tax deductible)


As always, thank you for the prayers and continued support!

His faithful servants,


The Wilhites
Kevin, Amanda
Hannah, Addison & Elayna

See more pictures and videos about this ministry here:
https://www.wilhite.org/
https://vimeo.com/user23430122

Overwhelmed and Overwhelming

**Prayer Update**


Good morning friends,


I woke up this morning at 3:47 am feeling anxious and overwhelmed.  This is not a very common thing for me so I began to pray and give my worries over to God. 


I felt relieved but couldn’t get back to sleep so I’ve been sitting in the kitchen at my in-laws house for the past several hours reflecting alone.


God has been so good to us over the past 9 years as we’ve lived and worked in Wales but the burden of fund raising never seems to lessen. 


I know that there is a historic perception about missionaries as being people of “great faith” but even the most faithful people have doubts and worries that seem overwhelming.  I’m thankful, however, that God’s faithfulness is not contingent upon our ability to exercise our faith. 


God is good, and God commands His blessing- life forevermore- because it is in His nature not because we are worthy or have done anything to earn it.  Our response is only to receive it with a humble heart, giving thanks to our eternal Father.


Would you continue to be in prayer with us during our last week in the States as we spend time with family and seek to add financial supporters?  We have a $1,500 a month shortfall that needs to be addressed.


Thank you for your prayers and continued support.


Every blessing,


Kevin

**Prayer Request**

Good morning friends,


I wanted to share a prayer request with you that we would appreciate if you passed along to your congregations.


Over the past few weeks we (myself and the two interns- Kristen and Sierra) have been in the high schools sharing about the Christian faith. 


We are able to do this as, “Religious Education” forms part of the educational experience of young people. Besides Christianity, they are also learning about other faiths.  As a Christian minister however, this presents a great opportunity to share a compelling experience of our personal faith- free of charge.  This is of tremendous benefit to the school as it helps them accomplish their educational goals, and for the young people to hear an authentic account of the Christian faith.


This opportunity is contrasted against the reality of how many young people are detached from anything religious, which is rather stark.  It’s safe to say that only 1-2 out of a hundred young people in this particular school have a Christian faith.  Other areas of Wales reflect a similar situation. 


The other day, as we were entering into the classroom, I heard one of the boys whisper into his friends ear something about us. “They are the Christians,” he said, as if we were weird, strange or foreign. 


Many Americans fail to grasp such a level of detachment until they come here and experience it for themselves.  It never fails that, when we host mission teams, everyone on the team will express that they never thought it would be like this.  For the Christian young people who call Wales home, the environment can be spiritually oppressive.


*Would you please pray for us as we enter the schools with our message of hope in Jesus?

*Would you also pray the the Spirit of God will open the hearts of those who hear the message?

*Would you pray for the Christian young people that God would help them grow in Christ and stand for their faith?

*Would you please consider how you might support this ministry financially?


We are one hundred percent dependent on you, our financial supporters to keep us here.  As we pray, we trust that God will move on your hearts to be a participant in this most needed ministry. 


Thank you very much.


Every blessing,


The Wilhites

Resurrecting Christ

Sharing the good news of Jesus in Wales!



*What's new


Wales may have had its last great revival a little over a hundred years ago, but with 95 percent of the child population not involved in Sunday School leaves Wales looking more like a pre-Christian nation than a revival nation. Sharing the gospel today requires some creativity and intentionality; and also a lot of help.   We were thankful to welcome our friends from Oviedo FL. to help us share the message of Jesus to more than 400 children and young people in several schools across South Wales this Easter. We also held a midweek worship service to strength the unity of believers and had some quality time together seeing the beautiful countryside and it’s incredible castles.  

We’re also gearing up for Summershine and are excited about the opportunity for another bold witness in the community. 

*Emerging Leaders

Every now and then we get to witness a miracle.  This year, we have seen two.  In January, two of our young people made decisions for Christ and are currently involved in small group discipleship.  This is a miracle not just because to be born again is so transformative, but also because, for a young person to make that step of faith, is to immediately become the subject of abuse. It is often that they are the only Christian in their entire school year group!  Pray for these young souls to have the love of God root deep within their hearts.

It has also been our pleasure to see one of our young people answer the call to ministry and step into a leadership role. This is a massive thing for a young person to do since, to answer a calling like ministry doesn’t necessarily turn into a job, they are still willing to put God first.  Pray for those who are taking on leadership opportunities. 

*STFT app

The STFT app has crossed over the 500 downloads threshold and we have been rejoicing in its continued use in personal ministry.  Recently, we were asked to host a video series arranged by South Wales Baptist College called “God and the Big Bang” designed to help young people recognize that their faith in Christ and science are not in competition.  The voices of notable scientists sharing about their Christian faith was a refreshing addition to the often caustic conversations taking place today. 
Now that we have hit 500 downloads, would you pray with us that God would continue to expand this incredible resource to 1000?

Also, you can click here to download the app now!

http://wsu.ma/636160267325857952


*Family news

Amanda and I have recently celebrated 16 years of marriage. Half of that time now includes building our lives in another country- which is crazy to think about. Hannah and Addison have started playing rugby and they really love it.  Both of them seem to grasp the game and it’s exciting to watch.  They have recently had some important school exams as well so we’ve been working with them in preparation for that.  Elayna is still a bit young for competitive sports but she loves swimming and goes every Saturday for lessons.  She’s still feeling out how to move in the water.  Hannah is moving to high school in September and with that, Amanda is helping prepare for the primary school prom to celebrate her last year. So there is a lot going on.   



*Prayer requests
  
- Pray for the young people in Wales.  There has been a marked rise in mental health and depression related issues amongst young people.  This has led to an increase in teenage suicide and self harm abuse.  Since Jesus showed obvious concern for people’s felt physical and emotional needs, so must we.  

- Continue to pray for our new ministry tool STFT.  This iPhone and Android app will help youth and youth ministers access some incredible resources for discipleship, bible reading and prayer.

- Please be in prayer for our house groups and their continued impact.  We are seeing some tremendous growth in this particular area!

- We have set a goal to raise an additional $50,000 over the next year to address some transportation, multimedia and staffing needs for the future.  Please be in prayer with us about this.

- Please be in prayer for our local churches to be bold and confident as they exhibit the light and love of Christ to our communities. 

*Support

If you believe in the work we are doing and want to make a financial contribution you can do so by clicking the "Donate Now" button above or you can send a check:
You can make a check payable to "Global Youth Ministry" and note 04-01 on the memo line to make sure we receive 100 % of the donation. Please mail the check to Global Youth Ministry, 40 Black Hawk Trl, Chatsworth, GA 30705.  (All donations are tax deductible)


As always, thank you for the prayers and continued support!

His faithful servants,


The Wilhites
Kevin, Amanda
Hannah, Addison & Elayna

See more pictures and videos about this ministry here: 
https://www.facebook.com/GlobalMentorsWales.
https://vimeo.com/user23430122
 

Fall is the time for planting

 And boy do we have some work to do!



*What's new


In many parts of the UK, churches are growing.  South Wales on the other hand continues to struggle. But in the midst of this culture of decline, we continue to push into unreached areas with the message of Christ and the objective of discipleship. And it’s working!  Just recently, several of the young people we work with have been witnessing to their friends. They’ve been meeting together and talking about things outside of our youth events. This constant conversation of Christ is now bearing fruit as these young people have now led two of their friends to Christ. We are praising the Lord for this emergence of new life!  

*RADIO Friday

Earlier this year we took a gamble.  We haven’t been able to run a Friday night club because we lacked the staff but by partnering with Beddau Community Church, who had a facility, we a took a leap of faith and started one up again. It’s called RADIO Friday (an acronym- Reach And Disciple from the Inside Out) and by utilizing the elements from a normal church service, with a youthful spin, we’ve been able to establish an outreach to young people who have NEVER been in church (and who’s parents have mostly never been in church) or heard the gospel.  The numbers aren’t that impressive yet, but because we believe in a faithful presentation of the Gospel for all people, and the ongoing work of the Holy Spirit who draws people to God, we know it’s just a matter of time. As well, the young people who’ve been such bold witnesses to their friends point to this weekly event as a source of strength and encouragement.

*STFT app

The STFT app just might be the surprise mission tool of the year.  We knew that we needed a better way to stay connected with the young people we meet and interact with but we’ve been really surprised with just how effective an app can be.  It’s certainly not the answer to all that ails in youth ministry but for kids who seemed glued to the screens in their hands this has afforded us an opportunity to point them away from themselves and towards something higher.  There are two way in particular that this has been effective. First, through the app we are able to send out “push” notifications that often take the form of a quote or scripture verse.  These notifications appear on the screens of the people who have downloaded the app and act as a challenge to the thoughts of the world around them offering  some spiritual perspective.  Second, we’ve made tremendous use of the contact section of the app.  In our group meetings, we often ask the kids to take out the app and send us anonymous questions through the contact section.  This helps them to feel free to ask difficult or potentially embarrassing questions (kind of like a comments box) and get an immediate answer from a trusted source.  Many of the young people prefer this option to Google because of the personal aspect of knowing the answer came from someone they know and trust.  

We are on our way to 500 downloads, so, would you pray with us that God would continue to expand this incredible resource?

Also, you can click here to download the app now!

http://wsu.ma/636160267325857952


*Family news

Things have been pretty normal around the Wilhite house so far this autumn. We have a visit from a very dear friend coming up, which is really exciting!  We are also entering the season of financial triage where between a December and January birthday, we have Christmas and the bleeding of vast amounts of money.  It’s actually not that bad since the exchange rate has remained lower than it was a couple of years ago.  Plus, most of our family has the love language of gifts so it’s a great time to remind one another just how much love we are capable of giving.



*Prayer requests
  
- Pray for the young people in Wales.  There has been a marked rise in mental health and depression related issues amongst young people.  This has led to an increase in teenage suicide and self harm abuse.  Since Jesus showed obvious concern for people’s felt physical and emotional needs, so must we.  

- Continue to pray for our new ministry tool STFT.  This iPhone and Android app will help youth and youth ministers access some incredible resources for discipleship, bible reading and prayer.

- Please be in prayer for our house groups and their continued impact.  We are seeing some tremendous growth in this particular area!

- We have set a goal to raise an additional $50,000 over the next year to address some transportation, multimedia and staffing needs for the future.  Please be in prayer with us about this.

- Please be in prayer for our local churches to be bold and confident as they exhibit the light and love of Christ to our communities. 

*Support

If you believe in the work we are doing and want to make a financial contribution you can do so by clicking the "Donate Now" button above or you can send a check:
You can make a check payable to "Global Youth Ministry" and note 04-01 on the memo line to make sure we receive 100 % of the donation. Please mail the check to Global Youth Ministry, 40 Black Hawk Trl, Chatsworth, GA 30705.  (All donations are tax deductible)


As always, thank you for the prayers and continued support!

His faithful servants,


The Wilhites
Kevin, Amanda
Hannah, Addison & Elayna

See more pictures and videos about this ministry here: 
https://www.facebook.com/GlobalMentorsWales.
https://vimeo.com/user23430122
 

Getting Ready for Summer! 

And trying to keep up with all that the Lord is doing...


Whew!  What an amazing season of events we just finished!  Through our partnerships with local churches and schools in the community we were able to share the gospel of the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus with hundreds of children in many local communities!  How incredible is that! 

And not only did we build upon our existing relationships with people in these communities, but were also able to share it with some of our friends from America.  Kelsey McGarrigan and Kelsey Sawyer participated in this community outreach and they've offered to share some stories of what they experienced:  

  "In April, my friend Kelsey Sawyer and I were able to go for 10 days to Wales to participate in Easter Cracked and 24. This was my fourth trip to Wales and each time I go it gets harder and harder to leave because of the relationships that I have been built with the Welsh young people. One of the highlights from this trip was at one of the Easter Cracked programs that we did at a church where a young boy asked to see my Bible. He held the Bible like it was an object from outer space taking it carefully in his hands inspecting the outside and then turning the pages. He asked, “Whose writing is in here?” so I had the opportunity to share that God used many people to write the different books of the Bible and that the handwritten notes were my own to note special events when a Scripture meant a lot to me or a prayer for a certain situation or a lesson God taught me as I read through the Bible. It was a reminder to me that there are people in the world who not only don’t have their own Bible but that they have no idea of the life that can be found through God’s Word. I pray that each of you reading this will have the opportunity to go to Wales and participate in sharing about God and His Word or that you will give to the Wilhites who have the opportunity to be God’s witnesses every day. But even if you never have the chance to go or are unable to give I pray that you would be reminded of how special God’s love letter is to us and that you will pray for the Wilhites and the Welsh people that God’s Word will be cherished as words of life and not just a relic to be studied."  ~McG

Surge 2017

Since 2008, we have had a presence in the community doing a specific youth ministry week in the summer.  We have called this Youth Week and FuseWEEK in the past but we have come to a new place in our desire to reach young people.  Rather than focusing tremendous energy on a very program heavy, single event, this year we are focusing our energy on doing two, more scaled back events to target the young people we haven't been able to reach.  This newly titled SURGE event will be taking place in Beddau and Pontyclun and will move from being held in a gymnasium or community centre to being held in community green spaces and local church buildings.

Would you please be in prayer with us as we make this shift in our efforts to reach an unreached group of young people with the gospel? 

STFT app

We have nearly surpassed the 200 download mark with our app and are pushing to reach the target of 500 downloads by the summer.  Here are some testimonies on how it's being received by young people and those who are working with them:

  "I think the STFT app is really good for Christians and non-Christians because it teaches you something new every day. The photos that are used to explain things, for example: '7 Tips On Reading the Bible' are really helpful because sometimes long pieces of writing can get boring. The app is also helping me grow spiritually because each day I'm learning something new from the daily devotionals and some of the notifications coming through are both convicting and encouraging. I also think the app would be good for new Christians because the 'I'm Feeling Spiritual' section has lots of good tips and information." Kira Lendrum, Llantwit Fardre Salvation Army


  "I've used the STFT app pretty much every day since it opened.  It is great to have it linked with the daily Bible readings for the Bible in A Year program that us leaders are doing with our young people.  I appreciate the easy usage of the app itself and being able to go deeper into what we're reading daily.  I also enjoy receiving the daily Bible verse notifications.  Sometimes in the busy and stressful nature of life, a quick reminder is desperately needed to help Christians focus on the truth we must be living.  The STFT app gives us that and I can'twait to see how this grows in the future." ~Chris Bullock, Youth Pastor, Bethel Baptist Church

Would you pray with us that God would continue to expand this incredible resource?

Also, you can click here to download the app now!

http://wsu.ma/636160267325857952

Family news

On the 11th of May, Amanda and I celebrated our 15th wedding anniversary and it's hard to believe that we have lived in Wales for almost half of our married life! 

Over the past several months, Hannah has been preparing for and taking some big tests in school.  Because education is so important here, many kids stress over these tests but she worked really hard and seems to have done well, but we're still waiting for the final results. She continues to form great relationships with the other kids in school and is often a bold witness for Jesus, even when being an American (and its political turmoil) seems to bring unnecessary attention.  

Addison continues to do well in school and is in the top reading group for her grade.  She really loves to read and being read to, especially her nightly devotional.  She is very switched on to spiritual matters currently and has been asking a lot of questions.  Please be in prayer with us over her as we navigate the questions and treasure these precious moments. 

Elayna has become the class clown of the family and keeps us all in stitches as she typifies the very British moniker "cheeky."    She is also doing well in school as she continues to develop her hand writing skills and has a very good little group of friends.  She loves going to KidsLife at church and just being a part of different things.  Each of our girls are wonderfully unique and we are blessed to have them in our lives!

Prayer requests
  
- Pray with us during this Summer season for the young people we engage with in the community as we proclaim publicly the beautiful news of the Gospel. 

- Continue to pray for our new ministry tool STFT.  This iPhone and Android app will help youth and youth ministers access some incredible resources for discipleship, bible reading and prayer.

- Please be in prayer for our house groups and their continued impact.  We are seeing some tremendous growth in this particular area!

- We have set a goal to raise an additional $50,000 over the next year to address some transportation, multimedia and staffing needs for the future.  Please be in prayer with us about this.

- Please be in prayer for our local churches to be bold and confident as they exhibit the light and love of Christ to our communities. 

Support

If you believe in the work we are doing and want to make a financial contribution you can do so by clicking the "Donate Now" button above or you can send a check:
You can make a check payable to "Global Youth Ministry" and note 04-01 on the memo line to make sure we receive 100 % of the donation. Please mail the check to Global Youth Ministry, 40 Black Hawk Trl, Chatsworth, GA 30705.  (All donations are tax deductible)

As always, thank you for the prayers and continued support!

His faithful servants,


The Wilhites
Kevin, Amanda
Hannah, Addison & Elayna

Some 'appy news! 

 

A new ministry tool has been born.

*What's new


We are so excited to tell you about a recently launched multimedia initiative aimed at high school and college aged young people across South Wales.  For several months now, a group of local youth pastors have been developing an iPhone and Android app called STFT (pronounced stuffed) which stands for Spiritual Tools For Teens. 

It's been a long dream of ours to have a more integrated presence in the lives of the young people we work with.  While the secular world has infiltrated nearly every aspect of their lives- from TV to phones, radio, etc. spiritual truth has taken a back seat.  By reconnecting them to spiritual truth about Jesus and the Bible, we are praying that God will use this new tool to help us reach more young people and to help them discover more of who God is and his desire to know them. 

We have more than 100 downloads already and are praying for 500 more by summer.  Would you pray with us that God would continue to expand this incredible resource?

Click here to download the app now!

http://wsu.ma/636160267325857952


*Family news

It's been a year of visitors and we have enjoyed all the time our family has spent with us here in Wales.  It was especially nice to share a Welsh Christmas together!

The girls continue to excel in school.  Hannah and Addison are doing particularly well in their math and reading and Hannah has been participating in football (soccer) and tag rugby activities after school.  Addie has become quite the cook and loves to help mom in the kitchen.  Elayna loves going to nursery and has made lots of new friends, although she tends to be a bit mischievous, ha ha.  Dad always prayed that we would one day have kids like we were.  Maybe the prayer has been answered...  

Though the difficulties of ministering overseas and being way from our families remain, we feel blessed in all that God is doing in us as a family.  Please continue to pray that we be the example we need to be for our children and our community.


*Prayer requests
  
- Pray with us during this Easter season for the young people we meet in schools as we proclaim publicly the incredible story of the death, burial, and resurrection of our Savior.

- Please pray for our new ministry tool STFT.  This iPhone and Android app will help youth and youth ministers access some incredible resources for discipleship, bible reading and prayer.

- Continue to pray for our house groups and their continued impact.  We are seeing some tremendous growth in this particular area!

- We have set a goal to raise an additional $50,000 over the next year to address some transportation, multimedia and staffing needs for the future.  Please be in prayer with us about this.

- Please be in prayer for our local churches to be bold and confident as they exhibit the light and love of Christ to our communities. 
 

*Support

If you believe in the work we are doing and want to make a financial contribution you can do so by clicking the "Donate Now" button above or you can send a check:
You can make a check payable to "Global Youth Ministry" and note 04-01 on the memo line to make sure we receive 100 % of the donation. Please mail the check to Global Youth Ministry, 40 Black Hawk Trl, Chatsworth, GA 30705.  (All donations are tax deductible)


As always, thank you for the prayers and continued support!

His faithful servants,


The Wilhites
Kevin, Amanda
Hannah, Addison & Elayna